Research & policy change
Malaria Consortium believes that policy and practice should be influenced by evidence. Our practical expertise in all aspects of malaria control and elimination, integrated community case management and community engagement approaches has been developed over two decades. This means we can provide strong evidence for interventions we know work and allows us to confidently advocate for evidence uptake into national and global policies.
Our quality implementation and operational research provides evidence for programme staff, ministries of health and partner organisations to make informed decisions to improve programme performance and quality of implementation.
Key to our research are our relationships with international, national and local stakeholders, including academic partners, national malaria control programmes and the local communities themselves. We know that our research expertise can be most effective when working alongside academic institutions and directed by the priorities of these national programmes.