1. Roll Back Malaria Tech Resource Network for Malaria Control in Complex Emergencies

ATTN: Secretariat

World Health Organization

20, Avenue Appia

CH 1211

Geneva, Switzerland


RBM Technical Strategies Malaria in Emergencies

2. Dr. Holly Ann Williams (point of contact for U.S.-based nongovernmental organizations)

Malaria Epidemiology Branch

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

MS F-22

4770 Buford Hwy NE

Atlanta, GA 30341



(770) 488-7764

  • An Interagency Handbook on Malaria Control in Complex Emergencies (in press).

  • World Health Organization

  1. J.A. Nájera, R.L. Kouznetzsov, and C. Delacollette, Malaria Epidemics: Detection and Control, Forecasting and Prevention, WHO/ MAL/98.1084, 1998.

  2. J.A. Nájera, Malaria Control Among Refugees and Displaced Populations, CTD/MAL/96.6, WHO Division of Control of Tropical Diseases, Malaria Unit, 1996.

  3. WHO, WHO Expert Committee on Malaria (20th Report), WHO Technical Report Series No. 892, 2000.

  4. Manual for Indoor Residual Spraying, Application of Residual Sprays for Vector Control, WHO/CDS/WHOPES/GCDPP/2000.3, WHO Communicable Disease Control, Prevention and Eradication, WHO Pesticide Evaluation Scheme, 2000.

  • Malaria Foundation International (<http://www.malaria.org>): The foundation’s mission is to facilitate the development and implementation of solutions to the health, economic, and social problems caused by malaria.

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