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(2020) Malaria in children and women of childbearing age: infection prevalence, knowledge and use of malaria prevention tools in the province of Nyanga, Gabon [Journal article]. .

There is little information on the social perception of malaria and the use of preventative measures in Gabon, especially in rural areas.malaria, child, malaria prevention, mothers of childbearing age

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(2020) Malaria Vector Control in Sub-Saharan Africa in the Time of COVID-19: No Room for Complacency [Journal article]. .

The COVID-19 pandemic can potentially bring public health interventions in lowincome countries to a collapse.malaria, Sub-Saharan, Africa, COVID-19

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(2020) Malaria outbreak in Riaba district, Bioko Island: lessons learned [Journal article]. .

This case study highlights the need for sustained vector control interventions and multi-sector participation, particularly in malaria control and elimination settings with persistently high local malaria receptivity.malaria, Bioko, Island, Equatorial, guinea, lessons, learned, riaba, district, outbreak

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(2020) Molecular malaria surveillance using a novel protocol for extraction and analysis of nucleic acids retained on used rapid diagnostic tests [Journal article]. .

We have systematically developed and extensively evaluated a procedure to extract total nucleic acids from used malaria RDTs.malaria, mosquito, rapid, diagnostic, test, surveillance, monitor, nucleic, acids

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(2020) The Equatoguinean Malaria Vaccine Initiative: From the launching of a clinical research platform to malaria elimination planning in Central West Africa [Journal article]. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

Fifteen years of investment in malaria control on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea (EG), dramatically reduced malaria-associated morbidity and mortality, but the impact has plateaued.malaria, vaccine, initiative, Sanaria, elimination, Central, West, Africa

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(2020) Improving the performance of spray operators through monitoring and evaluation of insecticide concentrations of pirimiphos-methyl during indoor residual spraying for malaria control on Bioko Island [Journal article]. .

Quality control of indoor residual spraying (IRS) is necessary to ensure that spray operators (SOs) deposit the correct concentration of insecticide on sprayed structures, while also confirming that spray records are not being falsified.spray, operators, improvement, monitoring, evaluation, insecticide, pirimiphos-methyl, indoor, residual, spaying, malaria, control, Bioko, Island, Equatorial, Guinea

(2019) Characterising malaria connectivity using malaria indicator survey data [Journal article]. .

Malaria connectivity describes the fow of parasites among transmission sources and sinks within a given landscape. malaria, indicator, survey, Bioko, Island, Equatorial, Guinea

(2019). ELEMENTOS ESENCIALES PARA LA PREVENCIÓN Y EL CONTROL DE LOS ARBOVIRUS BASADOS EN LA COMUNIDAD: SISTEMATIZACIÓN DE EXPERIENCIAS EN CINCO PAÍSES EN CENTROAMÉRICA [White paper]. .

Este documento presenta una síntesis de las experiencias de cuatro proyectos financiados por la Agencia de los Estados Unidos para el Desarrollo Internacional (USAID) para apoyar la respuesta comunitaria a la emergencia sanitaria causada por la epidemia del virus Zika en Centroamérica que surgió en el año 2015.ZICORE, MCDI, Zika, Community-based, Community, best practices, practices, regional systematization, regional, systematization

(2019). The 2019 Concordia Annual Summit P3 Impact Award [Presentation]. .

“This long-term PPP, led by the Government of Equatorial Guinea, has succeeded in bringing together the unique and synergetic abilities of each partner to achieve sustainable health and economic impact at scale.”malaria, BIMEP, malaria, elimination, Bioko, Island, Equatorial, Guinea, concordia, P3, Impact, award

(2019) Mapping and Enumerating Houses and Households to Support Malaria Control Interventions on Bioko Island [Journal article]. .

The housing unit mapping and household enumeration system developed for Bioko Island enabled the BIMCP to more effectively plan, implement, target, and monitor malaria control interventions.Malaria, Bioko Island, Elimination, Mosquitoes, Mosquito, Guillermo, Garcia, Health, Global Health, International Development, Preventable Health

(2019) Human mobility patterns and malaria importation on Bioko Island [Journal article]. .

Malaria burden on Bioko Island has decreased significantly over the past 15 years. The impact of interventions on malaria prevalence, however, has recently stalled. Here, we use data from island-wide, annual malaria indicator surveys to investigate human movement patterns and their relationship to Plasmodium falciparum prevalenceMalaria, Equatorial Guinea, Bioko Island, Importation

(2019) Human mobility patterns and malaria importation on Bioko Island [Journal article]. .

Despite uncertainty, these estimates of residual transmission and importation serve as a basis for evaluating progress towards elimination and for efficiently allocating resources as Bioko makes the transition from control to elimination.Malaria, MCDI, Mosquito, Mosquitoes, Health, Global Health, Preventable Health, International Development, MCDI, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea

(2019) Evaluation of the residual effectiveness of Fludora™ fusion WP-SB, a combination of clothianidin and deltamethrin, for the control of pyrethroidresistant malaria vectors on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

The combination insecticide has been listed by the WHO-PQT for IRS and its use could help preserve the effectiveness of pyrethroids and make a significant contribution to the overall mission of malaria elimination in Equatorial Guinea and other malaria-endemic countries globally.Malaria, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, Health, Global Health, International Development, Preventable Health, MCDI, Godwin, Fuseini, Fludora, clothianidin, deltamethrin

(2019) Evaluation of the residual effectiveness of Fludora™ fusion WP-SB, a combination of clothianidin and deltamethrin, for the control of pyrethroid-resistant malaria vectors on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

Although both target-site knockdown resistance and metabolic resistance to pyrethroids were implicated in the local malaria vector population, Fludora™ fusion was effective under field conditions in controlling the resistant vectors for a period of 8 months on wooden surfaces on Bioko Island and represents a valuable addition to IRS programs, especially in regions with high levels of pyrethroid resistance.Malaria, indoor residual spraying, IRS, pyrethroid, resistance, Equatorial Guinea, Bioko Island

(2019) Promising malaria vaccine to be tested in first large field trial [Journal article]. .

