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Malaria migration breeds new cases in new places (04/04/2017)

Although malaria infections continue to fall, Myanmar and its neighbours remain a breeding ground for new and dangerous strains of the disease.


The First Application of Mobile Operator Data in Low- or Middle-Income Countries - Modelling Malaria Parasite Movements Between Zanzibar and the Tanzanian Mainland (10/21/2016)

Prof. Tatem, Director of Flowminder, started working in 2008 o­n the first application of mobile operator data for any health or development purpose globally. In collaboration with the operator Zantel and together with the Clinton Health Access Initiative, mobile data were used to estimate the movements of malaria-infected people between Zanzibar and the Tanzanian mainland.


TIMELINE-The long road to malaria eradication (06/14/2016)

ARUSHA, Tanzania, June 8 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The world's richest couple, Bill and Melinda Gates, are lending their support to global plans to eliminate malaria, which is back o­n the world's agenda after being abandoned as too ambitious in 1969.


Bed net plan for underfed kids curbs malaria death (01/15/2016)

Giving extra bed nets tochildrenweakened by lack of food could significantly curb child deaths frommalaria, according to a mathematical model revealed last month.


The Hunt for Malaria: It Takes a Village to Stop a Deadly Disease (12/16/2015)

The Huffington Post and the NGO alliance InterAction-The Hunt for Malaria: It Takes a Village to Stop a Deadly DiseaseThe road to Nega Nega is lined with sugarcane, and the air smells like molasses. In this sweet-smelling village in southern Zambia, a remarkable thing is happening. Malaria is o­n the run.


 
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