Tag Archives: President’s Malaria Initiative

Malaria Economic Research Literature Scan Tool & Guide

Many countries have made impressive gains in decreasing malaria mortality and incidence. Mortality has decreased by 60 percent, with 6.2 million lives saved since 2000. To achieve a malaria-free world, funding for cost-effective interventions and efficient malaria control programs must be sustained to preserve gains, reduce, and ultimately eliminate transmission. The WHO Global Technical Strategy […]

Association Between Malaria Control and Paediatric Blood Transfusions in Rural Zambia: an Interrupted Time-Series Analysis

This study published in the Malaria Journal investigates the association between malaria control scale-up and the use of pediatric blood transfusions, which can reduce mortality among children with severe malarial anemia. The study aims to better understand the effect of malaria control scale-up on availability of hospital-level resources, specifically blood, which can be used by […]

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