The vaccine can confer up to 100% protection and will be tested in 2,100 people on the west African island of Bioko.malaria, vaccine, Bioko, Africa, Equatorial Guinea, Island, Malabo

(2019). Government Engagement: The PAPHyR Experience - Benin [Fact sheet]. .

In Benin, MCDI trains 14 Non-Governmental Organizations, called Agence de Mise en Oeuvre (AMOd), to be able to implement PAPHyR. To support the AMOd on the ground and to ensure ownership and sustainability of PAPHyR, MCDI involves local communal governments in the implementation and supervision of program activities.WASH, Benin, Local governance, governance, Sanitation, Hygiene

(2019). Institutional Triggering: The PAPHyR Experience - Benin [Fact sheet]. .

Institutional triggering is a vital tool that causes a feeling of disgust towards the practice of open defecation, specifically targeting influential agencies, organizations, and leaders.WASH, Benin, Sanitation, Hygiene, Triggering

(2019). Sanitation Marketing & Village Saving and Loan Associations: Madagascar [Fact sheet]. .

Along with behavioral change, improving sanitation and handwashing facilities plays a significant role in maintaining Open Defecation Free (ODF) status and preventing slippage (the return to open defecation).WASH, Madagascar, Sanitation, Hygiene, Marketing

(2019) Increased Biting Rate of Insecticide-Resistant Culex Mosquitoes and Community Adherence to IRS for Malaria Control in Urban Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

On Bioko Island, communication strategies need refining to sensitize communities about the effectiveness of indoor residual spraying (IRS) in controlling malaria vectors in the midst of insecticide resistance in nonmalaria vector mosquitoes.Malaria, Mosquito, Mosquitoes, Health, Preventable Health, Global Health, International Development, MCDI, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea

(2019). Sanitation and Hygiene in Schools: The PAPHyR Experience - Benin [Fact sheet]. .

Led by Medical Care Development International (MCDI), the goal of PAPHyR is to eliminate the practice of open defecation throughout rural Benin using Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS), which “triggers” communities into building latrines and practicing safe sanitatary practices such as handwashing. The project aims to reach 2.9 million people across Benin.Benin, WASH, Water, Sanitation, Hygiene, Schools, WASH in Schools

(2019). Malaria Diagnostics and Treatment Fact Sheet 2018 [Fact sheet]. .

With decades of experience, MCDI is a global technical leader in malaria diagnostics and treatment

(2019). Zika Fact Sheet [Fact sheet]. .

Bringing years of expertise in vector control, behavior change communication and community mobilization, MCDI is at the forefront of the Zika response in Guatemala and El Salvador.Zika, ZICORE

(2019). Performance-Based Financing Fact Sheet [Fact sheet]. .

MCDI works with the World Bank and local governments to improve healthstrengthen health systems through Performance-Based Financing programs.PBF, Performance-Based Financing, Lesotho, Central African Republic

(2019). Malaria Prevention and Control Fact Sheet [Fact sheet]. .

MCDI has incomparable experience leading major malaria control projects. Building government, community and individual capacity to prevent, diagnose and treat malaria is the organization’s legacy mission, and one it has successfully carried out in more than 15 countries.Malaria, prevention, control, vector control, BCC, behavior change communication, vaccine

(2019). Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Fact Sheet [Fact sheet]. .

Women and children in the developing world suffer poor health and premature death from common illnesses that elsewhere would be preventable and easily treatable. For 30 years, across three continents, MCDI has built strong, sustainable health systems that save the lives of mothers and their children.RMNCH, Maternal Health, Child Health, Newborn Health, MNCH

(2019). HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis Fact Sheet [Fact sheet]. .

The world has made enormous progress in the fight to end HIV/AIDS. But 37 million people are living with the disease and new infections continue to occur every year—faster than people are receiving treatment. Sub-Saharan Africa remains most severely affected, where nearly 1 in every 25 adults live with HIV.HIV, AIDS, HIV/AIDS, TB, Tuberculosis

(2019). Water Supply and Sanitation Fact Sheet [Fact sheet]. .

The world succeeded in halving the number of people without access to safe drinking water in 2010. But such progress belies the fact that today, 780 million people still have no access to clean water, and over 35 percent of the worldWASH, Water, Sanitation, Hygiene, Madagascar, Benin

(2019). Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment Fact Sheet [Fact sheet]. .

Cervical cancer is one of the leading causes of death from cancer for women in the developing world.Cervical cancer, cancer, CCST, Equatorial Guinea, Myanmar

(2019) Increased Biting Rate of Insecticide-Resistant Culex Mosquitoes and Community Adherence to IRS for Malaria Control in Urban Malabo, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

Sustaining high levels of indoor residual spraying (IRS) coverage (≥85%) for community protection against malaria remains a challenge for IRS campaigns. We examined biting rates and insecticide resistance in Culex species and Anopheles gambiae s.l., and their potential effect on community adherence to IRS. The average IRS coverage in urban Malabo between 2015 and 2017 remained at 80%.Malaria, IRS, vector control, biting, insecticide resistance

(2019) Molecular monitoring of the diversity of human pathogenic malaria species in blood donations on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

This study confirms that in malaria endemic settings, sub-patent malaria infections among blood donors are prevalent.Malaria, MCDI, Health, Global Health, Preventable Health, Mosquito, Mosquitoes, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea

(2018) Towards Elimination of Open Defecation in Madagascar [Conference presentation]. .

In Madagascar in 2010, an estimated 42% of the population practiced open defecation while 80% of the people lacked access to improved sanitation facilities.WASH, Open Defecation, Madagascar, Hygiene, Sanitation

(2018). PAPHyR Bulletin #1 (French) [Fact sheet]. .

MCDIWASH, Bulletin

(2018). ZICORE November 2018 Bulletin (Spanish) [Fact sheet]. .

November 2018 ZICORE Bulletin in SpanishZika, Bulletin, ZICORE

(2018). PMI Impact Malaria Project Brief [Fact sheet]. .

