Dr. James Tibenderana (Global Technical Director, Malaria Consortium) recently wrote a piece about Africa’s data revolution. Dr. Tibenderana called for a smarter data-driven way of fighting malaria and urged the need for investing more in malaria surveillance systems.
This view was advocated during the Multilateral Initiative Malaria (MIM) Conference in Senegal by Malaria Consortium and many other key stakeholders. For those who were unable to stop by Malaria Consortium’s booth to participate in the Live Q&A sessions, click on the links below to listen to top scientists and crucial stakeholders discuss the following topics:
In addition to our symposium on seasonal malaria chemoprevention, Malaria Consortium also held a plenary discussion on digital health system strengthening. You can find posters presented at MIM by Malaria Consortium’s experts here covering co-implementation of malaria, neglected tropical diseases and sanitation, the importance of community involvement and the necessary conditions for continuous net distribution.