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Given the current reliance on international donor support as described by the MalaFA report, within the context of malaria research, is funding going to the countries that need it the most?
To what extent are operational or implementation research projects receiving funding support, as compared to other types of research (such as basic research)?
Mosquito bites itch, and they almost always seem to come at the worst possible time. Given it’s a problem pretty much everyone around the world encounters, lots of people are trying to find creative ways to get rid of them. Below are 10 interesting methods used to combat mosquitoes and their bites.
While the global health community has made great strides toward eradicating malaria through prevention and treatment strategies, rapid and inexpensive methods to diagnose submicroscopic malaria in individuals who have no clinical symptoms and undetectable levels of disease-causing parasites in their blood remain an unmet need. New research could pave the way for a rapid screening test capable of diagnosing submicroscopic infections
The World Health Organization is joining a worldwide call to stop a resurgence of malaria that threatens much of the progress made over the past decade. To mark World Malaria Day, WHO is pushing for urgent action – and money – to get the global fight against this ancient scourge back on track.
A four-year old girl has died of a severe form of malaria contracted in Italy, where the disease is supposed to have been eradicated years ago nearly half a century ago. Italy’s health ministry on Tuesday said it was sending experts to investigate the death Sofia Zago, who died in hospital in the northern city of Brescia overnight between Sunday and Monday.
Despite substantial financial contributions by the United States President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) since 2006, no studies have carefully assessed how this program may have affected important population-level health outcomes. We utilized multiple publicly available data sources to evaluate the association between introduction of PMI and child mortality rates in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Methods and findings […]
New research suggests that the ability of children in Africa to perform well in school could be dramatically improved through basic malaria education and treatment. While less fatal among older children, malaria infections often reduce a child’s ability to concentrate.