Malaria remains a fact of life for billions of people around the world and is a leading cause of illness and death across sub-Saharan Africa.Malaria, Impact, Brief

(2018). Behavior Change Communication (BCC): for Malaria Prevention and Treatment (Long-Form) [Fact sheet]. .

Close-out document for USAID ARM3 Project in Benin.Benin, Malaria, Behavior Change Communication, BCC

(2018). Behavior Change Communication (BCC) [Fact sheet]. .

Close-out document for USAID ARM3 Project in Benin.Benin, Malaria, Behavior Change Communication, BCC

(2018). Improving Malaria Diagnostics [Fact sheet]. .

Close-out document for USAID ARM3 Project in Benin.Benin, Malaria, diagnostics, malaria diagnostics

(2018). Supply Chain Management for Malaria Commodities: The right amount, place and time (long-form) [Fact sheet]. .

Close-out document for USAID ARM3 Project in Benin.Benin, Malaria, supply chain management

(2018). Improving the Supply Chain for Malaria Commodities [Fact sheet]. .

Close-out document for USAID ARM3 Project in Benin.Benin, Malaria, supply chain management

(2018). Case management: bringing malaria education, prevention, and treatment to the people [Fact sheet]. .

Close-out document for USAID ARM3 Project in Benin.Benin, Malaria, Case Management

(2018). Intermittent Preventive Treatment: Helping Pregnant Women Protect Themselves from Malaria (Long-form) [Fact sheet]. .

Close-out document for USAID ARM3 Project in Benin.Malaria, Benin, Malaria in Pregnancy, MIP

(2018). Helping Pregnant Women Protect Themselves from Malaria (Short) [Fact sheet]. .

Close-out document for USAID ARM3 Project in Benin.Malaria, Benin, Malaria in Pregnancy, MIP

(2018). ARM3: Summary of Key Achievements 2011–2018 (Long-form) [Fact sheet]. .

Close-out document for USAID ARM3 Project in Benin.Benin, Malaria, USAID

(2018). ARM3: Summary of Key Achievements [Fact sheet]. .

Close-out document for USAID ARM3 Project in Benin.Benin, Malaria, USAID

(2018). Technical Working Groups for Continual Improvement [Fact sheet]. .

Close-out document for USAID ARM3 Project in BeninBenin, Malaria, Technical Working Groups

(2018). Upgrading Skills and Standards in the Private Sector [Fact sheet]. .

Close-out document for USAID ARM3 Project in Benin.Benin, Private Sector, Malaria

(2018). ZICORE Guatemala August 2018 Bulletin (Spanish) [Fact sheet]. .

ZICORE Guatemala August 2018 BulletinZika, Bulletin, ZICORE

Reducing malaria morbidity and mortality in Benin: The ARM3 story (English)

Celebrating the 7 years of success of the Accelerating the Reduction of Malaria Morbidity and Mortality (ARM3) project in Benin

Reducing Malaria Morbidity and Mortality in Benin - the ARM3 Story (French)

Cette vidéo célèbre les sept années de succès du projet Accélération de la réduction de la morbidité et de la mortalité liées au paludisme (ARM3) au Bénin

(2018) Early changes in intervention coverage and mortality rates following the implementation of an integrated health system intervention in Madagascar [Journal article]. .

an interim evaluation of the first 2 years of a district-level health system strengthening (HSS) initiative in rural Madagascar, using estimates of intervention coverage and mortality rates from a district-wide longitudinal cohortjosea

(2018) Blood bank supplies in sub-Saharan Africa often contain malaria parasites [Journal article]. .

Research presented at the Multilateral Initiative on Malaria’s Pan African Malaria Conference showed that nearly one in four blood bank supplies in certain areas of sub-Saharan Africa are contaminated with malaria parasites.blood, malaria, Sub-Saharan, Africa, parasite, parasites, bank

(2018) High risk of malaria detected in blood for transfusions [Journal article]. .

The high prevalence of malaria parasites in blood for transfusion in Sub-Saharan Africa could be a major setback in the fight against the disease in the region, a study suggests.malaria, blood, transfusion

(2018) Advancing Global Health through Development and Clinical Trials Partnerships: A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blind Assessment of Safety, Tolerability, and Immunogenicity of PfSPZ Vaccine for Malaria in Healthy Equatoguinean Men [Journal article]. .

Equatorial Guinea (EG) has implemented a successful malaria control program on Bioko Island. A highly effective vaccine would be an ideal complement to this effort and could lead to halting transmission and eliminating malaria.Malaria, vaccine

(2018) Rapid selection of a pyrethroid metabolic enzyme CYP9K1 by operational malaria control activities [Journal article]. .

Since 2004, indoor residual spraying (IRS) and long-lasting insecticide-impregnated bednets (LLINs) have reduced the malaria parasite prevalence in children on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, from 45% to 12%. Apyrethroid, enzyme, malaria, control, activities, Bioko, Island, Equatorial, Guinea

(2018) Trends in parasite prevalence following 13 years of malaria interventions on Bioko island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

Whilst there have been substantial reductions in malaria transmission over the past decade, in many countries in West and Central Africa the malaria burden remains high. malaria, interventions, parasite, Bioko, Island, Equatorial, Guinea

(2017) Prevalence of substandard and falsified artemisinin-based combination antimalarial medicines on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. BMJ Global Health [Journal article]. .

Poor-quality artemisinin-containing antimalarials (ACAs), including falsified and substandard formulations, pose serious health concerns in malaria endemic countries. artemisinin, anti-malarial, medicines, Bioko, Island, Equatorial, Guinea

PAPHyR's Celebration of First ODF Village on ORTB News (French)

MCDI's PAPHyR project featured on Benin's national news during its celebration of the first Open Defecation Free village in April 2017

A Fondo - Equatorial Guinea Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment (Spanish)

MCDI and Noble Energy representatives appear on Equatoguinean news program "A Fondo"

MCDI Brochure

For more than 25 years, Medical Care Development International has acted on a central belief: that quality healthcare should be affordable and accessible, and that individuals, regardless of their circumstances, should not die of preventable and treatable diseases.

