Reactive Case Detection for Malaria Elimination: Real-Life Experience from an Ongoing Program in Swaziland

A study evaluating the effect of screening radius and other risk factors on the probability of detecting cases by reactive case detection, whereby individuals living in close proximity to passively detected cases are screened and treated, in Swaziland.

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Publication date: May 2013
Source: PLOS ONE

Swaziland Leads Sub-Saharan Africa in Ending Malaria; Aims to Eliminate by 2015

An article highlighting Swaziland’s recent success in fighting malaria, explaining how  despite challenges that lie ahead, it is possible to achieve its ambitious goal to eliminate malaria by 2015.

Publication date: November 2012
Source: UCSF Global Health Sciences