inSCALE is a collaborative project, led by Malaria Consortium, harnessing knowledge and expertise from researchers and implementers in Mozambique, Uganda, the United Kingdom, Australia and Sweden. The project comprises a technical committee, an advisory group, a data and safety monitoring board (DSMB) and an implementing team. The project is approved by the Institutional/National Research and Ethics Committee and is working in collaboration with the ministries of health in Mozambique and Uganda. The project is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation over five years, with additional supplementary funding from UK Aid.
Malaria Consortium: Dr. Sylvia Meek, Programme Director; Dr. James K. Tibenderana, Principal Investigator; Dr. Karin Källander, Programme Coordinator
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: Dr. Betty Kirkwood, Professor of Epidemiology & International Health; Dr. Seyi Soremekun, Epidemiologist; Dr. Raghu Lingam, Epidemiologist, Senior Clinical Lecturer; Dr. Anna Vassall, Lecturer in Economics; Ms. Frida Kasteng, Research Fellow Health Economics.
University College of London, Institute for Global Health: Dr. Zelee Hill, Lecturer in International Child Health; Daniel Strachan, Senior Research Associate
Implementing Team Mozambique (Malaria Consortium): Ms. Ana Cristina Castel-Branco, Project Coordinator; Mr. Faruk Aboobakar, Research Officer for Social Sciences; Mr. Julião Condoane, Research Officer for Health Economics; Mr Fenias Benhane, Field Supervisor
Implementing Team Uganda (Malaria Consortium): Mr. Edmound Kertho, Project Coordinator; Ms. Maureen Nakirunda, Research Officer for Social Sciences; Dr. Agnes Nanyonjo, Research Officer for Public Health; Mr Benson Bagorogoza, Research Officer for Health Economics; Mr Patrick Lumumba, Data Management Officer; Mr Godfrey Ayebale, Field Supervisor
Collaborators: Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden and Dimagi Inc., Maputo, Mozambique