Follow-Up Mandona

A field guide for accelerating and sustaining open defecation free communities through a Community-Led Total Sanitation approach.

IEC Material for LLINs

English and Burmese

Malaria Guide for Teachers (Spanish)

El paludismo es una enfermedad que afecta a las familias de su comunidad pero sobre todo a los niños y niñas, con graves consecuencias para su salud y su vida futura.

Promising Pathways

Innovations and Best Practices in CLTS at Scale in Madagascar Towards an Open Defecation Free Country.

(2017) The Quest for Building Laboratory Capacity to Support Controlled Human Malaria Infection (CHMI) Studies in Sub-Saharan Africa: Experience with Five Sites [Journal article]. .

Conducting Controlled Human Malaria Infection (CHMI) studies in sub-Saharan Africa presents unique challenges yet it provides enormous opportunities for fast-tracking malaria vaccine and drug development. laboratory, malaria, human, infection, study, studies, Sub-Saharan, Africa

(2016). Sanitation and Hygiene Behaviour Change at Scale: Understanding Slippage [Fact sheet]. .

Primarily based on experiences from the Global Sanitation Fund-supported programme in MadagascarCLTS, WASH, FAA, Community-led Total Sanitation, josea

(2016). MODIFIER LES COMPORTEMENTS D’HYGIÈNE ET D’ASSAINISSEMENT À GRANDE ÉCHELLE : COMPRENDRE LA RÉGRESSION [Fact sheet]. .

Document reposant essentiellement sur l’expérience du programme soutenu par le Fonds mondial pour l’assainissement à MadagascarWASH, CLTS, Community-Led Total Sanitation, josea

(2016) A cluster randomized trial comparing deltamethrin and bendiocarb as insecticides for indoor residual spraying to control malaria on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

Indoor residual spraying (IRS) has been used on Bioko for malaria control since 2004.cluster, malaria, insecticides, deltamethrin, bendiocarb, spraying, indoor, control, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea

(2016). Follow-Up MANDONA [Fact sheet]. .

A field guide for accelerating and sustaining open defecation free communities through a Community-Led Total Sanitation approachCLTS, Madagascar, WASH, josea

(2016). Follow-Up MANDONA (en français) [Fact sheet]. .

Un guide de terrain pour accélérer et soutenir le mouvement des communautés exemptes de défécation à l’air libre grâce à une approche d’Assainissement total piloté par la communauté (ATPC)d’Assainissement total piloté par la communauté, WASH, Madagascar, CLTS, Community-Led Total Sanitation, FAA, josea

(2016) Fake anti-malarials: start with the facts [Journal article]. .

This meeting report presents the key findings and discussion points of a 1-day meeting entitled ‘Fake anti-malarials: start with the facts’ held on 28th May 2015, in Geneva, Switzerland, to disseminate the findings of the artemisinin combination therapy consortium’s drug quality programme. anti-malarial, malaria

(2015). Learning, Progress, and Innovation: Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion in Madagascar [Fact sheet]. .

GSF In Focus - Case StudyCLTS, Community-led total sanitation, FAA, WASH, josea

25th Meeting of the Steering Committee 24-29 March 2015 Madagascar

Water Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council General Information Compendium for March 2015.

Malaria Microscopy Tutorial

A step by step guide

Hope for Bioko

Marathon Oil and partners in the Bioko Island Malaria Control Project commemorated the 10th anniversary of the life-saving project in 2014.

(2012) The Effective Population Size of Malaria Mosquitoes is Greatly Impacted [Journal article]. .

Malaria vectors in sub-Saharan Africa have proven themselves very difficult adversaries in the global struggle against malaria. malaria, mosquito, vector, control

(2012) Malaria transmission after five years of vector control on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

Malaria is endemic with year-round transmission on Bioko Island. The Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) started in 2004 with the aim to reduce malaria transmission and to ultimately eliminate malaria. malaria, transmission, vector, control, Bioko, Island, Equatorial Guinea

(2012) Entomological inoculation rates in 2009 on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

The Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) in Equatorial Guinea started in 2004 with the goal to reduce malaria transmission and associated morbidity and mortality on Bioko Island.malaria, inoculation, rates, 2009, Bioko, Island, Equatorial, Guinea

(2012) Increased risks of malaria due to limited residual life of insecticide and outdoor biting versus protection by combined use of nets and indoor residual spraying on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

Malaria is endemic on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, with year-round transmission.malaria, insecticide, residual, spraying, indoor, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea

(2012) Performance of a Malaria Microscopy Image Analysis Slide Reading Device. [Journal article]. .

Viewing Plasmodium in Romanovsky-stained blood has long been considered the gold standard for diagnosis and a cornerstone in management of the disease. malaria, microscopy

(2010). Malaria Microscopy Competency in Liberia - April 2010 [Fact sheet]. .

The Improving Malaria Diagnostics project (IMaD) is USAID’s flagship project for malaria diagnostics. IMaD assesses diagnostic capabilities, and works with the NMCP and partners to refine and adapt standardized training materials, training plans and supervisory/ quality assurance plans. IMaD conducted the assessment and training described in this report.malaria, IMAD, PMI, microscopy, diagnostics, liberia

(2009) Combining Indoor Residual Spraying and Insecticide Treated Net Interventions [Journal article]. .

Does scaling up of malaria control by combining indoor residual spraying (IRS) and long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLIN) enhance protection to populations? indoor, residual, spraying, insecticide, net, interventions, malaria

(2008) A pre-intervention study of malaria vector abundance in Rio Muni, Equatorial Guinea: Their role in malaria transmission and the incidence of insecticide resistance alleles. Malaria Journal [Journal article]. .

