SNIP-AFRICA holds kick-off meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 30-31 January 2024

On 30-31 January 2024, partners in the SNIP-AFRICA project came together in Johannesburg, South Africa, for their first in-person meeting which formally kicks off project activities. Representatives from all 12 partner institutions, alongside delegates from the Global Health EDCTP3 programme, Gates Foundation, World Health Organization (WHO), Shionogi, ADVANCE-ID, and Wits University, came together to lay […]

Understanding SNIP-AFRICA: The purpose and power of the severe neonatal infection platform

In an era marked by increasing antimicrobial resistance, which threatens the effectiveness of commonly used antibiotic treatments for childhood infections and sepsis, projects like SNIP-AFRICA stand out as examples of innovation in interventional research. They represent the pursuit of multiple strategies in an integrated way to address the challenges arising from antibiotics failing to eliminate […]