Malaria Zero Stories from the Field

World Malaria Day: End Malaria for Good

Malaria Zero partners are using innovative strategies and a learn-by-doing approach to determine and deliver a key package of interventions aimed at shortening the timeline to elimination on the island of Hispaniola.

 

World Malaria Day 2016: Aiming for Zero

Malaria Field Agent Jerome Millerand goes door-to-door in the community of Dilaire, testing anyone showing symptoms of malaria, treating anyone who tests positive and monitoring neighbors for the disease.

 

Golden Opportunity: Malaria Elimination within Reach for Hispaniola

Dr. Michelle Chang, a medical epidemiologist at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), leads CDC's work on Malaria Zero. Haiti is a weak link in the malaria chain—the time to act is now.

 

Malaria Elimination to Inform Response to Other Disease Challenges on Hispaniola

As the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, Haiti is also beset with a range of economic, development and public health challenges, and remains, along with neighboring Dominican Republic, the last stronghold of endemic malaria in the Caribbean.