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Newsletter | March 2022
Welcome to the March edition of the Malaria Consortium newsletter
This month, you can read about our work in promoting African research and how women are breaking down gender barriers through our programmes. We share details of upcoming webinars from our sector and you can access our most recent publications on malaria surveillance, integrated healthcare and seasonal malaria chemoprevention. 

Read on to find out more...
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How we approach capacity development

Strengthening local capacity is the key to sustainable development. Find out more about our organisational approach, how we offer technical assistance and our capacity development portfolio across the countries we work in.

Read our capacity statement
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Our Senior Research Advisor, Dr Jane Achan, is speaking at an MDPI webinar on 28 March, 13:30pm CET, discussing malaria chemoprevention strategies, an important component of malaria control and prevention.

Register for the event
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Our Senior Vector Control Specialist, Dr Leo Braack, is moderating APMEN's upcoming webinar on 30 March, 14:00 SNST, discussing the historical successes, current challenges and future potential of malaria larval source management.

Register for the event
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On 8 March, we celebrated how women are breaking down gender barriers through our programme delivery. As mothers, health workers and community leaders, these women are helping to prevent, diagnose and treat malaria and other communicable diseases in their communities. Their roles are vital in ensuring good health outcomes for everyone including women, households and villages.
We believe that empowering women is essential to deliver Sustainable Development Goal 5 – the achievement of gender equality and empowerment of all women and girls. When disease burdens and gender barriers are reduced, everyone can thrive.

Read our IWD blog
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Last month, European and African Heads of State met for the 6th EU-AU Summit in Brussels. We welcome greater EU-AU collaboration and promote African research, science, partnerships and leadership to help drive down the malaria burden.
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Read insights from our two-year hybrid study of the feasibility and acceptability of SMC implementation and the demonstrable impact of this intervention on malaria prevention in Nampula province.
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Devastating floods in Aweil South have destroyed many health facilities. With support from the South Sudan Humanitarian Fund, we are working in the region to reduce the distance that people need to travel to access integrated healthcare services.
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We identify lessons learned through working with existing community structures, health centres, district health offices and community levels to improve malaria case detection and surveillance in Ethiopia.
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