Following the success of the malaria control intervention on the island of Bioko, malaria control by the use of indoor residual spraying (IRS) and long-lasting insecticide-treated nets (LLITN) was extended to Rio Muni, on the mainland part of Equatorial Guinea.malaria, vector, Rio, Muni, Equatorial, Guinea, transmission, insecticide, resistance

(2007) Malaria vector control by indoor residual insecticide spraying on the tropical island of Bioko, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

A comprehensive malaria control intervention was initiated in February 2004 on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. malaria, vector, control, indoor, residual, spraying, Bioko, Island, Equatorial, Guinea

(2006) Reduction in infection with Plasmodium falciparum one year after the introduction of malaria control interventions on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

The Bioko Island Malaria Control Project was initiated in 2003 to substantially reduce malaria on the island of Bioko in Equatorial Guinea.malaria, control, interventions, Bioko Island, Bioko, Equatorial, Guinea

(2005) An Unusual Distribution of the kdr Gene Among Populations of Anopheles gambiae on the Island of Bioko, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

In West Africa, Anopheles gambiae exists in discrete subpopulations known as the M and S molecular forms.malaria, Bioko Island, Bioko, Island, Equatorial Guinea

(1969) Country-level operational implementation of the Global Plan for Insecticide Resistance Management [Journal article]. .

The Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) has carried out intensive interventions since early 2004 to reduce malaria transmission through indoor residual spraying (IRS) and case management.Insecticide resistance

(1969) Factors Influencing the Effectiveness of Malaria Control in Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

MCDI is currently implementing an Android based tablet application designed to plan, manage, and monitor any service delivery campaigns at the household and individual level.Vector control

(1969) Outdoor biting by Anopheles mosquitoes on Bioko Island does not currently impact on malaria control [Journal article]. .

Vector control through indoor residual spraying (IRS) has been employed on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, under the Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) since 2004. This study analyses the change in mosquito abundance, species composition and outdoor host-seeking proportions from 2009 to 2014,after 11 years of vector control on Bioko Island.Vector control,Entomology

(1969) Increasing outdoor host seeking in Anopheles Gambiae over 6 years of vector control on Bioko Island [Journal article]. .

The impact of importation of falciparum malaria from mainland Equatorial Guinea on malaria infection in non-travellers and travellers on Bioko Island was examined.Entomology

(1969) Infection importation: a key challenge to malaria elimination on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

The Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) is a collaborative effort ofMarathon Oil, Atlantic Methanol (AMPCO) and partners, the government of Equatorial Guinea (EG), Medical Care Development International and other non-profit partners, and academic institutions. Its aim is to reduce malaria transmission and morbidity and mortality due to malaria in oil workers and in the general population though the use of indoor residual spraying (IRS) and other control measures.Vector control

(1969) One Year of Community Led Larviciding: Bioko Island [Conference presentation]. .

Pregnant women have been one of the main targets in the efforts to control malaria and in some settings they are routinely screened and treated or provided anti malaria prophylaxes and also provided ITNs. Studies have indicated that they are more likely to have detectable malaria due to higher parasite densities.Larviciding

(1969) Relationship between the prevalence of parasitemia in pregnant women and children: Bioko Island Malaria Indicator Survey 2008 - 2015 [Conference presentation]. .

To help scale up high-quality diagnosis and case management services for malaria and other febrile illnesses, MalariaCare is supporting Madagascar's National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) to conduct clinical case management training in the Menabe region, with training sites in Morondava, Belo, Miandrivazo and MahaboMalaria in pregnancy,Malaria Indicator Survey

(1969) Lessons learned: Malaria Case Management training in Madagascar [Conference presentation]. .

We compared strategies to increase net durability in 2014. Three groups of 300 households (HH) were randomly assigned to two intervention arms and one control arm.Diagnostics,Case Management

(1969) A comparison of the effectiveness of Behavior Change Communication (BCC) plus repair kits and BCC alone in promoting repair of long-lasting insecticidal nets in Benin [Conference presentation]. .

Since 2010 Liberia has progressively moved toward parasitological diagnosis of malaria. However in the last two years - since the first confirmed case of Ebola virus disease (EVD) on March 17, 2014, through January 14, 2016, when the World Health Organization (WHO) declared an end to the most recent outbreaks - the public health system has been overwhelmed managing this new diseaseBehavior Change Communication (BCC)

(1969) Malaria Microscopy Competency in Liberia Post Ebola Disease Outbreak [Conference presentation]. .

The BIMCP is being implemented on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, an Island with a population of approximately 250,000 people located in the Gulf of Guinea where malaria transmission is year-round and was the primary source of morbidity and mortality prior to the inception of the BIMCP in 2004.Diagnostics,Training

(1969). Targeted Top-Up of LLINs Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Presentation]. .

In malaria-endemic countries in Africa, a large proportion of child deaths are directly or indirectly attributable to infection with Plasmodium falciparum.LLINs

(1969) Marked Increase in Child Survival after Four Years of Intensive Malaria Control [Journal article]. .

In order to control and eliminate malaria, areas of on-going transmission need to be identified and targeted for malaria control interventions.Vector control

(1969) Serological Markers Suggest Heterogeneity of Effectiveness of Malaria Control Interventions on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

As part of comprehensive malaria control strategies, the Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) distributed 110,000 long-lasting insecticide-treated nets (LLIN) in late 2007 with the aim of providing one net for each sleeping area.Vector control

(1969) Determinants of bed net use in children under five and household bed net ownership on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

It has been proposed that ovale malaria in humans is caused by two closely related but distinct species of malaria parasite, Plasmodium ovale curtisi and Plasmodium ovale wallikeri.LLINs

(1969) Plasmodium ovale curtisi and Plasmodium ovale wallikeri circulate simultaneously in African communities [Journal article]. .

We determined the Human Blood Index (HBI) of malaria mosquito vectors in Equatorial Guinea.Entomology

(1969) Short Report: Estimation of the Human Blood Index in Malaria Mosquito Vectors in Equatorial Guinea after Indoor Antivector Interventions [Journal article]. .

Indoor-based anti-vector interventions remain the preferred means of reducing risk of malaria transmission in malaria endemic areas around the world.Vector control

(1969) Outdoor host seeking behaviour of Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes following initiation of malaria vector control on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

Insecticide treated nets (ITN) and indoor residual spraying (IRS) are the two pillars of malaria vector control in Africa, but both interventions are beset by quality and coverage concerns.Vector control

(1969) How Much Does Malaria Vector Control Quality Matter: The Epidemiological Impact of Holed Nets and Inadequate Indoor Residual Spraying [Journal article]. .

