Tackling Imported Malaria: An Elimination Endgame

Cross border and regional initiatives can be highly effective when based on an understanding of human and parasite movement. Ultimately, determining the optimal combinations of approaches to address malaria importation will require an evaluation of their impact, cost effectiveness, and operational feasibility.

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Publication date: May 2015
Source: AJTMH

Information Systems to Support Surveillance for Malaria Elimination

Malaria elimination programs should support the implementation and refinement of information systems to support surveillance and response and ensure political and financial commitment to maintain the systems and the human resources needed to run them. National malaria programs should strive to improve the access and utility of these information systems and establish cross-border data sharing mechanisms through the use of standard indicators for malaria surveillance.

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Publication date: May 2015
Source: AJTMH