Infographics (For everybody)
Why malaria is still deadly and deserves our attention even now
Read about how ConsortiumHA is doing things differently to beat malaria
Know more about the team and the expertise they bring to the fight against malaria
Posters (For medical professionals)
Emerging Incurable Malaria in Southeast Asia – A Call for Targeted, Decisive Action in the Region
An Innovative Information System to Eliminate Emerging Incurable Malaria
Vietnam Malaria Status Update and Potential Plan to Eliminate
Emerging Incurable Malaria Strains
US Navy-NIMPE Collaborations & Operations Research Support of Malaria Elimination in Vietnam
If you would like to read more about malaria and the fight against malaria.
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