What we do
What we do
Malaria Consortium works in partnership with communities, health systems, government and non-government agencies, academic institutions and local and international organisations to ensure good evidence supports delivery of effective services. Together, we work to secure access for groups most at risk, to prevention, care and treatment of malaria and other communicable diseases.
Increasing coverage of effective malaria prevention tools by distributing long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs) to those who need them and training people to use them properly.
Improving access to diagnosis and effective treatment, particularly among rural populations.
Malaria control in Emergencies and Conflict/Post-conflict Situations
Responding to humanitarian emergencies and increasing delivery of services to hard-to-reach populations and vulnerable groups in these challenging settings.
Conducting research, testing new approaches and assessing new technologies to strengthen the delivery of effective interventions based on evidence and experience from our country programmes.
Strengthening local capacity through health systems strengthening to make our programmes more sustainable.
Mobilising parliamentarians, media and civil society in both developed and developing countries in the fight against malaria and other communicable diseases.
We also work on:
Working to secure access to prevention, care and treatment for children most at risk of the most common childhood illnesses.
Neglected Tropical Diseases
Applying our technical expertise and practical experience to the control of Neglected Tropical Diseases.