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A new agreement was recently signed by the Prince’s Government and the Institut Pasteur. Its aim is to support the training of African health professionals by awarding study grants and helping to complete a thesis on meningitis epidemics in Niger. Global health is a priority area of intervention for the Prince’s Government’s development cooperation work.


An initial agreement with the Institut Pasteur has already resulted in support for the training of five young African doctors, allowing them to complete a Master’s degree in France, specialising in Public Health and Infection Risks. A shorter version of this training programme was also made available to a wider audience in the southern hemisphere through distance learning.

The current project will enable nine young African professionals to undertake this Master’s degree and help one epidemiologist from Niger to complete his thesis on monitoring meningitis epidemics in Niger. This new partnership, which will last for three years, is part of the framework partnership agreement signed in 2010 between the Monaco Government, the Institut Pasteur and the Prince Albert II Foundation.