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Highlights of the year 2015-16

Highlights of the year 2015-16

2015-16 was the first operating year of Malaria Consortium’s new five year strategy 2015-2019. We continued to deliver on our mission to improve lives in Africa and Asia through sustainable, evidence-based programmes that combat targeted diseases and promote child and maternal health.

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A selection of our achievements are below:

Policy and strategy for elimination of targeted diseases

1. Guide national and international policies and strategies to accelerate and enhance control over the elimination of targeted diseases and malnutrition.

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10 million preventive treatments

2. Reach at least 10 million people with preventive treatment, supporting the appropriate uptake of emerging vaccines and drug-based prevention approaches.

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Effective vector control

3. Engage in at-scale delivery of effective vector control interventions and develop, instigate, promote and implement novel vector-focused approaches that reduce disease transmission.

  • We were engaged in the delivery of 5.5 million long lasting insecticidal nets in three states in Nigeria, reaching a population of 11 million people, and a further 0.65 million nets delivered through channels such as schools and clinics
  • In northern Mozambique, we delivered 1.4 million nets in Niassa and Nampula provinces to a target population of 2.6 million people
  • We implemented an integrated vector control management programme for dengue control in Cambodia
  • We studied the effectiveness and social acceptability of insecticide treated clothing in Southeast Asia

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Diagnosis and treatment

4. Improve access to, and the quality of services for, the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, and/or those that enhance child and maternal health.

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Health system effectiveness and efficiency

5. Improve health system effectiveness and efficiency, through enhanced surveillance, outbreak response, referral, reporting, and capacity and market development.
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Download the Highlights from the Trustees report and financial statements 2015-16 here.
Download the Trustees’ Report and Financial Statements For the Year to 31 March 2016 here.

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