Join us in London or online to commemorate World Malaria Day in an interactive session with free resources and a discussion about the importance of malaria diagnosis and the challenges associated with it.
Bill Gates, whose Foundation funds the ACT Consortium, and UK Chancellor George Osbourne announced a joint commitment of £3 billion over the next five years to help the world get closer to winning the war on malaria.
The ACT Consortium will announce, in Addis Ababa, activities to help improve malaria diagnosis and treatment. The Ethiopian capital will host the first international summit on Social and Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC) on 8-10 February.
This call for applications is for individual institution or group of Institutions (consortia) within a country in Africa to host the 7th MIM Pan-African Malaria conference.
Global health researchers engaged in discussions on ACT Consortium research at this year's meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) in Philadelphia, USA.
The ACT Consortium presents results from 25 studies conducted in 10 countries since 2007 at this year's American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) meeting. The conference takes place in Philadelphia, USA between 25 and 29 October.
Every dollar in the 2016 replenishment will count for the Global Fund's effort in accomplishing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) says Debora Derrick from Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
"Answering key questions on malaria" is the lay summary of 25 research studies in 10 coutries in Africa and Asia. It is now available to the public at no cost, in English, French and Portuguese.
Campbell and Ōmura win for their work on a therapy against roundworm, sharing the prize with Tu for her work on a therapy against malaria
The Director of the Malaria Programme at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation passed away on 19 September in Seattle, USA.
The ACT Consortium drug quality programme shared findings on antimalarial sampling and analysis in a session dedicated to the surveillance of poor quality medicines.
The role of community health workers in malaria diagnosis, the cost-effectiveness of rapid diagnostic tests and the contribution of research consortia to malaria policy were ACT Consortium highlights from the second day of the congress.
On the first day of the European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health in Basel, Switzerland, the ACT Consortium director and investigators presented findings from various research studies on malaria diagnostics.
This year's European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health begins on Sunday, 6th September in the Swiss city of Basel. ACT Consortium investigators will present their latest research findings on malaria diagnosis and treatment.
The Roll Back Malaria (RBM) partnership is to restructure to meet the new challenges posed in the post-2015 era whilst building on the success of the last 17 years.