Shrinking the Malaria Map

UCSF Global Health Group’s Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI)

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July 2018

Malaria elimination: time to target all species

Andrew A. Lover, J. Kevin Baird, Roly Gosling, Ric Price
Peer Reviewed Publication
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The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
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July 2018

Malaria Elimination: Time to Target All Species

Andrew A. Lover, J. Kevin Baird, Roly Gosling and Ric Price
Peer Reviewed Publication
Published by:
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
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June 2018

Prevalence and risk factors for asymptomatic malaria and genotyping of glucose 6-phosphate (G6PD) deficiencies in a vivax-predominant setting, Lao PDR: implications for sub-national elimination goals

Lover AA, Dantzer E, Hongvanthong B, Chindavongsa K, Welty S, Reza T, Khim N, Menard D, Bennett A
Peer Reviewed Publication
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The Lancet
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April 2018

The Lancet Commission on malaria eradication

Ingrid Chen, Rebecca Cooney, Richard G A Feachem, Altaf Lal, Winnie Mpanju-Shumbusho
Peer Reviewed Publication
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The Lancet
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January 2018

Expanding the Vector Control Toolbox for Malaria Elimination: A Systematic Review of the Evidence

Yasmin A. Williams, Lucy S. Tusting, Sophia Hocini, Patricia M. Graves, Gerry F. Killeen, Immo Kleinschmidt, Fredros O. Okumu, Richard G.A. Feachem, Allison Tatarsky, Roly D. Gosling
Peer Reviewed Publication
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Advances in Parasitology
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October 2017

Regional initiatives for malaria elimination: building and maintaining partnerships

Lover A, Harvard K, Lindawson A, Smith Gueye C, Shretta R, Gosling R, Feachem R
Peer Reviewed Publication
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PLOS Medicine
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July 2017

The Commonwealth and malaria: Why we need to act now

Brief
Published by:
Malaria No More UK
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July 2016

An investment case for preventing the reintroduction of malaria in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has had no locally transmitted cases of malaria since October 2012 and no indigenous deaths since 2007. However, these successes are being challenged by sustained receptivity and vulnerability to malaria, declining financial assistance from external donors, waning political interest to tackle malaria, and competing national health priorities. The purpose of this study is to develop an investment case for prevention of reintroduction (POR) of malaria in Sri Lanka that can be used by the Anti-Malaria Campaign to advocate for sustained financial resources.
Report
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UCSF Global Health Group's Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI)
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April 2016

Investing in prevention of reintroduction of malaria in Sri Lanka

Brief
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UCSF Global Health Group's Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI)
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September 2015

Video: What is the decision your country needs to make to eliminate malaria?

At the event "Malaria elimination in Asia Pacific and Southern Africa: political leadership and sustained financing" held at Wilton Park, four health ministers, one secretary general and one deputy minister were asked about the one political or financial decision their country needed to make in order to eliminate malaria. Introduction by Sir Richard Feachem.
Multimedia
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Wilton Park
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September 2015

Podcast: Eliminating malaria with determination, not just hope

Multimedia
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Wilton Park
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September 2015

Achieving the malaria MDG target: reversing the incidence of malaria 2000–2015

Report
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The World Health Organization
UNICEF
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May 2015

Action and Investment to Defeat Malaria (AIM) 2016-2030

Report
Published by:
Roll Back Malaria
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October 2014

Colombo Declaration on Eliminating Malaria

On October 14-17 2014, the Malaria Elimination Group (MEG) held its ninth meeting in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Seventeen international malaria experts gathered to discuss Sri Lanka's achievement of maintaining zero local transmission since 2012 and to learn best practices to take back to their own countries. The MEG pledged to join other partners in providing ongoing technical support and called upon the Sri Lankan government to sustain its commitment to malaria elimination and prevention of reintroduction. 
Declaration
Published by:
Malaria Elimination Group
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September 2014

Malaria elimination without stigmatization: a note of caution about the use of terminology in elimination settings

Smith C, Whittaker M
Peer Reviewed Publication
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Malaria Journal
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August 2014

The 2030 sustainable development goal for health

Peer Reviewed Publication
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Yamey G
Shretta R
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February 2014

Determining the impact of community awareness-raising activities on the prevention of malaria transmission in Palawan, the Philippines

Matsumoto-Takahashi ELA, Tongol-Rivera P, Villacorte EA, Angluben RU, Yasuoka J et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
Published by:
Parasitology International
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January 2014

Advocating for malaria elimination - learning from the successes of other infectious disease elimination programmes

Whittaker MA, Dean AJ, Chancellor A
Peer Reviewed Publication
Published by:
Malaria Journal
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July 2013

Malaria eradication: is it possible? Is it worth it? Should we do it?

Liu J, Modrek S, Gosling R, Feachem RGA
Peer Reviewed Publication
Published by:
The Lancet Global Health
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November 2010

Shrinking the malaria map: progress and prospects

Feachem RGA, Phillips AA, Hwang J, Cotter C, Wielgosz B et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
Published by:
The Lancet
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October 2010

Call to action: priorities for malaria elimination.

Feachem RGA, Phillips A, Targett G, Snow RW et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
Published by:
The Lancet
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October 2010

Malaria elimination: worthy, challenging, and just possible

Das P, Horton R
Peer Reviewed Publication
Published by:
The Lancet
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October 2009

Shrinking the Malaria Map: A Prospectus on Malaria Elimination

The Prospectus provides detailed and informed practical means of achieving and sustaining zero transmission. It is designed as a road map, providing direction and options from which to choose an appropriate path. The Prospectus reviews the operational, technical, and financial feasibility for those working on the front lines and outlines the tools that can be considered for an elimination program. The 10 chapters of the Prospectus were written by 33 contributing authors.
Report
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Malaria Elimination Group
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