Indoor residual sprayers practice against a wall.

In order to help build IRS capacity in Rwanda, the PMI AIRS Project trained 150 key stakeholders in IRS planning and implementation, monitoring and evaluation, logistics, and procurement.

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In 2014, for the first time in 15 years, malaria was not listed among the top ten causes of inpatient mortality for all age groups, according to HMIS data.

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The fight against malaria is making historic gains across sub-Saharan Africa, thanks to the contributions of PMI and other partners.

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  • Just Released - FY 2016 Malaria Operational Plans

    The FY 2016 Malaria Operational Plans (MOPs) are now available. These plans were developed in collaboration with national malaria control programs (NMCP), and with participation of national and international partners involved in malaria prevention and control. 
  • President's Malaria Initiative at ASTMH 2015


    At this year's annual meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medical and Hygiene there will be a number of PMI-supported symposia, scientific sessions, and poster presentations. Furthermore, PMI and partners are hosting a TropMed Fireside Chat on Tuesday, October 27, during which experts discuss efforts to combat malaria.

  • Reps. Crenshaw, Meeks congratulate Nobel Prize scientists

    U.S. Reps. Ander Crenshaw (R–FL) and Gregory Meeks (D–NY), co-chairs of Congressional Caucus on Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases, recently congratulated Nobel Prize scientists for their progress against malaria and parasitic diseases. 
PMI Fast Facts

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Read more about how the U.S. Government, through PMI, is investing in sustained efforts to drive down malaria transmission and reduce malaria deaths and illnesses.

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Photo sources: Diana Mrazikova/NetWorks, Jessica Scranton/Abt Associates, Maggie Hallahan Photography.