Malaria research is focused on helping low and middle income countries scale up their efforts to diagnose and treat malaria and prevent illness and deaths among the most vulnerable – pregnant women and children. This work covers evaluations of rapid diagnostic tests, studies on increasing access to effective treatment (particularly at the community level) and safety assessments of medicines for pregnant women.
In addition, researchers in African countries are receiving implementation research support and training that helps them increase access to affordable antimalarials. This work is being done with the Global Fund as part of the Affordable Medicines Facility for malaria (AMFm).
- African governments need to commit to research
- Dramatic decline in malaria deaths in Africa
- Malaria studies now being used to save lives
- African health services from a community perspective
- Improving fever management
- Surviving severe malaria – looking at the long-term impact on childhood disability
- Pre-referral rectal artesunate treatment of childhood malaria in the community: a manual
- New support for rectal artesunate treatment for malaria