About AFLAR

About AFLAR:

The African League of Associations in Rheumatology (AFLAR) is an international organisation established in 1989, and the first congress was held in 1991. Since then, many nations joined the League, whech currently accounts 20 African nations. The aim of AFLAR is to promote rheumatology in Africa, by supporting interaction between African rheumatologists, in order to improve practice and education of rheumatology in African countries.

An official meeting is organized by the AFLAR every 3-4 years. The current challenge is to get the Congress organized biennaly and to create an African Journal of Rheumatology. AFLAR is affiliated to ILAR (International League of Associations for Rheumatology).

 

AFLAR constitution:

Download the AFLAR Constitution and bye-Laws (PDF, 147 kb)

Executive Committee:

PRESIDENT Prof Femi ADELOWO

Lagos StateUniversity College of Medicine, Ikeja, NIGERIA

E-mail:   femiadelowo@hotmail.com

PRESIDENT – ELECT Dr Marie DOUALLA

Hôpital Général, CAMEROUN

Tel: +237 33 37 40 89

E-mail:  pdoualla@yahoo.fr

PAST PRESIDENTS Prof Aicha LADJOUZE-REZIG (Algeria)  2013 – 2015

Prof Omondi OYOO (Kenya)  2011 – 2013

Prof Najia HAJJAJ-HASSOUNI (Morocco)  2007 – 2011

Prof Ahmed KHALED (Egypt)  2003 – 2007

Prof Girish MODY (S. Africa)  1999 – 2003

Prof Slaheddine SELLAMI (Tunisia)  1995 – 1999

Prof Tahsin HADIDI  (Egypt)  1989 – 1995

SECRETARY GENERAL Dr Samy SLIMANI

University Hospital of Batna, ALGERIA

Phone:  +213 33 89 23 22

Mobile: +213 7 72 24 71 72

E-mail: slimani@dr.com

TREASURER Pr Segun Akintayo OGUNTONA

Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital, Sagamu,

NIGERIA

E-mail: oguntonasa@yahoo.com

 

International Committee of AFLAR:

Algeria
Aicha Ladjouze-Rezig
Samy Slimani
Burkina Faso
Dieu-Donné Ouedraogo
Cameroun
Madeleine Ngandeu-Singwe
Marie Doualla
Congo-Brazaville
Ntsiba Honore
Cote D’Ivoire
Roger Bilicat
D R Congo
Muamba
Egypt
Hisham Hassen
Ethiopia
Zenebe Melaku
Kenya
Omondi Oyoo
Lybia
Khaled El Mountasser
Madagascar
Stéphane Ralandison
Mali
Idrissa Ahmadou Cisse
Mauritania Sidi el wafi Ould Baba
Morocco
Najia Hajjaj-Hassouni
Noufissa Lazrak
Nigeria
Femi Adelowo
A.O Adebajo
Senegal
Saidou Diallo
Souhaibou Ndongo
Mouhamadou Habib Sy
South Africa
Girish Modiy
Mohammed Tikly
Tunisia
Leith Zakraoui
Slaheddine Sellami
Rafik Zouari
Togo
Moustafa Mijiyawa