ASTMH 67th Annual Meeting

The U.S. President's Malaria Initiative looks forward to participating in the 67th annual meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene in New Orleans, LA.

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PMI homepage country in focus Liberia

In Liberia, malaria is the leading cause of attendance in outpatient departments and the number-one cause of inpatient deaths. Find out how PMI is building Liberia’s capacity to combat malaria.

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PMI 12th Annual Report Cover

The U.S. Government’s leadership and its financial and technical contributions through PMI have been central to the remarkable achievements against malaria.

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  • ASTMH TopMed Conference and the Power of Diversity in Science

    This year the ASTMH conference drew over 4,600 attendees representing over 100 different countries—the most in meeting history.  The United States is committed through PMI to continue to support country-led work that lifts the burden malaria places on their communities.
  • Malaria Day in the Americas


    Malaria Day in the Americas provides an opportunity to recognize past and current efforts to prevent and control malaria in the region, build commitment, and to mobilize action to advance malaria goals and targets as we work toward our global goal of malaria eradication.

  • Why We’re Never Done Adapting: PMI and the Importance of Operational Research

    Operational research is critically important to the success of the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI). PMI operates in 27 countries across sub-Saharan Africa and the Greater Mekong Subregion and often during the course of program implementation, unforeseen obstacles and new questions emerge.

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