Ugandan Pioneer Project unveils achievements and charts the way forwardPublished: Feb 26, 2015
25 February – With 100 percent of its population at risk of malaria and 15,632 deaths from malaria occurring last year, Uganda faces many challenges. Chief among these are high malaria transmission, key health system challenges and limited knowledge of disease prevention practices.

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Pioneer Project - in picturesPublished: Feb 25, 2015
Malaria Consortium’s Pioneer project was a five-year initiative in Uganda that reduced the malaria burden in the country using a variety of effective methods.  Take a look at the gallery below to learn more about the approaches to malaria control and hear from some of the people whose lives were affected by the project.

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Report calls for sustained effort to defeat NTDsPublished: Feb 24, 2015
Amid signs of progress in the fight against NTDs, the UK Coalition against NTDs calls for the momentum to be sustained and investment increased

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Improving access to community health in Uganda - audioPublished: Feb 19, 2015
Ugandan community health worker, Esther, is trained to assess and treat children for pneumonia, diarrhoea and malaria, the three main killers of children under five in her village Kakiri, Uganda.

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Malaria: the last mile - a special report on drug resistant malariaPublished: Jan 30, 2015
The spread of drug resistant malaria threatens to undermine the excellent progress made in recent years to tackle this disease. This is an issue of international importance as if drug resistant malaria spreads to Africa the impact could be devastating.

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