Translating scientific concepts into local African languages
Engagement with stakeholders ensures that Target Malaria’s technology, and our project activities, are accurately and honestly communicated to all, most importantly to the potential beneficiaries of the technology in Africa.…Read more
Two years of laboratory studies on the non gene drive genetically modified sterile male mosquitoes concluded successfully in Mali
The Target Malaria Mali team at the Malaria Research and Training Centre (MRTC) based at the University of Sciences, Techniques and Technologies of Bamako (USTTB) is proud to have been…Read more
Target Malaria’s young scientists share their personal stories on how they are drawing the line against malaria
Science is all about understanding nature and applying the knowledge obtained through research to improving people’s lives. Every time a young person decides to start a career in scientific research…Read more
Draw the line against malaria!
Over the past few decades, 1.5 billion malaria cases were prevented and 7.6 million lives worldwide were saved. Progress has been impressive, but the disease is fighting back. The number…Read more
World Malaria Report: We saved millions, but we need to do more
The World Health Organization is releasing today its annual World Malaria Report 2020. While the report gave many reasons to celebrate, the situation in Africa is not progressing like the…Read more
Why eradicating Malaria in Africa requires a specific approach and new tools?
Africa has been described as the continent on the rise. In 2014, the World Bank hailed the continent for two decades of steady economic growth that “represent[ed] a quantum jump”.…Read more
Welcome to our insectary in Mali!
There is a buzz within the Malaria Research and Training Center, which is set within the lush green grounds of the University of Sciences, Techniques and Technologies of Bamako, Mali.…Read more
Dr. Coulibaly shares his view on Target Malaria Mali
We are quite excited about the new challenges this year brings to the Target Malaria team in Mali. We have made great progress and are enthusiastic to build further on…Read more