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We believe information about products and services that could benefit people should be made available to consumers to help them make informed decisions about their health care. Therefore, we try to provide accurate and reliable information by working with different fact-checkers to review articles for factual accuracy, relevance, and timeliness. A team of qualified and experienced fact-checkers rigorously reviewed our content before publishing it on our website. At E-health, we rely on the most current and reputable sources cited in the text and listed at the bottom of each article. Content is fact-checked after it has been edited and before publication. 

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The Malaria Information Exchange Network consists of 600+ members. The purpose of the community is to connect researchers and practitioners and to disseminate malaria information. We welcome your comments and contributions.

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May 2, 2003

Roll Back Malaria – Africa Malaria Report 2003

Data on the progress in coverage with RBM interventions and on the burden of malaria at population level in Africa are increasing. This report drew information mainly from the following sources, which are described here with a focus on their quality, reliability, representativeness, and potential for future RBM monitoring.


MRC – Malaria in southern AfricaThis is the Malaria Research Program of the MRC of South Africa and contains general malaria information, information about prophylaxis, treatment, case statistics, advice to travellers, risk areas;

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