April 2014 is a very important month for malaria control. The theme of this year’s World Health Day on April 7th is Vector Borne Diseases and World Malaria Day, Invest in the Future: Defeat Malaria, is on April 25th. To commemorate these dates, MSH will host a 3-day LeaderNet seminar focused on State of the Art Malaria Programming. The seminar will start on April 22 and conclude on April 24.This exciting seminar is open to the public and we look forward to your participation!
Welcome To Our Seminar
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- Introduction to Malaria Seminar
- Day One Overview
- Day Two Overview
- Day Three Overview and Discussion
Meet the facilitators
I’m so happy to be able to share my thoughts with this community and learn as we go. Good will and collaboration always bring better results than dictatorship.
Through discussions on Ebola outbreak I’m seeing how harm to health outcomes and amount of deaths due to spread of malaria for years did not get equal or even comparable attention.
Reauters writes: Malaria deaths have dropped dramatically since 2000 and cases are falling steadily as more people are properly diagnosed and treated and more get…[Read more]
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le paludisme est une pandemie qui affecte de plus le continent africain et dont les enfant sont ceux qui paient de lourde tribu.
En terme de lutte contre pandemie, nous pouvons dire qu’il un espoir qui rennait condiratement car il aujourd’hui sur le continent beaucoup de centre de recherche sur le paludisme et certains de ces centres comme par…[Read more]
One of the causes of infant and maternal mortality in Africa is malaria.Therefore the is need for UNIVERSAL ACCESS TO ANTI-MALARIAL DRUGS AND COMMODITIES(NETS) to pregnant mothers and New borns. Specifically,Uganda needs a coherent INTERGRATION OF PREVENT MALARIA CAMPAIGN AND EMTCT(Elimination of Mother-to-child Transmission of HIV) so that…[Read more]
Hope to explore group experiences and successes (or challenges) with promoting actual LLIN use, the growing concern for P vivax pathology, how the anticipated new vacines might be integrated into elimination programs and the wisdom (or lack of it) of possible reintroduction of DDT into selected programs.
Remember, this is a group effort so all…[Read more]
Veery exciting to share recent experiences that support malaria elimination around the world. Looking forward to a rich discussiona nd learning so much more with our colleagues everywhere. Best regards to all, Fred