Anopheles melas is a brackish water mosquito found in coastal West Africa where it is a dominant malaria vector locallyVector control,Indoor Residual Spraying

(1969) Limited Usefulness of Microsatellite Markers From the Malaria Vector Anopheles gambiae When Applied to the Closely Related Species Anopheles melas [Journal article]. .

The human biting rate (HBR), an important parameter for assessing malaria transmission and evaluating vector control interventions, is commonly estimated by human landing collections (HLC).Vector control

(1969) Light traps fail to estimate reliable malaria mosquito biting rates on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

A successful malaria control programme began in 2004 on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.Vector control

(1969) Five years of malaria control in the continental region, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

A presentation concerning efforts made by the Bioko Island Malaria Control Project to strengthen the monitoring of IRS coverage through the use of a geographic information system based Campaign Information Management System running on Android-based tablets.Vector control

(1969). Improved Monitoring of IRS coverage on Bioko Island through the use of GIS-Based Campaign Information Management System (CIMS) [Presentation]. .

Between December 2014 and June 2015, the Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) distributed 149,287 long lasting insecticidal nets (LLIN) to 61,000 households on Bioko Island, achieving an Island-wide coverage of at least 1 LLIN per household of 87%.Indoor Residual Spraying

(1969) QUANTIFICATION OF BED-NET LOSS AND LEAKAGE FOLLOWING A MASS-DISTRIBUTION CAMPAIGN ON BIOKO ISLAND USING THE CAMPAIGN INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CIMS) [Conference presentation]. .

PfSPZ Vaccine is a candidate pre-erythrocytic malaria vaccine composed of radiation-attenuated, aseptic, purified, cryopreserved Plasmodium falciparum (Pf) sporozoites (SPZ).Vector control,LLINs

(1969) EQUATORIAL GUINEA'S FIRST EVER CLINICAL TRIAL: TOLERABILITY, SAFETY AND IMMUNOGENICITY OF PFSPZ VACCINE IN YOUNG EQUATOGUINEAN ADULTS [Conference presentation]. .

Beginning in 2015, the Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) adopted a strategic and targeted approach of indoor residual spraying (IRS) for malaria prevention.Malaria vaccine

(1969) LAND COVER DETERMINANTS OF PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM PREVALENCE IN URBAN AND PERI-URBAN AREAS OF NORTHERN BIOKO ISLAND [Conference presentation]. .

The Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) uses a GIS-based Campaign Information Management System (CIMS) that uniquely identifies each household based on geographical location.Vector control,Surveillance

(1969) STRATIFICATION OF INDOOR RESIDUAL SPRAYING (IRS) IN BIOKO ISLAND: METHODOLOGY AND IMPACT [Conference presentation]. .

From December 2014 to June 2015, the Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) conducted a mass-top up LLIN distribution campaign on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.Indoor Residual Spraying

(1969) WHY NO NETS? AN IN-DEPTH INVESTIGATION INTO THE DECREASE IN NET ACCESS ON BIOKO ISLAND AFTER BEDNET DISTRIBUTION [Conference presentation]. .

Indoor residual spraying (IRS) - spraying the interior walls of houses with insecticide - has been used on Bioko for malaria control since 2004.LLINs

(1969) A CLUSTER RANDOMIZED TRIAL TO COMPARE BENDIOCARB AND DELTAMETHRIN FOR INDOOR RESIDUAL SPRAYING ON BIOKO ISLAND, EQUATORIAL GUINEA [Journal article]. .

The Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) created a geo-referenced mapping system in 2012 assigning a unique identifier to all households similar to an address.Indoor Residual Spraying

(1969) EVALUATING STRATIFIED MALARIA CONTROL INTERVENTIONS IN BIOKO ISLAND: DIFFERENT APPROACHES TO FOCALIZED INTENSIFIED MALARIA CONTROL INTERVENTIONS THROUGH SPATIAL CLUSTERING AND RISK MAPS [Conference presentation]. .

The 2012 WHO manual of surveillance for malaria control proposed the monitoring of suspected cases, however the same manual fostered the use of confirmed malaria cases.Vector control,GIS

(1969) MALARIA SURVEILLANCE DURING THE TRANSIT FROM CONTROL TO PRE-ELIMINATION [Conference presentation]. .

Background: Larviciding has historically recorded success in vector control, known to be effective in urban setting where breeding sites are generally and easily assessable.Vector control,Surveillance

(1969) ONE YEAR OF COMMUNITY LED LARVICIDING: BIOKO ISLAND [Conference presentation]. .

Pregnant women have been one of the main targets in the efforts to control malaria and in some settings they are routinely screened and treated or provided anti malaria prophylaxes and also provided ITNs.Vector control,Larviciding

(1969) RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PREVALENCE OF PARASITEMIA IN PREGNANT WOMEN AND CHILDREN: BIOKO ISLAND MALARIA INDICATOR SURVEY 2008-2015 [Conference presentation]. .

To test the non-inferiority hypothesis that a vector control approach targeting only the most productive water container types gives the same or greater reduction of the vector population as a non-targeted approach in different ecological settings and to analyse whether the targeted intervention is less costly.Malaria in pregnancy,Malaria Indicator Survey

(1969) Reducing costs and operational constraints of dengue vector control by targeting productive breeding places: a multi-country non-inferiority cluster randomized trial [Journal article]. .

Previous studies demonstrated that fewer mosquitoes enter houses which are screened or have closed eaves.Vector control

(1969) Reduced Prevalence of Malaria Infection in Children Living in Houses with Window Screening or Closed Eaves on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Journal article]. .

As part of MCDI-Equatorial Guinea Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment Project, a training on Visual Inspection with Acetic Acid was held in March 2017 in Malabo.Vector control

(1969) Competency Test for Visual Inspection of Cervical Lesions with Acetic Acid (VIA). Equatorial Guinea-Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment Project [Conference presentation]. .

