WHO launches a consolidated guidelines for malaria. The consolidated WHO Guidelines for malaria present all of the current WHO recommendations for malaria. This guideline bring together the Organization’s most up-to-date recommendations for malaria in one user-friendly and easy-to-navigate online platform. They are designed to support malaria-affected countries in their efforts to reduce and, ultimately, eliminate a disease that continues to claim more than 400 000 lives each year.
Through the new platform, MAGICapp, users will find:
- All official WHO recommendations for malaria prevention (vector control and preventive chemotherapies) and case management (diagnosis and treatment). Recommendations for elimination settings are in development.
- Links to other resources, such as guidance on the strategic use of information to drive impact; surveillance, monitoring and evaluation; operational manuals, handbooks, and frameworks; and a glossary of key terms and definitions.
- World Malaria Report 2020
- Tailoring malaria interventions in the COVID-19 response
- World Malaria Day 2020: “Zero malaria starts with me”
- WHO urges countries to ensure the continuity of malaria services in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic
- National Malaria Surveillance Guidelines 2019, Nepal
- Epidemiological Trend of Malaria in Nepal (2012/13-2017/18)
- Asia Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development (APFSD) Youth Forum 2024
- Nepal Health Facts Sheet 2023
- Progress of Health and Population Sector 2022/23 (2079/80 BS)
- National Antimicrobial Treatment Guidelines 2023
- Cervical Cancer Elimination Day of Action 2023: Marking the Third Year of the Cervical Cancer Elimination Effort
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