Progress & Impact Series: Defeating Malaria in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and the Pacific

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.

Author: ,
Publication date: November 2010
Source: Roll Back Malaria
Permalink: http://www.makingmalariahistory.org/toolkit-resource/progress-impact-series-defeating-malaria-in-the-americas-europe-the-middle-east-and-the-pacific/

Progress & Impact Series: Mathematical Modeling to Support Malaria Control and Elimination

A report providing an overview of mathematical modelling, explaining its history in relation to epidemiology and malaria, and detailing its implications and uses for global and national malaria control and elimination planning.

Author: , , , , ,
Publication date: November 2010
Source: Roll Back Malaria
Permalink: http://www.makingmalariahistory.org/toolkit-resource/progress-impact-series-mathematical-modeling-to-support-malaria-control-and-elimination/

Progress & Impact Series: Saving Lives with Malaria Control: Counting Down to the Millennium Development Goals

A report analyzing the impact of malaria control scale-up on child mortality over the last decade in 34 malaria endemic African countries.

Author: , , , ,
Publication date: September 2010
Source: Roll Back Malaria
Permalink: http://www.makingmalariahistory.org/toolkit-resource/progress-impact-series-saving-lives-with-malaria-control-counting-down-to-the-millennium-development-goals/

Progress & Impact Series: Malaria Funding and Resource Utilization: The First Decade of Roll Back Malaria

A report on malaria outcomes from 2000 to 2009, confirming that investment in malaria control is rapidly saving lives and reaping far-reaching benefits for countries.

Author: , ,
Publication date: March 2010
Source: Roll Back Malaria
Permalink: http://www.makingmalariahistory.org/toolkit-resource/progress-impact-series-malaria-funding-and-resource-utilization-the-first-decade-of-roll-back-malaria/