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Mwajuma Ally Mandingo, 27, with her daughter Saidat, 9 months old, hangs a bed net in her house in Mtwara, Tanzania.

Mwajuma Ally Mandingo, 27, with her daughter Saidat, 9 months old, hangs a bed net in her house in Mtwara, Tanzania. Credit: Riccardo Gangale, VectorWorks.

Welcome to the Malaria Economic Research Community of Practice (CoP) webpage! The overall purpose of the CoP is to improve the coordination and collaboration among stakeholders in this field – including users (policymakers, program planners, implementers), producers (researchers), and funders of malaria programs and malaria economic research. The CoP is supported by USAID/PMI.

Please take a moment to register so we can identify the location and type of CoP constituents, as well as track our growing membership.

This platform serves to connect CoP members and facilitate knowledge-sharing. More specifically, it aims to:

  • – enable members to respond to and comment on key CoP documents (such as the Terms of Reference and draft research framework;
  • – serve as a repository of finalized documents and resources of interest to members; and
  • – serve as a key communication platform, housing the latest information regarding upcoming meetings and the like.

 

As with the community itself, the website can be modified to fit the needs of the CoP. To make a suggestion or ask a question, please visit the Contact Us tab.

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