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PMI: Presidents Malaria Initiative - Saving lives in Africa.

Guinea

 

Malaria in Guinea
Guinea has year-round malaria transmission, with high transmission from July through October in most areas. Malaria is considered the number one public health problem in the country. National statistics in Guinea show that among children under five years of age, malaria accounts for 31 percent of consultations, 25 percent of hospitalizations, and 14 percent of hospital deaths in public facilities.

arrow  Read more about PMI's activities in the Guinea Country Profile [PDF, 311KB].


Map of Guinea

Malaria Operational Plans

  In Guinea, PMI will support some nationwide needs as well as targeted activities in 14 prefectures and the five communes of Conakry.
  In Guinea, PMI will support some nationwide needs as well as targeted activities in 14 prefectures and the five communes of Conakry.
Source: Virginia Lamprecht/Photoshare

The Malaria Operational Plan (MOP) below is a detailed 1-year implementation plan for the Presidentís Malaria Initiative (PMI) in Guinea. It briefly reviews the current status of malaria control and prevention policies and interventions, identifies challenges and unmet needs, and describes planned activities under PMI. Each MOP has been endorsed by the U.S. Global Malaria Coordinator and reflects collaborative discussions with national malaria control programs and partners in-country.

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