Evaluating the Impact of IRS and ITNs: Lessons from PMI VectorLink

With the introduction of new indoor residual spraying (IRS) and insecticide-treated net (ITN) vector control tools, national malaria programs increasingly need to make data-driven, subnational decisions. 

On Wednesday, August 23, PMI Evolve and the RBM Partnership’s Vector Control Working Group hosted a webinar, Evaluating the Impact of IRS and ITNs: Lessons from PMI VectorLink. Panelists included Dr. Vincent Sanogo, a consultant for the NMCP Cote d’Ivoire, who shared insights into the country’s use of clothianidin-based insecticides for IRS in 2020 and 2021; and Dr. Aïssata Koné, director of the NMCP Mali, who discussed her country’s experience using the new dual active ingredient (dual-AI) ITNs. Joining them were three PMI Evolve team members who have worked on these impact evaluations, Dr. Sarah Burnett, director of integrated data analytics; Emily Hilton, research associate; and Natalie Gales, impact evaluation and data associate. The event was moderated by Hannah Koenker, a senior technical advisor for PMI Evolve and the RBM Partnership Vector Control Working Group’s Workstream 1 |Task team 4 Co-Lead. 

Watch the event recording here 

Access the slide deck hereEnglish Version

Read our Technical BriefEvaluating the impact of vector control interventions Results from the PMI VectorLink Project

These materials are also available in French: 

Accédez au diaporama du webinaire (version française) ici 

Lisez notre fiche technique: Evaluation de l’impact des interventions de lutte contre les vecteurs : résultats du projet PMI VectorLink