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WHO. Guidelines for procuring puiblic health pesticides. 2012 WHO. Guidelines for procuring puiblic health pesticides. 2012

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Date added: 05/09/2012
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Guidelines for Procuring Public Helth PesticidesPesticide procurement is a highly specialized and complex subject. Expertise is required to ensure that appropriate high-quality pesticide products are procured rapidly, effi ciently, economically and in a fair and transparent manner. It also requires the existence of national policies and guidelines, with clear and transparent procedures supported by appropriate legal provisions and controls.

WHO. Guidelines for Laboratory and Field Testing of Long-Lasting Insecticidal Mosquito Nets, 2005 WHO. Guidelines for Laboratory and Field Testing of Long-Lasting Insecticidal Mosquito Nets, 2005

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Date added: 07/02/2005
Date modified: 07/02/2012
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WHO. Guidelines for Laboratory and Field Testing of Long-Lasting Insecticidal Mosquito Nets, 2005The purpose of this document is to provide specific and standardized procedures and guidelines for testing long-lasting insecticidal mosquito nets (LNs) for personal protection and malaria control. It is intended to harmonize the testing procedures carried out to generate data for registration and labelling of such products by national authorities.

WHO. Disease Surveillance for Malaria Elimination, 2012 WHO. Disease Surveillance for Malaria Elimination, 2012

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Date added: 06/28/2012
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WHO. Disease Surveillance for Malaria Elimination, 2012The aim of the elimination phase is to stop local transmission of malaria, in contrast to the control phase, in which the objective is to reduce the number of cases to low levels but not necessarily interrupt local transmission.

WHO. Disease Surveillance for Malaria Control, 2012 WHO. Disease Surveillance for Malaria Control, 2012

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WHO. Disease Surveillance for Malaria Control, 2012A malaria surveillance system consists of the tools, procedures, people and structures that generate information on malaria cases and deaths, which can be used for planning, monitoring and evaluating malaria control programmes.

WHO. Community Involvement in Rolling Back Malaria, 2002 WHO. Community Involvement in Rolling Back Malaria, 2002

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Date added: 07/18/2002
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WHO. Community Involvement in Rolling Back Malaria, 2002The RBM community movement is both an active participant in malaria programmes and a political force intended to bring pressure upon governments to ensure that the health care needs of those most at risk of malaria are met. Evidence-based actions underpin all operations.

WHO. Assessment of the safety of artemisinin compounds in pregnancy, 2003 WHO. Assessment of the safety of artemisinin compounds in pregnancy, 2003

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Date added: 07/18/2003
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WHO. Assessment of the safety of artemisinin compounds in pregnancy, 2003Various artemisinin compounds have been used as treatment for different forms of malaria since the early 1980s, initially in China, where they were first developed, and subsequently in many other countries.

WHO. Antimalarial Drug Combination Therapy. Report of a WHO Technical Consultation, 2001 WHO. Antimalarial Drug Combination Therapy. Report of a WHO Technical Consultation, 2001

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Date added: 07/18/2001
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WHO. Antimalarial Drug Combination Therapy. Report of a WHO Technical Consultation, 2001A WHO Technical Consultation on Antimalarial Combination Therapy was held in Geneva, Switzerland on 4 and 5 April 2001. Participants reflected a wide range of expertise in the development and use of antimalarial drugs.

WHO- Targeted Subsidy Strategies for National Scaling Up of Insecticide-Treated Netting Programmes—Principles and Approaches. 2005 WHO- Targeted Subsidy Strategies for National Scaling Up of Insecticide-Treated Netting Programmes—Principles and Approaches. 2005

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WHO- Targeted Subsidy Strategies for National Scaling Up of Insecticide-Treated Netting Programmes—Principles and Approaches. 2005The purpose of this document is to help those involved in planning, promoting and implementing insecticide-treated netting (ITN) programmes make systematic decisions about how to target public funds effectively. It is based on a week of intensive dialogue—reflecting field experiences in 12 African countries—at a workshop on Mapping models for targeted ITN subsidies.

WHO releases new malaria guidelines for treatment and procurement of medicines WHO releases new malaria guidelines for treatment and procurement of medicines

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Date added: 03/09/2010
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WHO releases new malaria guidelines for treatment and procurement of medicines9 MARCH 2010, WHO Headquarters, GENEVA: The World Health Organization (WHO) is releasing new guidelines for the treatment of malaria, and the first-ever guidance on procuring safe and efficacious antimalarial medicines.

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WHO recommended long-lasting insecticidal mosquito nets. 2012 WHO recommended long-lasting insecticidal mosquito nets. 2012

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Date added: 07/20/2012
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WHO recommended long-lasting insecticidal mosquito nets. 2012Reports of the WHOPES Working Group Meetings should be consulted for detailed guidance on use and recommendations

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