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South Sudan Vice President Riek Machar holds a copy of the Malaria programme review agreement (Malaria Consortium) Considered an in-depth assessment of South Sudan's current National Malaria Control Programme, the review was conducted to assess goals, strategies and interventions needed to strengthen planning and resource mobilization to scale up malaria prevention and control in the young nation.
SANA'A, March 11 (Saba) - The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) gave Yemen $4 million as an additional grant for the National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP).
Provision of technical and financial support to the Ministries of Health and National Malaria Control Programmes in African countries to build country-level capacity for malaria prevention activities are also included.
Responding to a question about learning about malaria at primary school, she said that this tool offers guidance on the way in which primary school children can contribute to national malaria control programmes and also improve their understanding regarding malaria spread and prevention.
According to data from national malaria control programmes, Africa had a larger increase in funding than any other region between 2004 and 2006.
For example, the survey found that supplies of insecticide-treated nets to national malaria control programmes were only sufficient to protect a quarter (26 percent) of people in 37 African countries.
South Africa is fortunate in several ways regarding malaria: it is at the southern extreme of malaria distribution in Africa; relatively small areas experience seasonal transmission (hence malaria is unstable and epidemic-prone); (3) a well-organised national malaria control programme exists; and the country has a relatively well-developed scientific, economic and health infrastructure.
Dr Killeen said: "This grant will allow us to provide answers for national malaria control programmes with information on implementing control measures.