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Sustaining momentum against malaria; saving lives in Africa : fourth annual report April 2010
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    April 2010
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Sustaining momentum against malaria; saving lives in Africa : fourth annual report April 2010
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  • Corporate Authors:
    President's Malaria Initiative (U.S.) ; United States, Agency for International Development. ; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.)
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    Abbreviations and acronyms -- Summary -- 1. Prevention - insecticide-treated mosquito nets -- 2. Prevention - indoor residual spraying -- 3. Prevention - malaria in pregnancy -- 4. Case management - diagnosis and treatment -- 5. Health systems, integration, and country capacity -- 6. Partnerships -- 7. Outcomes and impact -- 8. U.S. government malaria research -- Appendix 1. PMI funding FY 2006-FY 2010 -- Appendix 2. PMI activity summary -- Appendix 2. PMI country-level targets -- Acknowledgments.

    This report outlines the U.S. Government's (USG's) contributions to a dramatic scale-up of malaria prevention and treatment measures across 15 President's Malaria Initiative (PMI)-supported countries over the past four years. Many of these countries have reported significant reductions in under-five mortality, and there is strong and growing evidence that malaria prevention and treatment efforts are a major factor in these reductions. Throughout this report, we highlight the USG's role in the scale-up of malaria interventions, training of health workers, support for services and commodities, and health systems strengthening. Progress in malaria control is a result of the collective actions of African governments; international donors, including the USG, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund), and World Bank; and nongovernmental organizations.

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