26 Feb 2013 | AllAfrica.com
The Swiss Malaria Group has launched a photo contest that will run from 15th of February to the 24th of March, 2013.
15 Feb 2013 | The Swiss Malaria Group
The Swiss Malaria Group hosts an online photo contest
12 Jul 2012 | American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
On Tuesday evening, the U.S. Senate passed S.Res.429, the World Malaria Day Resolution, recognizing April 25 as World Malaria Day. ASTMH thanks Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS) for introducing this resolution as
well as the 12 co-sponsoring senators, one of whom is Sen. Chris Coons
(D-DE), who, along with Sen. Wicker, co-chairs the Senate Working Group
on Malaria and champions against the disease.
Dana Dalrymple | 23 May 2012 | The Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy
Curiously, two of the main themes that characterize current global malaria control efforts are foreshadowed in famous quotations from 19th century literature. Charles Dickens in his Tale of Two Cities famously wrote "It was the best of times and the worst of times."
23 Apr 2012 | Africa Fighting Malaria
The March of Washingtons - a broad-based campaign to increase access to high-quality antimalarial and pneumonia drugs in Africa - has made its fifth donation. Thanks to school children in the US, UK, Aid for Africa, and others, $10,000 for ACTs has been donated to Soft Power Health's clinic in Uganda.
21 Feb 2012 | President’s Malaria Initiative
On February 21, 2012, USAID released the final report by an external evaluation team of the first five years (FY 2006-FY 2010) of the President's Malaria Initiative (PMI). PMI is a major component of the U.S. Government's Global Health Initiative (GHI), announced by President Barack Obama in May 2009.
11 Nov 2011 | Roll Back Malaria
The 2011 SADC Malaria Day Events were held in the Bungeni Community in Limpopo Province of South Africa - Hosted by the National Malaria control Program (NMCP).
30 Aug 2011 | American Chemical Society
The increasingly prevalent notion that expensive organic fruits and vegetables are safer because pesticides — used to protect traditional crops from insects, thus ensuring high crop yields and making them less expensive — are a risk for causing cancer has no good scientific support, an authority on the disease said here today.
10 May 2011 | Creative Visions Foundation
For every 20 views our videos get, Humanity International will buy a mosquito net for a family in need to help prevent malaria, which kills 781,000 people a year, most being children under five years of age. Every minute, someone is dying from this preventable disease. You can do
your part to stop this by watching and sharing our videos.
09 May 2011 | The Medical News
Recently, the EDCTP-funded GMZ2 consortium started a volunteer enrolment for the phase IIb clinical trial of the candidate malaria vaccine GMZ2 in Uganda. This is the third trial site to initiate volunteer recruitment for this multi-country study.