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Both of Mary Mulenga’s children had a fever. With one child on her back and the other seated behind her, Mary rode her bicycle to the nearest health facility in Zambia’s Kalulushi district, where she and her children live. Health workers in the facility assessed that both children had malaria-like symptoms and quickly conducted rapid diagnostic tests. Within minutes, results were available: both children had malaria and were put on artemether-lumefantrine to treat their malaria infections. Read the full story!
PMI Impact Malaria helped procure hundreds of needed slides for slide banks in mainland Zanzibar and Tanzania. This is key to effectively training laboratory technicians to detect, identify, and count malaria parasites. Learn more about PMI Impact Malaria's work in Tanzania.
Meet Lahai, a laboratory technician who examines patient blood samples for the presence of malaria at a district hospital in Sierra Leone. Read the full story!