Towards malaria elimination in the MOSASWA (Mozambique, South Africa and Swaziland) region

MOSASWA, launched in 2015, seeks to renew regional efforts to accelerate progress towards malaria elimination goals already established in the region. National malaria programmes, together with developmental partners, academic institutions and the private sector seek to harmonize policy, strengthen capacity, share expertise, expand access to elimination interventions particularly amongst migrant and border population groups, mobilize resources and advocate for long-term funding to ultimately achieve and sustain malaria elimination in the MOSASWA region.

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Publication date: August 2016
Source: Malaria Journal

Reviewing South Africa’s malaria elimination strategy (2012–2018): progress, challenges and priorities

This review assesses the progress made in the 3 years since programme re-orientation while highlighting challenges and suggesting priorities for moving the malaria programme towards elimination.

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Publication date: August 2016
Source: Malaria Journal