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Intensifying the Fight Against Malaria : The World Bank's Booster Program for Malaria Control in Africa

ACCESS TO EFFECTIVE TREATMENT ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME ADULT MOSQUITO AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION ANEMIA ANOPHELES ANOPHELES FUNESTUS ANOPHELES MOSQUITO ANOPHELES MOSQUITOES ANTIMALARIAL ANTIMALARIAL DRUGS BACK MALARIA BED NETS BRAIN BRAIN DAMAGE BURDEN OF DISEASE BURDEN OF MALARIA CAPACITY BUILDING CEREBRAL MALARIA CHILD DEATHS CHILD MORTALITY CHILD SURVIVAL CHLOROQUINE RESISTANCE CLIMATE CHANGE CLINICAL MALARIA COMPLICATIONS CONTRACTING MALARIA CONTROL OF MALARIA CYCLE OF POVERTY DEATH RATES DECISION MAKING DEVELOPMENT POLICIES DEWORMING DIAGNOSIS DISABILITY DISASTERS DISEASE CONTROL DISEASE OF POVERTY DISEASES DISSEMINATION DRUG RESISTANCE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC PRODUCTIVITY EFFECTIVE USE EQUITABLE ACCESS FALCIPARUM RESISTANCE FAMILIES FEBRILE ILLNESS GAMBIAE COMPLEX GENDER EQUALITY GLOBAL EFFORT HEALTH CARE HEALTH CARE SERVICES HEALTH FACILITIES HEALTH INTERVENTIONS HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH PLANNING HEALTH PROBLEMS HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SURVEYS HEALTH SYSTEM HEALTH SYSTEMS HEALTH WORKERS HEAVY MALARIA BURDEN HIGH MALARIA TRANSMISSION HIV HIV/AIDS HOSPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS HYPOGLYCEMIA IMMUNE DEFICIENCY IMMUNIZATION IMMUNODEFICIENCY IMPACT OF MALARIA IMPACT ON HEALTH INFANT INFANT DEATHS INFECTION INFECTIONS INFORMATION SYSTEM INSECTICIDE-TREATED NETS INSECTICIDES INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS INTERVENTION IRON ISOLATION LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH LEGAL STATUS LONGEVITY LOW BIRTHWEIGHT MALARIA MALARIA BURDEN MALARIA CASES MALARIA CONTROL MALARIA CONTROL ACTIVITIES MALARIA CONTROL EFFORTS MALARIA CONTROL PROGRAMS MALARIA DATABASE MALARIA DEATHS MALARIA ILLNESS MALARIA IN PREGNANCY MALARIA INFECTION MALARIA INFECTIONS MALARIA INTERVENTIONS MALARIA MORBIDITY MALARIA MORTALITY MALARIA PARASITE MALARIA PARASITES MALARIA PREVENTION MALARIA PROGRAM MALARIA PROGRAMS MALARIA RATES MALARIA REPORT MALARIA RISK MALARIA TREATMENT MALARIA VECTORS MALARIA-ENDEMIC AREAS MALARIA-ENDEMIC COUNTRIES MALARIOUS AREAS MALNUTRITION MANDATES MATERNAL MORTALITY MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIO MEASLES MEASLES IMMUNIZATION MEDICAL RESEARCH MEDICINE MEDICINES MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS MINISTERS OF HEALTH MINISTRIES OF HEALTH MISCARRIAGE MORBIDITY MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY MORTALITY MORTALITY REDUCTION MOSQUITO POPULATIONS MOSQUITO VECTORS NATIONAL HEALTH SYSTEMS NATIONAL LEVEL NATIONAL MALARIA CONTROL NATURAL DISASTERS NEEDS FOR INFORMATION NEGATIVE EFFECTS NETS NUMBER OF CHILDREN NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS NUTRITION ORAL REHYDRATION ORAL REHYDRATION THERAPY PARASITIC DISEASE PARASITOLOGY PATIENT PATIENTS PERINATAL MORTALITY PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM POLICY MAKERS POPULATION STRATEGY POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTION POVERTY REDUCTION PREGNANCY PREGNANT WOMEN PRETERM DELIVERY PREVENTABLE DISEASE PREVENTIVE TREATMENT PRIMARY EDUCATION PROGRESS PROPHYLACTIC USE PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC HEALTH BURDEN PUBLIC HEALTH EXPENDITURE PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM PYRIMETHAMINE QUALITY ASSURANCE REGIONAL NEEDS REHABILITATION REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RESIDUAL SPRAYING RESOURCE NEEDS RESPIRATORY DISTRESS RISK OF DEATH RISK OF MALARIA RURAL AREAS SCARCE RESOURCES SERVICE DELIVERY SEVERE ANEMIA SOCIAL REHABILITATION SPECIES STILLBIRTH SULFADOXINE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUSTAINABLE MALARIA CONTROL TB TECHNICAL RESOURCES TETANUS THERAPIES TRANSMISSION CONTROL TREATMENT TREATMENT OF MALARIA TREATMENT SERVICES TROPICAL DISEASES TUBERCULOSIS UNCOMPLICATED MALARIA VECTOR CONTROL VECTOR CONTROL PROGRAMS VECTORS VICIOUS CYCLE VULNERABLE POPULATIONS WAR WORKERS WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
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Washington, DC : World Bank
Africa | Africa
2012-05-21T20:51:51Z | 2012-05-21T20:51:51Z | 2009

This document describes the purpose and context of the Booster Program, its first three years of operation and the proposed design of phase two of the program. Phase two seeks to build on the successes of and lessons learned from phase one and to enable the World Bank to play its expected role in scaling up and sustaining malaria control interventions to reach the new ambitious but achievable global goal set by the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership, of eliminating malaria as a major public health problem in Africa by 2015. The Bank has subscribed fully to this agenda, as illustrated by statements made by senior management in several public forums.

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