MAP – which houses the world’s largest malaria database and is at the forefront of efforts to track and tackle the disease – has been awarded a new grant by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
MAP travels to Laos to host an “Intro to Spatial Analysis” workshop with the Centre for Malariology Parasitology Entomology (NCMPE) team.
The Malaria Atlas Project welcomes its first Perth-based Curtin University and Telethon Kids Institute PhD Student.
MAP attends the ACREME Annual Meeting and the Finish the Fight Against Malaria Global Congress 2023.
The Malaria Atlas Project is delighted to welcome colleagues from the Mozambique National Malaria Eradication Program to Telethon Kids Institute.
Professor Gething and Associate Professor Weiss travel to India to meet with key stakeholders in the malaria eradication space.
Welcome to 2023! MAP started the new year with a 3-day workshop in Ethiopia “Spatial Analysis Using QGIS and R”.
This week MAP successfully delivered its second workshop, organised by EPHI National Data Management Centre,
With the year coming to a close, on behalf of the team at MAP, we wish you a wonderful holiday season and a Happy New Year!
WHO has released its annual World Malaria Report for 2022, which contains updated burden estimates that quantify progress in the global fight against malaria.