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Global efforts over the last decades have contributed to dramatic declines in malaria around the world. Progress is also being made on the scientific front; new tools for controlling the disease are now being tested. By investing in proven malaria-control programs and accelerating promising research, we can move closer to the long-term goal of eradicating the disease.

Learn more below and visit the program page for more details about our work in this area.

Herding mosquitos, peanut butter antibiotics, and LEDs that guess your age – just a few of the great ideas funded in Grand Challenges Explorations Round 14

After seven years and 14 rounds of Grand Challenges Explorations (GCE), you might think we’re finding the world to be out of big, bold ideas. But the challenge of “One great idea, $100,000 to prove it” continues to strike a chord with innovators around the world. This round, we received over 1,800 applications from 109 countries presenting creative solutions to the six challenges we posed. We are pleased to announce 52 awards to researchers in 19 countries.

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Malaria? There's an App for That in Mozambique

Halima Ndala uses an app on her smartphone to spread the word about malaria prevention in Mozambique.

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Imagining No Malaria

Partnerships between the Global Fund and faith-based organizations play a key role in the fight against malaria.

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Fake Antimalarials: How Big Is the problem?

The news from our research is reassuring...we did not find any fake medicines. But poor quality drugs still exist and are a great concern.

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Protecting Pregnant Women from Malaria – A Missed “Quick Win”

[P]regnant women were harboring the malaria parasite but most of them were asymptomatic. They neither suspected having malaria nor were they trying to find out if they were infected.

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