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Malaria Consortium announces new UK aid-funded programme to combat malaria in Nigeria
11 February 2019
2018 Dr Sylvia Meek Scholarship for Entomology recipient wins award for best poster at the Southern African Malaria Research Conference
3 December 2018
Malaria Consortium programme chosen as ‘top charity’ by GiveWell for third year running
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Learning Brief: Preventing malaria among internally displaced people: Adapting and responding to save lives
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Capacity statement on digital health: this document outlines our expertise in the use of digital health strategies and highlights examples from our projects and research
The ARIDA project aims to introduce automated RR counting aids for use by frontline health care workers. Read Community Health Worker Aslefech Demeke's story
upSCALE aims to refine and expand a mobile health system for the national CHW programme in Mozambique in order to improve the quality and coverage of community based health services
SuNMaP 2 is a UK aid-funded project aimed at supporting government efforts to further reduce Nigerias malaria burden
USAID's Malaria Action Plan for Districts - Uganda
Malaria remains persistently high in most areas of Uganda. USAIDs MAPD aims to reduce childhood and maternal morbidity and mortality due to malaria
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