SMC was delivered for the first time in Mozambique in 2020–2021, achieving very high coverage of households and eligible children.
We made technological adaptations to Mozambique's existing upSCALE digital platform to support health workers' ability to respond to the pandemic.
We support Nigeria’s National Malaria Elimination Programme to deliver interventions that are designed to develop capacity around reporting and case management.
Malaria Consortium, in partnership with UNICEF, is supporting the Ministry of Health to implement a project funded by UK aid (from the UK government) in 25 districts in mid-northern Uganda, to support efforts to reduce malaria-related morbidity and mortality. The…
This implementation project is funded by a Malaria Consortium-US grant thanks to philanthropic donations. The primary project objective is to accelerate control of Podoconiosis through universal access to appropriate preventive…Learn more
We undertook a study to assess the effectiveness of the community dialogues approach in enhancing community participation and improving knowledge and practices for the prevention and control of neglected tropical…Learn more
COMDIS-HSD is a Research Programme Consortium (RPC) funded by the UK government. The purpose of the consortium is to improve delivery of basic health services, particularly for communicable diseases. It…Learn more
Since 2011, we have been engaged in a Programme Partnership Arrangement (PPA) with the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID) for £2.67 million per year until March 2016. This…Learn more
Community based identification of patients and home management poses one of the greatest challenges to efforts to support those suffering from lymphatic filariasis. Currently, there is no system in place…Learn more
Without a cure or a licensed vaccine, dengue poses a growing health threat in Cambodia and the Asia region. Prevention, which remains the best method of reducing the number of…Learn more
The 17 neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) prioritised by the World Health Organization comprise diseases caused by a variety of parasitic pathogens. These diseases most acutely affect the poorest communities in…Learn more
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