Cervical cancer is the second most frequent woman cancer in Myanmar and screen coverage was lower than one percent in Myanmar.Cervical cancer screening and treatment

(1969) Preliminary report of a study on "effectiveness, safety and acceptability of cervical cancer screening (CCS) using a visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA) and cold coagulation (CC) based single-visit approach in Yat Sauk Township in Shan State, Myanmar" [Conference presentation]. .

The Lesotho Ministry of Health initiated a World Bank funded Maternal and Newborn Health Performance-Based Financing (PBF) project in 2014, later re-structured as Health Sector Performance Enhancement Project.Cervical cancer screening and treatment

(1969) Improving Quality of Care and Perceived Client Satisfaction with Performance-Based Financing in Lesotho. [Conference presentation]. .

Since 2010, WHO has recommended that testing all suspected malaria cases with a parasitological test and high quality malaria microscopy remains the diagnostic standard.Performance Based Financing

(1969) Lessons Learned: Malaria Diagnostic Refresher Training in Africa Francophone Countries [Conference presentation]. .

To reduce stock-outs of essential malaria commodities at health facilities (HFs), the President's Malaira Initiative (PMI) piloted a monthly supervision approach in two purposively selected health districts in Benin.Diagnostics,Training

(1969) Reduced malaria commodity stock-outs at health facility level through monthly supervision in Benin [Conference presentation]. .

In Benin, from 2012 to 2014, PMI ARM3 project conducted Behavior Change Communication (BCC) activities in 28 of 34 health zones (HZs).Supply Chain Management

(1969) Assessment of Behavior Change Communication (BCC) interventions in support of malaria control activities conducted in Benin by PMI's ARM3 project [Conference presentation]. .

Malaria control programs often target vulnerable populations such as children and pregnant women.Behavior Change Communication (BCC)

(1969) The relationship between P. falciparum parasitemia from MIS data among pregnant women and children and assessing the use of ANC data for estimating malaria prevalence. [Conference presentation]. .

Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) and Long Lasting Insecticide Treated Nets (LLIN) are the two largest vector control interventions used by the Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.Malaria in pregnancy,Malaria Indicator Survey

(1969) Understanding the Environment of Malaria-Related Behaviors on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Conference presentation]. .

The Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) has conducted intensive malaria control interventions on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea since 2005.Behavior Change Communication (BCC)

(1969) Assessing the impact of malaria and malaria control interventions on the welfare of the population on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. [Conference presentation]. .

The objective of this study was to describe the patterns of use and explore factors related to attrition following two long-lasting insecticide treated net (LLIN) distribution campaigns.Vector control

(1969) Net migration or non-use? Bed net ownership following mass distribution campaigns on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. [Conference presentation]. .

The objective of this study was to describe the patterns of use and explore factors related to attritionLLINs

(1969) Social Behavior Change Communication and bednet retention, care, repair, use and impact in Benin [Conference presentation]. .

The use of durable, long-lasting insecticide treated nets (LLINs) is key to tackle malaria in Benin.LLINs,Behavior Change Communication (BCC)

(1969) A Comparison Between two Strategies for Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment: Hospital Based Fixed Sites vs. Community Based Mobile Campaigns in Equatorial Guinea [Conference presentation]. .

Cervical cancer ranks as the second most frequently diagnosed cancer and the cancer with the highest mortality among women in Equatorial Guinea.Cervical cancer screening and treatment

(1969) Mapping Global Sanitation Fund Open-Defecation Free, Non-Open Defecation Free, and Slipped Villages in Madagascar [Conference presentation]. .

The United Nations' Sustainable Development Goal 6 addresses globally the lack of water and sanitation. Unfortunately, proper sanitation access has not had the same success as clean water access as one third of the global population still lacks access to sanitation facilities.GIS,Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

(1969) Strengthening of the National Health Information System through the use of GIS Maps in Health Facilities on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. [Conference presentation]. .

The Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP), in collaboration with the National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) of Equatorial Guinea has developed, designed, and implemented the National Health Information System (NHIS).GIS

(1969) Use of dispersion index to identify key containers responsible for Aedes aegypti breeding in select communities of Guatemala [Conference presentation]. .

As part of the Zika Community Response (ZICORE) project in Guatemala, we quantified household containers that could become Aedes aegypti breeding sites in order to gather entomological data to target Zika prevention and control interventions.Vector control,Zika

(1969) Evaluation of community-level vector control activities and A. aegypti egg density indices in Guatemala [Conference presentation]. .

The Zika Community Response (ZICORE) project in Guatemala aims to improve surveillance of the Aedes vector by using entomological data as the basis for low-cost community-level vector monitoring as well as social and behavior change interventions.Vector control,Zika

(1969) Achieving an innovative and sustainable Performance-Based Financing program with the introduction of Risk Based Verification and Skills Based Quality Assessments in Lesotho [Conference presentation]. .

In 2014, the Lesotho Ministry of Health (MoH) launched the Health Sector Performance Enhancement (HSPE) Project funded by the World Bank to improve maternal and newborn health by Performance-Based Financing.Performance Based Financing

(1969) Incidence and risk factors for cervical cancer and pre-cancerous lesions in Equatorial Guinea [Conference presentation]. .

According to the World Health Organization, 34 out of every 100,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer and 23 out of 100,000 cases are fatal.Cervical cancer screening and treatment

(1969) Mass screening campaigns to increase awareness of cervical cancer treatment and prevention in Equatorial Guinea [Conference presentation]. .

Cervical cancer is the fourth most frequent cancer in women and represents 7.9% of all female cancers.Cervical cancer screening and treatment

(1969) Efficacy of artemether-lumefantrine for the treatment of uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum malaria in Klouekanmey and Djougou, Republic of Benin [Conference presentation]. .

In 2008, artemether-lumefantrine (AL) was introduced as first-line treatment for uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum malaria in Benin.Treatment

(1969) Enhancing the private health sector’s role through access to subsidized malaria commodities: game changer in Benin’s supply chain [Conference presentation]. .

