Regional Initiatives Play Important Role In Efforts To Eliminate Malaria

PLOS Medicine: Regional initiatives for malaria elimination: Building and maintaining partnerships
Andrew A. Lover of the Malaria Elimination Initiative of the Global Health Group at the University of California, San Francisco, and colleagues discuss the need for well-coordinated regional initiatives (RIs) to eliminate malaria, as well as their activities, challenges, structures, and limitations. The authors conclude, “RIs have an important role to play in the malaria elimination landscape but require careful design, implementation, and evaluation to ensure alignment with outcomes…” (10/5).

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