With the resumption of support to Madagascar's public health sector, PMI will directly collaborate with the government in implementing the national malaria control strategy.
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Stories from the Field
The PMI Africa IRS Project recently appointed gender focal persons in each AIRS country to promote gender inclusion and overcome socio-cultural barriers that prevent the participation of women.
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Where We Work
Malaria is a major health problem in Madagascar; although its epidemiology varies considerably in different regions of the country, the entire population is considered to be at risk.
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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U.S. efforts to eliminate the disease really took off with the President's Malaria Initiative. Between 2005 and 2013, PMI distributed over 80 million insecticide-treated nets, over 65 million rapid diagnosis tests, and over 185 million treatments, as well as protected over 17 million pregnant women with preventive drugs.
But the real question is, does it work? Is our money spent wisely, and are we getting results?
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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