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The partnership promotes training on health reporting for journalists and health workers through workshops in Africa, Asia and the Pacific. The website carries regularly updated news and information, and links to useful resources such as training manuals. A mailing list enables workshop participants to exchange views on relevant issues.
This is an organisation of African scientists from different institutions that provides an atlas of malaria prevalence and risk in Africa. The website describes the data analysis that provides this geographical model of malaria, and aims to inform decision-makers on how to implement effective malaria control and treatment measures.
MARA is keen to disseminate its research results, and there are downloadable malaria poster maps and a user-friendly information tool, the MARA-LITe CD-ROM, which allows access to the results and products of the MARA project. Technical reports are also available in French.
MIM is an alliance of organisations and individuals working on tackling malaria. It aims to maximise the impact of scientific research on malaria in Africa by promoting capacity building and facilitating global collaboration to ensure that research translates into health benefits.
This website provides up-to-date information on funding opportunities for researchers in countries where malaria is widespread, and makes announcements of upcoming meetings. MIM works with several other malaria initiatives such as the World Health Organization's Roll Back Malaria effort to help coordinate the global response to malaria.
The MIMCom website is the hub of an electronic communication network that links African malaria researchers with the wider scientific world.
It may also be of use to non-scientists interested in malaria however, including policy makers, teachers and the media.
The site contains Internet resources such as databases and medical reference resources, links to malaria research organisations worldwide, online journals, discussion groups and training materials.
The site also hosts a monthly electronic newsletter containing abstracts of scientific articles, conference coverage, links to online news stories, and announcements about awards, meetings and training opportunities.