Richard Tren, Philip Coticelli, Roger Bate & Kathryn Boateng | 23 Apr 2007 | Africa Fighting Malaria
Political will and public funding to target malaria are increasing, but there is still room to improve efforts to measure, assess, and inform evidence-based policies and programs.
Roy Bennett | 06 Apr 2007 | MDC Media Release
Faced with a rapidly escalating, brutal campaign of violence perpetrated by the Mugabe regime, Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change has issued an urgent appeal for medical supplies as well as funds for medical costs, food and legal assistance.
15 Mar 2007 | OneWorld.net
Princess of Africa Foundation, UK and World Bank call for more predictable long-term financing to control the disease.
Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs | 03 Mar 2007 | Harold Doan and Associates, Ltd.
The contribution to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, announced today, is a testimony to Japan's firm commitment to continue its assistance in the fight against the killer diseases and its high regard for the important role the Global Fund is playing in this global endeavour.
01 Mar 2007 | DNDi
Sanofi-aventis and the non-profit Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi) announced today that ASAQ, the new fixed-dose combination of artesunate (AS) and amodiaquine (AQ), will soon be available throughout sub-Saharan Africa.
JHUCCP | 21 Feb 2007 | Medical News Today
Malaria advocates today offered sincere thanks to the U.S. Congress for agreeing to support a major increase in funds to combat malaria in fiscal year 2007.
12 Feb 2007 | CCN Matthews
Researchers at the Toronto General Research Institute and Ontario Cancer Institute have discovered a synthetic compound that targets and kills malaria parasites, including a drug-resistant strain.
08 Feb 2007 | Eurekalert.org
The second phase of the Wisdom experiment, carried out as an international cooperation project involving IN2P3 /CNRS, was completed on January 31.
08 Feb 2007 | Relief Web
In a bid to fight the deadly malaria, indoor residual insecticide spraying is scheduled to begin in the refugee camps in the war-ravaged northern Uganda.
Merlin | 05 Feb 2007 | PR Newswire
Merlin is part of a consortium that has embarked on a US$40 million (£20.3 million) programme to rebuild and strengthen health services in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).