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The President's Malaria Initiative; fifth annual report to Congress
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    April 2011
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The President's Malaria Initiative; fifth annual report to Congress
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    Abbreviations and acronyms -- Executive summary -- 1. Prevention--insecticide-treated nets -- 2. Prevention--indoor residual spraying -- 3. Prevention--malaria in pregnancy -- 4. Diagnosis and treatment of malaria -- 5. Health systems strengthening and integration -- 6. Partnerships -- 7. Outcomes and impact -- 8. U.S. government malaria research and other malaria programs -- Appendix 1. PMI funding FY 2006-2010 -- Appendix 2. PMI contribution summary -- Appendix 3. PMI country-level targets -- Acknowledgments

    Over the past five years, substantial reductions have been recorded in mortality in children under five years of age, buttressed by improvements in malaria-specific indicators in all President's Malaria Initiative (PMI)-supported countries where baseline and follow-up nationwide household surveys were conducted. These reductions are due in large part to a dramatic scale-up of malaria prevention and treatment measures since 2005, thanks to the collective efforts of national governments; the U.S. Government (USG); the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; the World Bank; other international donors; and multilateral and nongovernmental organizations. This report describes the role and contributions of the USG to reduce the burden of malaria in Africa and its impact on health systems.

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    "PMI is an interagency initiative led by USAID and implemented together with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). It is overseen by the U.S. Global Malaria Coordinator, who is advised by an Interagency Steering Group made up of representatives of USAID, CDC/HHS, Department of State, Department of Defense, National Security Council, and Office of Management and Budget." - p. 9 ; Text in PDF format. ;
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