Climate Variability and Change: Implications for Malaria Control and Elimination in Africa

April 28, 2014 - 12:00pm to April 30, 2014 - 4:00pm

In Ethiopia, malaria continues to be a major public health concern with an estimated two thirds of the national population at risk of infection. Tackling a key driver, this workshop was convened to advance the understanding of the impact of Climate variability and change in relation to the malaria burden to better inform policy decisions related to current control and future elimination strategies. To achieve this, the workshop explored data, methodologies and tools that could be used by National public health researchers to improve malaria risk assessments.

To read the workshop report, please click here.

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