• Pioneer is a Malaria Consortium Uganda project funded by Comic Relief UK. The project works in mid-western Uganda where malaria accounts for almost a quarter of mortality in children under five.
    West Nile Children


  • Pioneer is training low level health facility workers in Uganda to diagnose malaria through the use of Rapid Diagnostic Tests.
    Mozambique APEs selection committee/DHO

  • Pioneer is supporting the training of Village Health Teams in the use of rectal artesunate and the procurement of drugs in order to treat young children with severe and urgent cases of malaria at the first point of contact
    RDT West Nile


  • Pioneer engages with local and international civil society and parliamentarians to shape policy and practice at national and international level.
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Red Nose Day 2015 marks the culmination of Operation Health project (Politics Home)Published: 13-03-2015

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Ugandan Pioneer Project unveils achievements and charts the way forwardPublished: 26-02-2015

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: 25-02-2015

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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Malaria Consortium launches 10th anniversary report Published: 24-02-2014

Celebrating a decade in communicable disease control and child health

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Malaria Consortium at MIM 2013Published: 01-10-2013

As a leading non-profit organisation specialising in the prevention, control and treatment of malaria and other communicable diseases, Malaria Consortium will have a strong presence at the 6th MIM Pan-African Malaria Conference this October and will be hosting its own symposium.

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