Reviewing South Africa’s malaria elimination strategy (2012–2018): progress, challenges and priorities

by Jaishree Raman, Natashia Morris, John Frean et al.
Malaria Journal, 2016 15:438 – Published: 27 August 2016

11 pp. 1.7 MB
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With a sustained national malaria incidence of fewer than one case per 1000 population at risk, in 2012 South Africa officially transitioned from controlling malaria to the ambitious goal of eliminating malaria within its borders by 2018. This review assesses the progress made in the 3 years since programme re-orientation while highlighting challenges and suggesting priorities for moving the malaria programme towards elimination.

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