Namibia’s path toward malaria elimination: a case study of malaria strategies and costs along the northern border

Low malaria transmission in Namibia suggests that elimination is possible, but the risk of imported malaria from Angola remains a challenge. This case study reviews the early transition of a program shift from malaria control to elimination in three northern regions of Namibia.

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Publication date: November 2014
Source: BMC Public Health

Determinants of Malaria Program Expenditures during Elimination: Case Study Evidence from Select Provinces in the Philippines

A study aiming to estimate the financial resources used by sub-national malaria programs in different phases during elimination in order to understand what resources are needed to transition from controlling malaria to eliminating it, using the Philippines as a case study.

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Publication date: September 2013
Source: PLOS ONE