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This study aims to generate evidence supporting the recognition of community engagement (CE) as a critical tool to address antimicrobial resistance in (inter)national policies. Together with project partners, we're implementing and evaluating an innovative CE intervention in Bangladesh and Nepal.
NTDs continue to affect more than one billion people worldwide. Our project in Ethiopia seeks to integrate prevention, diagnosis, management and reporting interventions of three common NTDs into the country's primary healthcare system.
Through the RAI3E project, we are contributing to Cambodia's goal of eliminating Plasmodium falciparum by 2023 by supporting the continued delivery of effective malaria prevention and control services, especially to hard-to-reach communities.
Malaria Consortium's USAID MAPD project explored the gender- and youth-related norms that might be hindering effective malaria control in Uganda. This learning brief shares learning with malaria programs in Uganda and sub-Saharan Africa on integrating measures that address these barriers.