Background Papers

Case study series on malaria in conflicts and emergencies

An analysis of malaria activities in diverse emergency settings revealed common themes across heterogeneous case studies, advancing critical lessons for both national malaria programs working towards elimination and the global malaria community.

Screen and treat strategies for malaria elimination: A review of evidence

A systematic review of both literature and experiences from national malaria control programs explores the utility and effectiveness of screen and treat methods, which may play an important role in supplementing routine case management through passive case detection, for transmission reduction and surveillance.

Implementing effective community engagement for malaria control and elimination: Opportunities and challenges

A case study that investigates and address the gaps in the implementation of effective community engagement for malaria control and elimination by examining community engagement practices in malaria and other health and development sectors.