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À l’occasion de la Journée Mondiale du Paludisme, Boubacar Tembely, biologiste pour Target Malaria au Malaria Research and Training Center au Mali, nous explique comment il tire un trait sur le paludisme.

À l’occasion de la Journée Mondiale du Paludisme, Mahamadi Kientega, membre de Target Malaria à l’Institut de Recherche en Sciences de la Santé, au Burkina Faso, nous explique comment son travail de recherche contribue à tirer un trait sur le paludisme.

Kadiatou Sanogo travaille au sein de Target Malaria au Malaria Research and Training Center, au Mali, en tant que chargée de communication. À l’occasion de la Journée Mondiale du Paludisme, elle nous invite à tirer un trait sur cette maladie évitable et traitable.

À l’occasion de la Journée Mondiale du Paludisme, Aissata Sanogo, entomologiste pour le projet au Malaria Research and Training Center au Mali, nous explique comment elle tire un trait sur le paludisme.

Thomas Gyimah, a PhD student working with Target Malaria at the University of Ghana, explains how his research helps to draw the line against malaria on the occasion of World Malaria Day.

On the occasion of World Malaria Day, Tania Persampieri, a senior technician at Target Malaria’s partner institution in Italy, Polo GGB, describes how her work helps to draw the line against malaria.

On the occasion of World Malaria Day, Rita Mwima, a PhD student working with Target Malaria at the Uganda Virus Research Institute, shares her efforts to draw the line against malaria.

On the occasion of World Malaria Day, Krystal Birungi, entomologist for Target Malaria at the Uganda Virus Research Institute, tells us how she draws the line against malaria.

Jacqueline Aidoo, a PhD student working with Target Malaria in Ghana, at the University of Ghana, throws light on how her research helps to draw the line against malaria on the occasion of World Malaria Day.

On the occasion of World Malaria Day, Hudson Onen, a PhD student working with Target Malaria at the Uganda Virus Research Institute, explains his commitment to draw the line against malaria.

On the occasion of World Malaria Day, Dr. Roya Haghighat-Khah, a researcher working with Target Malaria at Imperial College London, tells us about her commitment to draw the line against malaria.

À l’occasion de la Journée Mondiale du Paludisme, Dr Nourou Barry, anthropologue pour Target Malaria à l’Institut de Recherche en Sciences de la Santé au Burkina Faso, nous explique comment il tire un trait sur le paludisme à travers son travail de recherche.

Adéritow Gonçalves, a Pharmacist on the Target Malaria Cabo Verde team, working at the Instituto Nacional de Saúde Pública, explains his efforts to draw the line against malaria on the occasion of World Malaria Day.

Dr. Abdoulaye Diabaté presents the results of the small-scale release of non gene drive sterile male genetically modified mosquitoes that took place in 2019 in Burkina Faso.

Dr Abdoulaye Diabaté présente les résultats du lâcher à petite échelle de moustiques mâles stériles génétiquement modifiés sans impulsion génétique qui a eu lieu en 2019 au Burkina Faso.

Dr Jonathan Kayondo tells us more about Target Malaria and his team work in Uganda.

Dr Mamadou Coulibaly nous explique le travail de Target Malaria et de son équipe au Mali.

Dr Abdoulaye Diabaté nous explique le travail de Target Malaria et de son équipe au Burkina Faso.

Welcome to the virtual visit of Target Malaria's insectary at Polo d'Innovazione di Genomica, Genetica e Biologia (Polo GGB), partner of Target Malaria in Terni (Italy).

Welcome to the virtual visit of the Crisanti laboratory and insectary, partner of Target Malaria at Imperial College London.

Local participant in the neighbourhood around the Institut de Recherches en Sciences de la Santé (IRSS), partner institution of Target Malaria in Burkina Faso. Madam Madine shares her experience of being engaged by Target Malaria’ stakeholder engagement team in Burkina Faso and her opinion on our project.

Senior Advisor Entomology for the National Malaria Control Programme at the Ministry of Health in Uganda. Mr Ntege explains why vector control is an important part of malaria control and explains his experience of working with Target Malaria in Uganda.

President of the village development council and participant in Target Malaria’s project in Bana village in Burkina Faso. Mr Sanou shares his experience of being engaged by Target Malaria’ stakeholder engagement team in Bana since 2012. He also shares his opinion on our project and the activities taking place in the village.

Local participant and business owner near the Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI) in Entebbe, Uganda. Madam Okiria shares with us why malaria is still a problem in Uganda and her experience of being engaged by Target Malaria.

Dr Tony Nolan is a Senior Research Fellow at Imperial College London. He has been working with the project Target Malaria to help and develop a novel control tool for malaria.

L'expérience de marquage, lâcher, recapture (MLR) est un activité importante pour l'équipe de Target Malaria car elle permet de recueillir des informations sur les moustiques vecteurs de paludisme. Cette expérience de MLR a été réalisée avec des moustiques sauvages.

L'équipe de Target Malaria au Mali nous ouvre les portes de l'insectarium lors d'une visite d'une partie prenante // The Target Malaria team in Mali shows us their insectary during the visit of one of our stakeholder.

L'insectarium de Target Malaria au Burkina Faso à l'IRSS vous ouvre ses portes lors d'une visite d'une partie prenante // This video will show you the inside of the insectary of Target Malaria in Burkina Faso at our partner research institute the IRSS.

Professor Sir Charles Godfray is a Professor of Population Biology and the Director of the Martin School at the University of Oxford. He leads a team at Oxford that is a member of Target Malaria and they work on modelling the different aspects of the spread of genes through mosquito populations.

Field Entomology is a big component of Target Malaria's work. Krystal Birungi , Field Entomology Coordinator at the Uganda Virus Research Institute tells us about the importance of gathering baseline data to get a better understanding of the Anopheles gambiae mosquito in Uganda, the primary malaria vector in the country.

Target Malaria teams are working at various levels with stakeholder engagement. These include international and national stakeholders, working with the local communities in which the baseline fieldwork is taking place, with the communities around the insectary, and with local and national authorities. Our teams are committed to explain the project and its phases, answer questions and address any concerns that may arise.