Emer Mullins | 03 Oct 2006 | Irish Medical Times
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has approved the use of DDT indoors as one of three main interventions to fight malaria.
Staff Writers | 16 Sep 2006 | Medical News Today
WHO today releases new policies on a highly effective method of malaria control - Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS).
Betsy McKay | 15 Sep 2006 | Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal's Betsy McKay reports on WHO's policies to promote indoor residual spraying using chemicals such as DDT.
Lauran Neergaard | 15 Sep 2006 | Townhall.com
AP reports in advance of Dr Arata Kochi's press conference in Washington DC regarding WHO's new policy guidelines on IRS, which include statements on DDT.
Samiha Shafy | 09 Aug 2006 | Spiegel
Der Spiegel discusses malaria control, the WHO's Dr Arata Kochi, DDT and quotes AFM adviser Prof Amir Attaran in this interesting piece.
None | 02 Aug 2006 | ABC News
A leading scientific journal has reported the World Health Organisation (WHO) will now endorse the use of the banned agricultural chemical DDT to control malaria-carrying insects.
None | 28 Jun 2006 | The Herald
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has released new malaria treatment guidelines that re-emphasise the use of Artemisinin Combined Therapy (ACT) in the treatment of uncomplicated malaria.
Tina Flores | 25 Jun 2006 | Global Health Council
Interview with Dr. Arata Kochi on his tenure and policies as director of the malaria program at the WHO.
None | 21 Jun 2006 | Angola Press Agency
The World Health Organisation Tuesday donated emergency health kits and malaria drugs to Kenya worth 105,555 US dollars.
Andrew Jack | 14 May 2006 | AfroNets.org
One of the world's leading international health bodies is pursuing a
policy that could cause further resistance to malaria drugs, the World
Health Organisation said on Sunday.