21 - 25 February 2020 SHRES Congress: Sudan ART centres engage with ANARA On the occasion of the12th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Sudan Human Reproduction
FAM2020 French Au nom de SASREG, ANARA et AFS, je suis ravi de partager avec vous la brochure de la conférence sur la Fertility Africa Meeting.
FAM2020 English This landmark congress will bring together delegates from all corners of the African continent and will meet the interests of medical specialists, embryologists,
ANARA was proudly represented at the 7th International Congress of Groupe Interafricain d’Etude, de Recherche et d’Application sur la Fertilité (GIERAF) in Douala, Cameroon by Drs
16 and 17 September 2019 – Ghana ART centres engage with ANARA. 18 to 20 September 2019 – FERSOG Conference, Accra, Ghana.
ANARA team members Dr Paversan Archary and Liezel Potgieter visited 10 ART centres in Accra, Tema and Kumasi. Acquaintances were made, friendships forged and ANARA’s mission
Africa is again represented in the 2015 ICMART World Report presented by Dr David Adamson, chair of ICMART, at the annual conference of ESHRE. In a
The ANARA Inaugural Report is published in Reproductive BioMedicine Online. The paper is accompanied by an Editorial from the Chief Editor, Bart Fauser, highlighting
Geneva, Switzerland. The World Health Organization holds a Global Summit Meeting on Safety and Access to Fertility Care. In this two-day Summit, representatives from
ANARA supports the IFFS (International Federation of Fertility Societies) Surveillance and encourages co-operation as a way of strengthening Africa’s voice and creating visibility
The Egypt IVF Registry and ANARA hold a combined data workshop including participants from Libya and Sudan. GIERAF (Groupe Interafricain d’Etude, de Recherche et
The expansion is brought about by the Egypt IVF Registry decision, representing national ART centres, to report to ANARA.
A pre-conference ANARA workshop is conducted with strong representation by national ART centres. The Fertility Society of Ghana holds its first and very
First Registry data, pertaining to 2013 submitted by 40 centres in 13 countries, are presented at the annual African Fertility and Reproductive Health Conference.
A two-day workshop is held to create closer network collaboration and capacity in data collection. Hands-on training in the use of the ANARA software
For the first time, data from Africa are included in the ICMART world report spanning 2008-2009-2010 (Dyer et al, Hum Reprod 2016;31(7):1588-609). With