Malaria Consortium

Malaria Consortium

Consultation date: 12 March 2014

Malaria elimination strategy

Malaria Consortium’s work includes both implementation and research activities. One of the main goals of the organization is to identify innovative approaches for monitoring, evaluation and surveillance systems, and high quality implementation research.

Currently, Malaria Consortium is working in a number of countries located in different regions of the world: Cambodia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nigeria, Thailand, South Sudan and Uganda.

In Southeast Asia, Malaria Consortium is committed to working closely with the National Malaria Control Programmes (NMCPs) to contribute to the long term elimination strategies.  For instance, in the Greater Mekong Subregion, Malaria Consortium’s work has focused on trying to support strategies for rapid elimination in areas where there are high levels of artemisinin resistance.

At the moment, Malaria Consortium is developing its new strategy which will be available at the end of 2015. Within the new strategy, Malaria Consortium will continue to support malaria elimination efforts through implementation based on operational research. Over the next years, the main research priorities for malaria control and elimination will be:

  • Addressing bottlenecks in the health system and the private sector
  • Tackling drug resistance
  • Improving vector control
  • Delivering malaria interventions for migrant and mobile populations


Leading 20 project(s)

Apr 2013 to Mar 2014

Positive deviance pilot

Nov 2012 to Apr 2014

Beyond Garki

Apr 2012 to Mar 2017

Rapid Access Expansion 2015 programme (RAcE 2015)

Sep 2014 to Aug 2017


Sep 2013 to Aug 2018

Innovative Malaria M&E Research and Surveillance towards Elimination (IMMERSE)

Sep 2011 to Oct 2011

Oromia project


Partnering on 8 project(s)

Dec 2012 to Dec 2016

Improving severe malaria outcomes