Parliamentary report acknowledges success of Malaria Consortium’s SuNMaP Nigeria programmePublished: Jul 28, 2016
Malaria Consortium welcomes the findings of a new report by the UK Parliament’s International Development Committee (IDC) into the effectiveness of the UK Department for International Development’s (DFID) programmes in Nigeria and supports the report’s recommendations.

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Photo story: bringing healthcare to under-fives in rural MozambiquePublished: Jul 7, 2016
Mozambique still faces major challenges in reducing maternal and child morbidity and mortality, despite making significant progress over the past decade. Because so many children live beyond the periphery of the health system, primarily in rural settings, there is a need to bring services closer to communities.  

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Video series on Malaria Consortium-led project in the SahelPublished: Jul 4, 2016
Malaria Consortium is the lead partner of the Achieving catalytic expansion of seasonal malaria chemoprevention in the Sahel (ACCESS-SMC) project, which supports National Malaria Control Programmes in the Sahel region of Africa to scale up access to seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) to save children’s lives.

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Innovations for dengue control in CambodiaPublished: Jul 1, 2016
In March 2016 Malaria Consortium Advocacy Manager Alex Hulme visited Cambodia to collect a case study of our "integrated vector management for dengue control in Cambodia" project. Whilst there, he spoke with community health volunteers, members of the community affected by dengue and representatives from the National Dengue Control Programme. He also took some photos of the project in action: here is the resulting photo story that explains the project further.

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Symposium on innovative malaria prevention method held in LondonPublished: Jul 1, 2016
On 9th June, Malaria Consortium ran a symposium in London entitled Transforming the malaria landscape in the Sahel: Seasonal malaria chemoprevention.

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