A Literature Review of Economic and Financial Factors Influencing Population Access to Core Malaria Interventions: Preventive Therapies, Rapid Diagnostic Tests and Antimalarial Treatment
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The Global Technical Strategy for malaria 2016-2030 includes malaria control and elimination targets for 2030 and interim milestones for 2020 and 2025. The nearest GTS milestone includes a reduction in malaria case incidence and mortality rates of at least 40% by 2020 compared to 2015 levels, the elimination of malaria in at least 10 countries and the prevention of re-establishment of the disease in countries that are malaria-free. This report summarises the available evidence on the factors contributing to gaps in access to malaria control interventions, with a particular focus on economic and financial constraints on the supply and demand of core malaria interventions in high burden countries.
CitationConteh, L.; Grant, C. and Patouillard, E. (2018) A Literature Review of Economic and Financial Factors Influencing Population Access to Core Malaria Interventions: Preventive Therapies, Rapid Diagnostic Tests and Antimalarial Treatment
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