Shrinking the Malaria Map

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

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January 2015

Progress toward Elimination in Malaysia

Case Study
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The World Health Organization
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January 2015

Climbing to Malaria Elimination in Bhutan

Case Study
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The World Health Organization
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January 2015

Successful elimination and prevention of re‑establishment of malaria in Tunisia

Case Study
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The World Health Organization
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January 2014

Progress towards subnational elimination in the Philippines

Case Study
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The World Health Organization
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January 2014

Elimination of malaria on the island of Reunion: 40 years on

Case Study
Published by:
The World Health Organization
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April 2013

The long road to malaria elimination in Turkey

Case Study
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The World Health Organization
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October 2012

Progress towards elimination in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has maintained zero local cases of malaria since 2012, despite a major resurgence after a previous near-elimination phase. This report describes the strategies employed by Sri Lanka to control and eliminate malaria, and gives lessons for other countries to follow suit.
Case Study
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The World Health Organization
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October 2012

Preventing reintroduction in Mauritius

Mauritius has maintained zero local cases of malaria since 1998 by maintaining a rigorous passenger screening program and strong surveillance and response. Despite its high receptivity and vulnerability, the country has been able to prevent reintroduction of malaria. This case study reviews malaria control, elimination and prevention of reintroduction in Mauritius in order to assist other countries in strategizing for malaria elimination.
Case Study
Published by:
The World Health Organization
Ministry of Health and Quality of Life
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October 2012

Achieving elimination in Turkmenistan

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The World Health Organization
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October 2012

Moving towards sustainable elimination in Cape Verde

Case Study
Published by:
The World Health Organization
Ministero Saude
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