Zanzibar Archipelago – Tanzania
Pemba Island is in one of the areas of the world most affected by parasitic and infectious diseases, which are the “neglected diseases” that the Foundation deals with.


  • PADOR Membership – 03/21/2023
    The Foundation on March 21, 2023 successfully registered with PADOR (Potential Applicant Data Online Registration), the online data registration system for Potential Applicants to European Union Calls, meaning all those organizations participating in European calls, proposing projects or giving their willingness to participate as partners. PADOR is a EU database that ...
  • Second annual meeting of Italian NGOs working in Tanzania – 18 March 2023
    On 18 March, the second annual meeting of the 80 Italian NGOs working in Tanzania was held at the Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania in Rome. During the meeting, a common desire emerged to optimise and facilitate the work between these organisations, as well as to identify a single ...
  • 14th Edition – General and Human Parasitology, De Carneri
    Available in all online bookshops, the 14th edition of Professor De Carneri’s General and Human Parasitology is a continuation of the project the Professor started over sixty years ago and continues, with the new editions, to be a reference point for parasitology in Italy and beyond. This volume is edited by ...
  • First projects of the 2023-2028 agenda
    The Ivo de Carneri Foundation has included in its 2023-2028 agenda five ambitious projects that cover all its areas of intervention on Pemba Island: improving public health through the Dermatology and Oral Health project; safeguarding the territory through the Waste Management project; and the Ngesi Forest Preservation project. In addition, ...


The support of scientific research, as an essential component of healthcare development, is an integral part of the mission of the Ivo de Carneri Foundation.

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