APMEN Country Partners collaborated with the UCSF Global Health Group to produce individual country briefings which are designed as reference documents for researchers, policy makers, donors, malaria programs, as well as other stakeholders involved in malaria elimination. Topics covered by these briefings include country-specific malaria and health financing indicators, progress towards elimination, potential challenges to achieving and maintaining elimination, and innovative strategies and programs each country has used or is currently using in their quest to eliminate malaria.
The country briefings aim to provide a comprehensive yet succinct overview of the history and current malaria situations in each of the countries profiled. The country briefings are continually updated with the latest data provided by Country Partners, and using sources including the WHO World Malaria Report, the latest peer-reviewed literature and other publicly available resources.
The most recently updated APMEN country briefings are found below, and additional countries are coming soon!