Zambia looks to pursue an increasingly aggressive strategy in pursuit of a malaria-free country. The strategy will use a stratified approach to deploy interventions across the country, building on progress to date, and accelerate efforts toward national elimination with a focus on strengthening surveillance systems, expanding access to diagnosis and treatment, enhancing coverage of vector control interventions, and rolling out population-wide and focal drug-based strategies where appropriate.
Corporate author(s): PATH, Zambia National Malaria Elimination Programme, Imperial College, Zambia Ministry of Health
Publication date: November 2016
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Related regions: Africa
See also: Emerging and epidemic diseases > Malaria
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