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  1. SPEED project Uganda - Engagement with the Speaker of Parliament of Uganda on mass action against Malaria

    In line with the SPEED’s advocacy agenda on scaling up IRS for malaria control through influencing policy decision makers towards IRS, three SPEED project team members led by the Project Director, Professor Freddie Ssengooba, joined the Malaria Control Program and other key stakeholders for an...
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  2. SPEED project Uganda - Indoor Residual Spraying: The low cost intervention for eliminating malaria in Uganda

    The SPEED Project at Makerere University School of Public Health recently held a consultative meeting with different actors and stakeholders in malaria control in Northern Uganda on the benefits and challenges of Indoor Residual Spraying as a key malaria control strategy. The meeting that brought...
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  3. Stories of change from Uganda - Government allocates 10 million USD to IRS to fight malaria

    BACKGROUND In Uganda, approximately 16 million malaria cases are reported, and over 6,000 deaths annually. Every day, up to 16 people die in Uganda, as a result of preventable Malaria. This situation has become Uganda the 9 th highest malaria burden country in the world. The burden of malaria is...
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  4. Members of Parliament welcome Indoor residual spraying Strategy for Malaria Elimination in Uganda.

    On 9th May 2019, the SPEED consortium organized a coalition meeting with Members of Parliament to disseminate the key findings on the cost-saving strategy study for the elimination of Malaria in Uganda using Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) intervention. Malaria remains a serious public health...
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