Malaria Consortium promotes knowledge sharing in its efforts to eliminate malariaPublished: Nov 25, 2014
Malaria Consortium is pleased to announce that we have shared our research portfolio on the newly launched MESA Track database.

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UK government commits to new health systems strengthening frameworkPublished: Nov 24, 2014
The British government has reaffirmed its commitment to supporting the development of strong, sustainable and equitable health systems in developing countries. This comes in response to the International Development Committee’s (IDC’s) inquiry into the effectiveness of the UK Department for International Development’s (DFID) aid for health system strengthening.

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Diagnosing pneumonia – determining the best tools for use in community settingsPublished: Nov 19, 2014
In early November, Malaria Consortium held a highly successful symposium on access to better diagnostic tools for pneumonia. Held at the annual American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) meeting in New Orleans, the symposium was the first of its kind, bringing together a full room of experts to discuss developments in diagnostic tools suitable for community level use, which is a key part of the ongoing global pneumonia response.

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Seasonal malaria chemoprevention project officially kicks offPublished: Nov 17, 2014
ACCESS-SMC, a UNITAID-funded project, led by Malaria Consortium in partnership with Catholic Relief Services, was officially launched at a meeting in Uganda last month. It is supporting National Malaria Control Programmes across the Sahel to scale up access to seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) saving thousands of young children’s lives.

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Malaria Consortium says every breath counts in its fight against pneumoniaPublished: Nov 12, 2014
London, 12 November 2014 - On this sixth annual World Pneumonia Day, Malaria Consortium and its partners are organising different events throughout the world to raise awareness on pneumonia, the biggest killer of children under the age of five among all infectious diseases.

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