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Malaria Consortium's response to COVID-19

Malaria Consortium and COVID-19

Along with governments and global health organisations the world over, Malaria Consortium is committed to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, while safely delivering as many as possible of the essential interventions against the other infectious diseases impacting the communities we serve.

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News and statements


General statement

Malaria Consortium and COVID-19

Malaria Consortium fully supports the World Health Organization’s declaration that interventions to prevent and control common communicable diseases should be defined as core services that must not be interrupted.

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Seasonal malaria chemoprevention and COVID-19

Seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) is an essential health service that saves lives. This remains the case despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Integrated community case management (iCCM) and COVID-19

Protecting the world's most vulnerable people is crucial during the COVID-19 pandemic. The delivery of life saving health services must not be interrupted however, especially at community level, if we are to avoid an increase in deaths from other diseases, such as malaria.

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Digital health

Digital health responses and COVID-19

Malaria Consortium is rapidly adapting its existing digital platform, upSCALE, to better support health workers’ ability to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic in Mozambique. 

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Latest resources


Supporting healthcare workers in Uganda to respond to COVID-19 and beyond Blog: Celebrating success – LLIN distribution in South Sudan during COVID-19 Adapting the upSCALE digital platform to support community health workers in Mozambique respond to COVID-19 Job aid for safe SMC administration during COVID-19 pandemic Aide mémoire pour l'administration de la CPS pendant la pandémie de COVID-19 News: SURMa project distributes more than 1,000 bicycles to health workers in Uganda during COVID-19 pandemic Adapting seasonal malaria chemoprevention in the context of COVID-19: operational guidance Adapter la chimioprévention du paludisme saisonnier dans un contexte de transmission du COVID-19: guide de mise en œuvre Blog: Innovating and adapting during COVID-19

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