Ifakara Health Institute (IHI)

Ifakara Health Institute (IHI)

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Malaria elimination strategy

The aim of IHI research activities is to move from basic science and discovery to policy and action.

Malaria is a major area of focus within IHI, covering the full spectrum from basic science, through efficacy and effectiveness studies, to policy implementation and health system monitoring. IHI has a whole range of expertise, including entomology, molecular biology, immunology, genetics, clinical sciences and epidemiology.


Leading 43 project(s)

2015 to 2017

Eave tubes for mosquito control


Partnering on 14 project(s)

Jan 2013 to Sep 2015

Targeting pregnant women to monitor malaria transmission

Sep 2013 to Dec 2014

Introduction of Eurartesim in Burkina Faso, Mozambique, Ghana and Tanzania

May 2011 to Mar 2016

AvecNet Consortium – African Vector Control: New tools

Jan 2013 to Jun 2017

Pilot phase for the MAL067 RTS,S immunology ancillary study

Oct 2014 to Oct 2015

ECO-RTS,S - Cost of implementation of malaria vaccination programmes in five sub-Saharan African countries

Oct 2009 to Oct 2013

Effectiveness and Safety Studies of Antimalarials in Africa (INESS) - Tanzania, Ghana, Burkina Faso, Mozambique

Sep 2008 to Oct 2012

The Governance of Health Systems

Jun 2012 to Jul 2017

Mal067- Understanding RTS,S malaria vaccine-induced protection through integrated analysis of antibody, B cell and T cell immune responses