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Expanding Access to Malaria Testing and Treatment through Private-Sector Pharmacies in Mali

Engaging the private sector in the implementation of Mali’s national malaria control policy, including the accurate malaria diagnosis and treatment in private-sector pharmacies, remains a significant challenge in the country’s fight against malaria. To strengthen the link between Mali’s National Malaria Control Program (Programme National de Lutte contre le Paludisme, PNLP) and private-sector pharmacies, USAID’s […]

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Financing New Diagnostics for TB

Although tuberculosis (TB) has existed for thousands of years, new tools for diagnosing and treating it are quickly changing the way in which countries plan TB care and treatment programs. The National Tuberculosis Programs (NTPs) in most low-income countries depend heavily on international donor funding. With recent declines in foreign assistance, however, increased awareness about […]

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