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Malaria Consortium in Mozambique

Malaria Consortium Mozambique is committed to reducing the burden of malaria and other communicable diseases – particularly those that affect young children such as pneumonia and diarrhoea. We work closely with a range of partners including the Ministry of Health at national and local levels to relieve the burden on existing health services, as well as with communities and civil society. Our areas of focus include:
  • Malaria control and prevention
  • Community-based management and prevention of childhood illnesses
  • Policy and strategy development
  • Research and innovations
  • Health systems strengthening
  • Advocacy, social and behaviour change communications
Read more about our work in Mozambique here.


Facts and figures

In Mozambique more children die of malaria than of any other disease; it accounts for over 57 percent of all pediatric admissions, 44 percent of all outpatient consultations and is responsible for 23 percent of all deaths registered in hospitals. Child mortality rates are high in Mozambique: an estimated 103 children out of every 1,000 died in 2011.

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