The Epidemiology and Disease Control Division (EDCD), DoHS has released a new Laboratory Plan for Malaria 2020-2025. The National Malaria Laboratory Plan aims to provide a guidance National program managers, laboratory managers, private health service providers, and all health workers who are working on malaria diagnosis laboratories.
The strategic objectives of this plan are partnership and collaboration with malaria testing laboratories, to ensure the malaria test services in all health facilities, to ensure the quality of the test and formulation of the body to regulate the quality of testing services in Nepal.
- National Malaria Treatment Protocol 2019, Nepal – EDCD
- National Malaria Surveillance Guidelines 2019, Nepal
- Epidemiological Trend of Malaria in Nepal (2012/13-2017/18)
- Malaria Micro Stratification Report 2018
- Malaria Risk Areas Micro-stratification 2020
- From 30 million cases to zero: China is certified malaria-free by WHO
- Interim Guideline for Malaria Program During COVID-19 in Nepal (Updated)
- WHO launches effort to stamp out malaria in 25 more countries by 2025
- World Malaria Day 2021: Reaching the zero malaria target
- El Salvador certified as malaria-free by WHO
- WHO Guidelines for Malaria (Consolidated Guidelines for Malaria)
- World Malaria Report 2020
- World Malaria Day 2020: “Zero malaria starts with me”
- Experts call for action on the commercial determinants of health and health equity
- WHO steps up the Director-General’s flagship initiative to combat tuberculosis
- New Horizons PhD Studentship: NCDs in Nepal
- University of Huddersfield Funded opportunities in Health Sciences and Healthcare Research
- Asia Pacific Leaders’ Conclave on Malaria Elimination 2023
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