The Applied Malaria Modeling Network (AMMnet) is a community of malaria modelers, data analysts, and partners who develop, apply and use quantitative tools to inform decision-making and operations in malaria-endemic countries. AMMnet fosters an open and respectful collaborative forum for learning and knowledge-sharing with the goal of improving the quality of analytical support offered to malaria programs and advancing general malaria research.
Growing and maintaining a global modeling community working to improve decision-making and reduce malaria burden.
We create a respectful, collaborative, and non-competitive community.
We teach and learn from each other as equals.
We strive to deeply understand country data, context, and needs.
We promote the advancement of modelers in malaria-endemic countries.
We encourage trusted, high-quality, and relevant analysis for our country stakeholders.
Code of Conduct
Be kind to, and mindful of, others. Do not insult or put down other AMMnet members. Behave respectfully. Remember that harassment and bigoted (sexist, racist, homophobic, etc.) or exclusionary jokes are not appropriate for AMMnet. We do not tolerate harassment of AMMnet members in any form. Thank you for helping to make this a welcoming, friendly community for all. Adapted from RosettaCon CoC
We are supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.