Agness Nandutu Mulago | 06 Oct 2006 | Monitor (Kampala)
The government has received 1.8 million treated mosquito nets in an initiative to fight malaria.
Senator Tom Coburn | 28 Aug 2006 | US Congress
Dr Coburn commends the reforms that Dr Arata Kochi is making at the WHO, but warns that entrenched resistance at WHO may thwart his noble efforts.
Simon Kivamwo | 27 Aug 2006 | IPPMedia
Hardly a year after the US President's Malaria Initiative (PMI) in Tanzania had launched its activities in Zanzibar, there is a vivid sharp decline in malaria cases in the Isles as Abdul S Ali, the Zanzibar Malaria Control Program (ZMCP) Programme Manager reveals.
Editorial | 21 Aug 2006 | Wall Street Journal
An anonymous US Senator is blocking progress on S.2590, the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act.
Staff Writers | 06 Jul 2006 | The Lancet
While the President's Malaria Initiative embodies positive reforms to USAID's malaria control programs in Africa, there remains much room for improvement.
James M. Taylor | 01 Jul 2006 | 2001.com (Venezuela)
USAID has declared DDT safe to use. Now the fight is with the EU, whose threats to ban trade with countries using DDT dog discussions within Africa.
John Donnelly | 08 Jun 2006 | Boston Globe
The fight against the debilitating and often deadly disease on this
slice of northern Pemba is one of the first successes of the five-year
US initiative. Today , the Bush administration is expected to expand
the program from three countries -- Angola and Uganda, in addition to
Tanzania -- to seven.
None | 08 Jun 2006 | USAID
Today, Mrs. Laura Bush announced Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, and
Senegal as the newest countries to be added to the President's Malaria
Initiative (PMI) -- an historic $1.2 billion, five-year initiative to
control malaria in Africa.
None | 05 May 2006 | Washington Times
The Washington Times comes down on the right side of the DDT debate and
favourably reports on USAID's decision to buy DDT for malaria control.
Steven Milloy | 04 May 2006 | Fox News
Steven Milloy sums it all up in the final sentence of this piece on Fox
News: "Let's forget the myths about DDT - it's time to stop malaria
now." Here here.