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Together,
we can
end malaria

We are developing an innovative approach to stop malaria transmission

What We Do
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Our Work

Target Malaria is an innovative project aiming to reduce the population of malaria-transmitting mosquitoes in sub-Saharan Africa.
By reducing the population of malaria mosquitoes, we aim to reduce the transmission of the disease.

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Target Malaria lab staff honoured at Imperial College Provost’s Awards

The global COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the spread of malaria in numerous ways, from the interruption of key interventions like…

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The Kigali Summit: an opportunity for world leaders to reaffirm commitments to end malaria and NTDs

I am delighted to be in Rwanda this week to attend the Kigali Summit on Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases…

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How to advance environmental risk assessment of gene drive for malaria when it’s never been done before

Published in Malaria Journal last month, “Recommendations for environmental risk assessment of gene drive applications for malaria vector control” is…

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Celebrating a golden age of African malaria research

According to the WHO, there were 241 million malaria cases worldwide in 2020, and a vast majority of that disease…

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