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PMI and PAMCA

The PMI VectorLink Project is hard at work in Cameroon today, highlighting the important work and lessons learned in malaria prevention and control in Africa at the 2019 Pan-African Mosquito Control Association (PAMCA) Conference. PAMCA brings together mosquito-control experts and researchers from Africa […]

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The Importance of Entomological Monitoring

The PMI VectorLink Project delivers vector control interventions and protects millions of people from contracting malaria. An integral part of our work is robust entomological monitoring, that enables entomologists to identify which mosquitoes carry malaria, the relative geographical and temporal distribution […]

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2018 Results and Project Outcomes

PMI VectorLink reports on a set of indicators to national partners and PMI for each spray campaign. The key outcomes achieved by the end of the campaign include the total number of structures sprayed, people protected against malaria with IRS, […]

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We Do Nets Too!

Integrated vector control for malaria, according to the WHO Guidelines for Malaria Vector Control, requires “rational decision-making for the optimal use of resources for vector control”.  For the U.S. President’s Initiative (PMI) VectorLink Project, it involves making vector control decisions—whether […]

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Johns Hopkins University visits PMI VectorLink Zambia

PMI VectorLink Zambia Boosts JHU Students’ Entomological Skills. The U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) VectorLink Zambia team recently hosted a group of Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Master of Engineering students for a three-day hands-on entomological training. As part of their […]

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