As much as 60% of Benin’s malaria cases are diagnosed in the private health sector, where 70% of all antimalarials are also purchased, yet historically, the private sector has not adhered to national malaria diagnosis and treatment guidelines and has faced challenges with maintaining adequate stock-levels of malaria commodities.Supply Chain Management

(1969) Lesson learned: Development of National Archive of Malaria Slides (NAMS) in the DR Congo [Conference presentation]. .

The accuracy of malaria diagnosis by microscopy has been a challenge in health facilities in the DRC due to inadequate training, quality assurance, and maintenance of microscopy skills.Diagnostics,Slide Banks

(1969) Safety, Tolerability, Immunogenicity and Efficacy of PfSPZ Vaccine versus PfSPZ-CVac in Equatoguinean Young Adults. [Conference presentation]. .

PfSPZ Vaccine is a candidate pre-erythrocytic malaria vaccine composed of radiation-attenuated, aseptic, purified, cryopreserved Plasmodium falciparum (Pf) NF54 sporozoites (SPZ).Malaria vaccine

(1969) Safety, Tolerability and Immunogenicity of PfSPZ Vaccine in Equatoguinean Children and Older Adults. [Conference presentation]. .

PfSPZ Vaccine is a candidate pre-erythrocytic malaria vaccine composed of aseptic, purified, live (metabolically active), radiation-attenuated, cryopreserved Plasmodium falciparum (Pf) NF54 sporozoites (SPZ).Malaria vaccine

(1969) Social-Structural Implications of Malaria Vaccine Trials in Equatorial Guinea. [Conference presentation]. .

The Equato‐Guinean Malaria Vaccine Initiative (EGMVI) was established in 2014.Malaria vaccine

(1969) Screening Failures: How to improve coverage of vaccination? [Conference presentation]. .

Evaluation of the PfSPZ vaccine has been conducted in Equatorial Guinea (EG) since 2015.Malaria vaccine

(1969) Challenges of achieving effective contraception women of reproductive potential in malaria vaccine trials in Equatorial Guinea [Conference presentation]. .

Past studies have shown that the knowledge and use of contraception among women of reproductive potential in Equatorial Guinea is limited.Malaria vaccine

(1969) Qualitative assessment of long-lasting insecticidal nets to prevent malaria on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Conference presentation]. .

This qualitative study sought to examine incentives and barriers to LLIN use, care, and upkeep to inform social and behavior change communication strategies for integrated malaria control.Vector control,LLINs

(1969) The prevalence and distribution of Plasmodium species among children at Malabo Regional Hospital on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Conference presentation]. .

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Plasmodium falciparum (Pf) infections account for about 99% of the total malaria cases in Africa.Diagnostics

(1969) Assessing IRS performance and barriers in a gender-integrated vector control program on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Conference presentation]. .

Due to social, economic and physiological barriers, women have historically been underrepresented in spray programs across Sub-Saharan Africa.Indoor Residual Spraying

(1969) Utilizing a Campaign Information Management System and high-performance liquid chromatography for improved Quality Control of Indoor Residual Spraying with Actellic 300 CS organophosphate insecticide on Bioko Island of Equatorial Guinea. [Conference presentation]. .

Quality control of Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) is necessary to ensure spray operators do not falsify spray records and that they deposit the recommended lethal dose of insecticides on spray walls.Campaing Information Management System,Indoor Residual Spraying,Insecticide resistance

(1969) Trends in ITN, IPTp-SP usage and malaria prevalence and anaemia in pregnant women on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Conference presentation]. .

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends and emphasizes the use of insecticide treated bednets (ITNs) and intermittent preventive treatment (IPT) for all pregnant women in areas of stable transmission of P. falciparum malaria.Malaria in pregnancy,LLINs

(1969) Community engagement and the use of household mapping to target sensitization and improve IRS coverage on Bioko Island [Conference presentation]. .

Since its inception in 2004, the Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) has relied on Island-wide IRS as one of the major malaria vector control strategies.Vector control,Indoor Residual Spraying,GIS

(1969) Fine-scale mapping of localities households to plan, implement, monitor and evaluate malaria control campaigns on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Conference presentation]. .

The Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP), in collaboration with the National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOHSW) of Equatorial Guinea, has been implementing malaria control activities on Bioko Island for at least 14 years.Vector control,GIS

(1969) Impact of construction of social housing units on malaria vector abundance on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. [Conference presentation]. .

Construction of massive infrastructures that are often associated with urbanization has profound implications on malaria epidemiology and vector control in Africa.Vector control

(1969) The use of a Campaign Information Management System for rapid and efficient mass distribution and monitoring of Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets in an urban setting of Bioko Island [Conference presentation]. .

It is well established that long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs) can be used as a core vector control tool to reduce malaria transmission in endemic countries.Campaing Information Management System,LLINs

(1969) Follow-up of LLIN’s soon after a mass distribution campaign in two urban districts in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea [Conference presentation]. .

The Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) uses bed nets as the primary vector control strategy on Bioko Island.Vector control,LLINs

(1969) Factors associated with refusal and reluctance to Indoor Residual Spraying on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea [Conference presentation]. .

Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) has proven to be a robust control measure against malaria, and until 2015 it was the primary vector control strategy under the Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP).Vector control,Indoor Residual Spraying

(1969) Is Bioko getting the hang of it? Evaluation of a universal long-lasting insecticidal net (LLIN) door-to-door distribution and hang-up campaign in Equatorial Guinea [Conference presentation]. .

Despite the known effectiveness of long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs) in providing protection against malaria, maintaining universal coverage and use continues to be a challenge.Vector control,LLINs

(1969) Vector bionomics and transmission intensities of malaria vectors on Bioko Island over 14 years of integrated vector control [Conference presentation]. .

Entomological surveillance has been an integral part of the Bioko Island Malaria Control Project (BIMCP) since the implementation of the project in 2004.Vector control

(1969) Outreach training and supportive supervision for malaria case management in Zambia: the effects of focused capacity building on indicators of diagnostic and clinical performance [Journal article]. .

In 2008, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that the proportion of people treated for malaria with a confrmed diagnosis was low in Africa compared to other regions of the world.Diagnostics,Training