A review of the existing published evidence on the costs and cost-effectiveness of interventions for controlling P. vivax, identifying nine studies focused on diagnosis and treatment and seven studies focused on vector control.
Health improvements following malaria intervention scale-up vary with endemicity, seasonality, age and time. Statistical models can emulate epidemiological dynamics and inform strategic planning and target setting for malaria control.
A literature review for operational research on malaria control and elimination was conducted using the term ‘malaria’ and the definition of operational research (OR).
A report on the state of malaria in countries in Asia, the Pacific, Americas, Middle East, and Europe, highlighting the major burden that still exists in some countries, while others are on the brink of eliminating malaria.