The links and references of this IRIN In-Depth on malaria are divided into the following categories:
- Reference documents (PDF files)
- International/National declarations
- Foundations/governmental agencies/think tanks
- International Organisations/Non-governmental organizations (NGOs)
- General References
- Academic Papers
- Journals
- News articles
- Maps and graphic links
Reference documents (PDF files)
  • Basic Facts on Malaria - Download
  • Harare Declaration on Malaria Prevention and Control in the Context of African Economic Recovery and Development - Download
  • "Rapid-Impact Intervention": How a Policy of integrated Control for Africa's Neglected Tropical Diseases Could Benefit the Poor - Download
  • A Comprehensive report by Roll Back malaria (Roll Back malaria partners) on the status of Malaria worldwide and on countries progress to control the disease through effective treatment and prevention - Download
  • Rolling Back Malaria: The World Bank Global Strategy and Booster Program - Download
  • Treatment of paediatric malaria during a period of drug transition to artemether-lumefantrine in Zambia:cross sectional study - Download
  • New Strategic approaches for malaria treatment and prevention - Download
  • Key feature to aid identification of fake Guilin Pharma Artesunate blister pack holograms - Download
  • Lancet viewpoint article on Malaria: Misrepresentations and inaccuracies - Download
  • Sources and Prices of Selected Products for the Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Malaria - Download
International/national declarations
Foundations/Government Agencies and think tanks
International Organisations/Non-governmental organizations (NGOs)
  • Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is a private non-profit educational and scientific organization working to close the gap between what is known about health problems and what is one to solve them
  • Médecins Sans Frontières
    MSF is an independent humanitarian medical aid agency committed to two objectives: providing medical aid wherever needed, regardless of race, religion, politics or sex and raising awareness of the plight of the people we help.
  • The Global Fundwas created to finance a dramatic turn-around in the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. These diseases kill over 6 million people each year, and the numbers are growing.
  • World Health Organization, Roll Back Malaria Department
  • World Bank
  • United Nations Development Programme - UNDP
  • United Nations Childrens Fund - UNICEF
  • Roll Back Malaria
  • Pan American Health Organization
  • Multilateral Initiative for Malaria(MIM)
  • The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI),
  • in the Americas
  • African Medical andResearch Foundation (AMREF)
  • The Global Fund
  • Malaria Foundation International
    Embracing Humanity Worldwide

    Our Mission is to facilitate the development and implementation of solutions to the health, economic, and social problems caused by malaria
  • Africa Fighting Malaria
  • The Child Survival and Collaborations and Resources Group (CORE)
  • International Committee of the Red Cross
  • International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
  • Malaria Consortium,

General References

Academic Papers

  • Articles on Malaria by The Lancet
  • "The economic burden of malaria" John Luke Gallup and Jeffery D Sachs, 64(1,2)S, 2001, American Journal of Tropical Medicine Hygiene.
  • "The economic and social burden of malaria" Jeffery Sachs and Pia Malaney, Vol. 415,Feb. 7, 2002
  • "Evaluation of long-lasting insecticidal nets after 2 years of household use" Kim A Lindblade, Ellen Dotson,William A Hawley, Nabie Bayoh, et al, Vol. 10, Nov. 2005, Tropical Medicine and International Health
  • "The malaria gap" Pia Malaney, Andrew Spielman and Jeffery Sachs, 71(Suppl 2),2004, American Journal of Tropical Medicine Hygiene.
  • "Malaria or the burning ague" in Plague and Poxes, Alfred Jay Bollet, Demos Medical Publishing: 2004
  • "Malaria vaccine developments" Vasee S Moorthy, Michael F Good, Adrian V S Hill, Vol. 363, Jan. 10, 2004,
  • "'Rapid-impact interventions:' How a policy of integrated control for Africa's neglected tropical diseases could benefit the poor"; David H. Molyneux, Peter J. Hotez, Alan Fenwick.
  • Changing Malaria Treatment Policy to Artemisinin-Based Combinations: An Implementation Guide.
  • Guidelines for core population coverage indicators for Roll Back Malaria: to be obtained from household surveys.
  • Malaria control Today: Current WHO recommendations, Roll Back Malaria Department World Health Organization, March 2005
  • Protecting vulnerable groups in malaria-endemic areas in Africa through accelerated deployment of insecticide-treated nets
  • Roll Back Malaria Department Newsletter
  • Saving Lives, Buying Time:Economics of Malaria Drugs in an Age of Resistance
  • Sources and prices of selected products for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of malaria
  • A Strategic Framework for Coordinated National Action Scaling up Insecticide-treated Netting Programmes in Africa, Working Group for Scaling-up Insecticide-treated Netting
  • The World Bank: Global Strategy and Booster Program
  • World Malaria Report 2005

News Articles
Maps and Graphics Links
Lead Features
Film and Pdf

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