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TiE Delhi-NCR partners Prayatna to organize Malaria Hackfest

Hackfest invites top tech schools in India to provide targeted solutions to fight Malaria; Awards up to INR 5 lakhs up for grabs

Researchers from IIT Mandi & DBT-inStem unveil biochemistry behind the resilience...

The collaborative team, through innovative experiments, deciphered the specific adaptations in larvae during dehydration, shedding light on the mechanisms behind their resilience

OptiViVax, a new international collaboration to optimise a vaccine for Plasmodium...

Currently, the two approved vaccines against malaria are focused on P. falciparum and do not protect against P. vivax

GenWorks Health launches IVD tests for Dengue & Malaria

These include the rapid card test kits for iScreen Malaria Card Antigen (Pf/Pv) & iScreen Dengue NS1  

Malaria No More India to partner Reckitt Benckiser on ‘#MissionZeroMalaria’

This partnership offers a great opportunity for MNM to add to its efforts of supporting India’s ambition of eliminating malaria by 2030

India witnessed 85.1% decline in malaria cases during 2015-2022: Health Minister

Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya delivers keynote address at the Asia-Pacific Leaders’ Conclave on Malaria Elimination

Asia-Pacific Leaders’ Conclave on Malaria Elimination to commence today

Deliberations on revitalizing national and regional momentum towards the goal of an Asia Pacific Free from Malaria by 2030

Malaria No More brings together key stakeholders to develop comprehensive malaria...

Despite progress in reducing malaria’s burden in the state, there is still much work to be done to achieve the goal of malaria elimination

Malaria No More signs MoU with Odisha govt to accelerate Malaria...

This new MoU marks the strength of the existing partnership between MNM and Government of Odisha, with an extended partnership period of 5 years

India showed a decline in malaria deaths in 2021 compared to...

11 highest malaria burden countries largely held the line against malaria during the pandemic