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We Have the Tools to Reach “Zero Malaria” in Pregnancy

Leah Kellgren
April 24, 2019
4 Minute Read
Malaria remains a global threat and pregnant women are especially vulnerable. There are measures we must take to ensure women no longer have to die in childbirth or fear the loss of another pregnancy because they are infected.

No Passport Required: Mosquitoes Cross Borders Freely, Regional Partners Lessen Their Bite

Sean Miller
October 30, 2018
3 Minute Read
Mosquitoes cause nearly one million deaths annually, about half of these from malaria. Countries must think within and beyond their borders — collaborating with their neighbors — to halt the spread of this pernicious disease and achieve epidemic control by 2030.

News: GHSC-PSM’s Latest Report Shows Strong and Steady On-time Delivery Rates, Expansion of In-country Presence to 33 Field Offices

September 19, 2018
3 Minute Read
The most recent quarterly report of the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program- Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project, implemented by a Chemonics-led consortium, shows the project achieving strong and steady on-time delivery of lifesaving health commodities, expanding its in-country presence to 33 field offices, and meeting global health objectives through its support for a new first-line antiretroviral drug (ARV) regimen.
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Compounded Impacts of Climate Change: Emerging Health Risks to the World’s Most Vulnerable Populations

Hailey Keuck
January 9, 2018
4 Minute Read
Could an increase in kidney disease in El Salvador be related to climate change? New research suggests climate change could impact human health in ways that are unexpected.
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From Research to Response: The Role of Climate Information in Anticipating and Responding to Disease Outbreaks in Mozambique

Hailey Keuck
October 26, 2017
3 Minute Read
A new study suggests higher rainfall and warmer temperatures in Mozambique will lead to an increase in malaria incidence in the coming years. Hailey Keuck explains the link between climate and disease incidence, and how health systems can benefit from climate research.

How Can We End Malaria? We May Already Have the Answer

Mai-Anh Hoang
April 25, 2017
4 Minute Read
On World Malaria Day, Mai-Anh Hoang calls for the international community to leverage the unrealized potential of an approach that could help roll back malaria.