Shrinking the Malaria Map

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

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June 2010

Identification of Hot Spots of Malaria Transmission for Targeted Malaria Control

Bousema T, Drakeley C, Gesase S, Hashim R, Magesa S, et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
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The Journal of Infectious Diseases
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June 2010

The Cost-Effectiveness of Intermittent Preventive Treatment for Malaria in Infants in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Conteh L, Sicuri E, Manzi F, Hutton G, Obonyo B, et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
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PLOS ONE
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May 2010

Malaria Elimination in the Asia-Pacific: an under-told story.

Hsiang MS, Abeyasinghe R, Whittaker M, Feachem RGA
Peer Reviewed Publication
Published by:
The Lancet
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March 2010

Duration of Protection Against Clinical Malaria Provided by Three Regimens of Intermittent Preventive Treatment in Tanzanian infants

Cairns M, Gosling R, Carneiro I, Gesase S, Mosha JF et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
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PLOS ONE
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February 2010

Malaria indicator survey 2007, Ethiopia: coverage and use of major malaria prevention and control interventions

Jima D, Getachew A, Steketee RW, Emerson PM, Graves PM et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
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Malaria Journal
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October 2009

Shrinking the Malaria Map: A Guide on Malaria Elimination for Policy Makers

The purpose of A Guide on Malaria Elimination for Policy Makers is to provide guidance and high-level technical insight to leaders in governments that are considering or have embarked upon a national or regional strategy of malaria elimination and to the donors, agencies, and others who support them. This document is a policy digest of A Prospectus on Malaria Elimination, published by the Global Health Group at UCSF Global Health Sciences on behalf of the Malaria Elimination Group (MEG).
Report
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Malaria Elimination Group
Feachem R
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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
Published by:
Malaria Elimination Group
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April 2009

Malaria: 2 years in the fast lane

Feachem RGA, Phillips AA
Peer Reviewed Publication
Published by:
The Lancet
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March 2008

A new global malaria eradication strategy

Feachem R, Sabot O
Peer Reviewed Publication
Published by:
The Lancet
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