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Malaria Economics
A series of papers, presentations, etc. about the economics of malaria.
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Economics of Malaria
Tr-Ac-Net and Liberia Coordinating Group
A slide presentation prepared for the LIHEDE conference in Greensboro, NC in July 2005. The presentation shows the huge economic impact of malaria - a huge drag on economic progress. Totally justifies a big commitment to reducing incidence of malaria. Questions why it is possible for "rich" countries to eliminate malaria, while "poor" countries are constrained by potential toxicity questions and the use of insecticides. Huge double standard!
Published: July 2005
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The Economic Burden of Malaria
WHO Commission on Malaria and Health
This study makes the case for making malaria a priority in development efforts, not only because of the health of the individual, but because of the debilitating impact on the economics of the affected areas.
Authors: John Luke Gallup, Jeffrey D. Sachs (Center for International Development, Harvard University)
Published: February 2001
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The Economic Burden of Malaria
Published in nnn Journal
This is the same Harvard / WHO study that makes the case for malaria being a priority in development efforts, not only because of the health of the individual, but because of the debilitating impact on the economics of the affected areas.
Authors: John Luke Gallup, Jeffrey D. Sachs (Center for International Development, Harvard University)
Published: February 2001
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Space Spray application of insecticides for vector and public health pest control - A practioner's guide
WHOPES WHO Pest Evaluation Scheme
This WHO report describes various ways in which insecticide can be used to kill insects while they are flying. Includes various approaches from hand held equipment, to pick up truck mounted equipment and aircraft spraying
Published: 2003
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Ghana - Roll Back Malaria Monitoring and Evaluation 2005 Report on Ghana
WHO Roll Back Malaria Programme
This WHO RBM report on Ghana describes some of the metrics associated with malaria in Ghana. It refers to more than 3.5 million reported cases of malaria, but only around 3,500 reported deaths caused by malaria. This does not sound right!
Published: 2005
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Report on Malaria 2005 Report - Executive Summary
WHO Roll Back Malaria Programme with UNICEF
This WHO RBM report executive summary describes some progress being made by the RBM program. NEEDS ANALYSIS
Published: 2005
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Report on Malaria 2005 Report - Section 1
WHO Roll Back Malaria Programme with UNICEF
This WHO RBM report Section 1 is interesting NEEDS ANALYSIS
Published: 2005
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Report on Malaria 2005 Report - Section 2
WHO Roll Back Malaria Programme with UNICEF
This WHO RBM report Section 2 is interesting - NEEDS ANALYSIS
Published: 2005
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Report on Malaria 2005 Report - Section 3
WHO Roll Back Malaria Programme with UNICEF
This WHO RBM report Section 3 is interesting - NEEDS ANALYSIS.
Published: 2005
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Report on Malaria 2005 Report - Section 4
WHO Roll Back Malaria Programme with UNICEF
This WHO RBM report Section 4 is interesting - NEEDS ANALYSIS. This section talks about monitoring and evaluation. This is an issue of interest to IMMC and the Transparency and Accountability Network.
Published: 2005
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AFRICA - ECONOMICS

An essay prepared in 2002 for a Roundtable on Africa's Economic Future. Published:
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