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Monitoring & Evaluation

Robust, representative and timely data is needed to monitor and accelerate progress with malaria control. Rapid diagnostic tests have the potential to improve the quality of data, but approaches to monitoring malaria will need to change as control improves. 

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Peer-reviewed publications

Combining data from multiple spatially referenced prevalence surveys using generalized linear geostatistical models

Royal Statistical Society


Malaria indicator survey to support national control programmes

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World Malaria Report 2013: Major progress against disease 'still fragile'

Malaria deaths have declined by 45% globally since 2000 - thanks to prevention and control measures, political commitment and expanded funding. But improving access to diagnosis and

Malaria Indicator Survey presented in Malawi

The Malawi National Malaria Control Programme launched the results of the 2014 Malawi Malaria Indicator Survey (MIS) during the 2015 malaria research dissemination day in Lilongwe,

Fine-scale malaria burden evaluation tools from the ACT Consortium applied in Malawi

The Malawi-Liverpool-Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Programme (MLW) have joined a team of experts on a five-year malaria control programme around a gamepark in Southern Malawi. The

ASTMH 2014: Malaria highlights

Bill Gates' announcement to increase malaria funding, strategic plans from the WHO to eliminate malaria and ACT Consortium research results were some of the malaria contributions seen

ACT Consortium researchers present at ASTMH 2014

The 63rd annual meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene takes place between 2-6 November in New Orleans, USA. Find out which research results we will present