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We're dedicated to the comprehensive control of malaria and other childhood infectious and neglected tropical diseases. A top-rated charity.
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Pedro Alonso Nov 17
Here’s a sneak peek of the cover of the new 🌍 World Report 2018 that we’re releasing on 19 Nov in Maputo. This year's findings serve as a wake-up call: urgent action is needed to get the response back on track, especially in countries hardest hit by the disease.
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Malaria Consortium Nov 17
It's . Premature birth is one of the leading killers of newborn babies in Africa. Watch our video to learn more about our kangaroo care initiative which provides infants with lifesaving care.
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Malaria Consortium Nov 16
It’s almost time for ! have selected us to present our work on the use of community dialogue to address antibiotic resistance in Bangladesh to the global health community
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Malaria Consortium Nov 15
We developed a 'One Health' approach to address in rural . Learn more:
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Malaria Consortium Nov 15
What are we doing against ? We are trialling innovative automated respiratory rate timing devices in Ethiopia & Nepal to improve the accuracy of pneumonia diagnosis to reduce the misdiagnosis and unnecessary prescribing of medicines 👉
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Pedro Alonso Nov 14
Stay tuned for launch of 2018 🌍World Report & “High burden high impact” response on 19 Nov in Maputo, Mozambique. Also looking forward to RBM Partnership 20th celebration & connecting with our malaria partners
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Henrietta H. Fore Nov 13
Pneumonia kills 880,000 children a year. It is the leading cause of death for children under five, but timely intervention can save lives. We’re testing innovative diagnostic devices in Ethiopia, Nepal and Bolivia with and .
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Malaria Consortium Nov 14
: Read about a project we are involved in, exploring the use of community dialogue for preventing and controlling in Bangladesh:
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Malaria Consortium Nov 13
This week is World Antibiotic Awareness Week. Find out how we tackle by reading about our project aiming to reduce the inappropriate use of antibiotics in humans and animals in rural Cambodia:
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Malaria Consortium Nov 12
Pneumonia is preventable & treatable. We have been working with technological innovators, researchers and companies worldwide for more than a decade to develop more accurate diagnostic tools to treat children appropriately. Learn more:
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Gates Health Nov 12
Thank you, for the work you are doing to . Together, we can beat this deadly disease.
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Malaria Consortium Nov 12
: Malaria Consortium calls for greater action and innovation to combat one of the world’s biggest killers of children under five. Read it here:
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Malaria Consortium Nov 12
Today is World Pneumonia Day. Learn more about what we do to prevent and treat the leading cause of death in children under 5 👉
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Malaria Consortium Nov 11
Tomorrow is . Pneumonia continues to be the leading cause of death in children under 5 worldwide. Watch our video and learn more about what we do to 👇
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Malaria Consortium Nov 10
Pneumonia remains one of the primary causes of death for Nepali children. Read about our ARIDA project and how it aims to help female community health volunteers in Nepal diagnose in :
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Malaria Consortium Nov 9
What have we been up to today? Our technical director was filmed for an educational video on . Stay tuned for more!
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Malaria Consortium Nov 9
In the fight to , Malaria Consortium works in global partnerships with , , , Pneumonia Innovations Network and others to achieve SDG 3.2 of ending preventable deaths of newborns and children under 5.
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Malaria Consortium Nov 8
Want to make a difference this Christmas? AmazonSmile donates to Malaria Consortium when you do your holiday shopping. Just go to: and shop!
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Malaria Consortium Nov 8
Malaria Consortium is committed to improving the evidence on management through . We developed a study in to evaluate whether children with severe pneumonia can be safely treated at community level, reducing costs & delays
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Malaria Consortium Nov 7
Earlier this year, held an open call to hear from people working on pioneering initiatives addressing antimicrobial resistance. We are thrilled to be among one of two winners and are looking forward to presenting our project at
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