Responding to the challenge to end malaria deaths in Africa

  title={Responding to the challenge to end malaria deaths in Africa},
  author={Raymond G Chambers and Rajat Gupta and Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus},
  journal={The Lancet},

Factors Affecting the Uptake of Anti-Malarial Drugs by Children in Public Primary Health Facilities in Cross River State, Nigeria

Informants' occupation, age, education and religious beliefs were key determinants of uptake of ACTs in public health facilities in Nigeria and are recommended to explore the belief systems in treating fevers in children in this population.

Access to malaria treatment in young children of rural Burkina Faso

Access to modern health services providing quality controlled effective combination therapies against malaria needs to be strengthened in rural Africa, which should include a re-investigation of the role of CHW 30 years after Alma Ata.

Effect of combining mosquito repellent and insecticide treated net on malaria prevalence in Southern Ethiopia: a cluster-randomised trial

Daily application of mosquito repellent during the evening followed by the use of LLINs during bedtime at community level has significantly reduced malaria infection, particularly in areas where malaria vectors feed mainly in the evening before bedtime.

Natural Plant Sugar Sources of Anopheles Mosquitoes Strongly Impact Malaria Transmission Potential

The results convincingly show that the availability of sugar sources in the local environment is a major determinant regulating the dynamics of mosquito populations and their vector potential, suggesting that control interventions targeting sugar-feeding mosquitoes pose a promising tactic for combating transmission of malaria parasites and other pathogens.

Choices of drugs for self-treatment of malaria among adult women in a Nigerian city: Implications for the success of the ongoing 'roll back' malaria programme

This poster presents a selection of current and former students of the Benue State University, Nigeria, which includes students from the Faculty of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Science, and the University of Jos.

Malaria Control Dynamics in Rural Tanzania: Evaluationof implementation of Artemisinin based Anti-malarialCombination Therapy

This chapter discusses the development of anTIMALARIAL COMBINATION THERAPY for MALARIA on HEALTH FACILITY UTILIZation for FEBRILE ILLNESS in RURAL TANZANIA and the effects of these treatments on the market and the population.