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Philippines Case Study on Malaria Elimination Released

The latest case study, jointly published by the World Health Organization’s Global Malaria Programme and the UCSF Global Health Group, showcases the Philippines’ path toward malaria elimination through documenting the country’s malaria history, lessons learned, and future outlookMore

New case study on malaria elimination in Malaysia

Jointly published by the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Global Malaria Programme and the UCSF Global Health Group, a new case study on malaria elimination in Malaysia highlights the country’s success in driving down cases since 1991More

APMEN Hosts Advocacy Workshop for 5 Asia Pacific Countries

In early December, the co-secretariats of the Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network (APMEN)—the University of Queensland and UCSF’s Global Health Group—hosted an advocacy workshop in Bangkok as part of ongoing efforts to strengthen national resource mobilization for malaria eliminationMore

Interview: The path towards malaria elimination in Zimbabwe

Interview with Dr. Joseph Mberikunashe, Program Manager, National Malaria Control Programme, ZimbabweMore

Malaria Elimination Initiative publishes on impact of Global Fund and costs to eliminate malaria

In a new article published in PLOS ONE, “Costs of Eliminating Malaria and the Impact of the Global Fund in 34 Countries”, researchers at the Malaria Elimination Initiative assess historical funding from The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund) to the 34 malaria-...More

Malaria Elimination Initiative joins MESA Track database

The Malaria Elimination initiative (MEI), in collaboration with the Malaria Eradication Scientific Alliance (MESA), has posted its research portfolio on the MESA Track database, a freely available database of research projects relevant to malaria elimination and eradicationMore

Roll Back Malaria’s Progress and Impact Series Highlights APMEN

Just weeks after the landmark announcement to eliminate malaria in the Asia Pacific by 2030, Roll Back Malaria launched its new Progress and Impact Series report, The Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network (APMEN): Supporting the common goal of a malaria-free Asia PacificMore

Global Health Group publishes on malaria risk mapping

In elimination settings when cases are clustered, understanding exactly where the malaria risk is becomes an important part of a program’s ability to target resources and interventionsMore

Case study on elimination in Namibia published

Researchers at the Global Health Group, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, and the Namibia National Vector-borne Disease Control Program have published a new case study documenting Namibia’s path to become malaria free by 2020More

Commentary: Asia Pacific adopts game-changing goal to be malaria-free by 2030

Last week, during the East Asia Summit in Myanmar, leaders from 18 countries in the region committed to eliminating malaria in the Asia Pacific by 2030More