Malaria Control and Elimination in Southern Africa – Progress, Challenges, and Priorities

  • D Moonasar Devanand Moonasar – University of Pretoria, School of Health Systems and Public Health.
  • J Chimumbwa John Chimumbwa- SADC Malaria Elimination 8 Secretariat.
  • E Leonard Elizabeth Leonard- Clinton Health Access Initiative South Africa.
  • S Murugasampillay Sivakumaran Murugasampillay, Independent Public Health Consultant.
  • R Maharaj Rajendra Maharaj; South African Medical Research Council.
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How to cite this article:
Moonasar D, Chimumbwa J, Leonard E, Murugasampillay S, Maharaj R. Malaria Control and Elimination in Southern Africa – Progress, Challenges, and Priorities. XIV Annual Conference of Indian Society for Malaria & Other Communicable Diseases (ISMOCD). 2023;56-59.



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