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Malaria Consortium
Description: Established in 2003, Malaria Consortium is one of the world’s leading non-profit organisations specialising in the prevention, control and treatment of malaria and other communicable diseases among vulnerable populations. Our mission is to improve lives in Africa and Asia through sustainable, evidence-based programmes that combat targeted diseases and promote child and maternal health.
  10 Apr 2017   2m6s 0 32 0
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Fighting NTDs: Five years later, five years closer
Description: On the 5th Anniversary of the London Declaration on NTDs, Malaria Consortium looks back on our five key moments in the fight against NTDs.
  03 Feb 2017   1m57s 0 59 0
2016: Reflecting on a few of Malaria Consortium's best moments
  18 Jan 2017   1m34s 1 116 0
Dengue Solutions in Cambodia (in Khmer)
Description: Dengue integrated vector management project: Cambodian communities fight dengue with novel, low-cost solution See English version here:
  01 Dec 2016   7m57s 0 57 0
Dengue solutions in Cambodia
Description: Dengue integrated vector management project: Cambodian communities fight dengue with novel, low-cost solution
  01 Dec 2016   7m29s 3 264 0
Bikes for health in Iyolwa
Description: Join our campaign to provide community health workers (CHWs) with bicycles in Iyolwa, Eastern Uganda. Malaria Consortium are raising £10,000 to fund 215 bicycles, which will allow CHWs to reach up to 3 more households per day and, therefore, treat more residents, who have malaria, pneumonia or diarrhoea. Please donate or join as a fundraiser here:
  22 Nov 2016   2m13s 1 161 0
60-second learning: Evaluating pneumonia diagnostic aids learning paper
Description: A 60-second introduction to Malaria Consortium's new learning paper: Evaluating pneumonia diagnostic aids. Kevin Baker, pneumonia diagnostics programme coordinator, presents. Diagnosing pneumonia can be very difficult. Malaria Consortium's pneumonia diagnostics study aimed to assess different respiratory rate timers and pulse oximeters, based on accuracy, acceptability, scalability and user-friendliness. The project took place in four countries: Cambodia, Ethiopia, South Sudan and Uganda. Over the course of the study, important lessons were learnt about effective implementation and best practice, and we shared these in our learning paper. For our recommendations, have a read:
  11 Nov 2016   1m18s 1 130 0
Nigeria works to curb spread of malaria
Description: © Al Jazeera A huge effort is under way to save the lives of millions of African children from malaria. Malaria Consortium is working with governments across the continent to distribute essential drugs to protect kids from a disease that remains the biggest child killer in Africa.
  04 Oct 2016   2m27s 0 140 0
Chimioprevention du paludisme saisonnier: Alleger le fleau du paludisme
Description: Dans cette vidéo, nous entendrons les volontaires communautaires et les agents de santé qui nous expliquent l’impact du paludisme sur la communauté. Shefahatu, mère de Umma, 3 ans, nous explique ce qui se passe quand les agents de santé communautaires du projet ACCESS-SMC viennent chez elle pour administrer les médicaments de CPS, et nous parle de ce que le projet représente pour sa communauté.
  21 Jun 2016   4m9s 0 14 0
Protocol film: Implementing a trial to evaluate pneumonia diagnostic devices
Description: To note that subsequent to development of this film, some terms have changed and this is now how they are referred to in all associated project literature: - Accuracy evaluation = Performance evaluation - Field evaluation = Acceptability and usability evaluation - Expert counter = Expert clinician
  07 Nov 2016   13m26s 0 96 0
Beating malaria: mobilising support for a malaria-free future
Description: Fifteen years ago, malaria killed a child every 30 seconds. Under the Millennium Development Goals, however, considerable progress has been made in preventing, diagnosing and treating malaria. As a result, deaths have fallen by 60 percent. Now, under the ambitious Sustainable Development Goals, we are aiming to reduce malaria cases and deaths by a further 90 percent by 2030. To find out more about the progress that has been and the challenges that remain to defeat one of the world’s oldest and deadliest diseases, watch our new animation.
  24 May 2016   1m36s 8 1027 0