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A key role of WHO’s Global Malaria Programme is to monitor and respond to changing trends in the global malaria landscape. GMP regularly convenes the world’s leading malaria experts to review available evidence and advise on solutions to control and eliminate malaria. All published policies and technical guidance can be found in our document centre, in additional to reports, training modules, information notes, and other important documentation pertaining to malaria.


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MPAC meeting reports

The Malaria Policy Advisory Committee provides independent strategic advice to WHO on developing policy recommendations on malaria control and elimination.

WHO malaria terminology

This glossary aims to improve communication and mutual understanding among all actors in the malaria community.

Technical and expert groups

Both standing technical expert groups (TEGs) and time-limited expert review groups (ERGs) provide evidence-based options for recommendations.

Stay connected

To be informed of the latest publications from the Global Malaria Programme, we encourage you to subscribe to both our e-newsletter and “malaria news” listserv.

WHO Bulletin articles

The Bulletin is one of the world's leading public health journals. It is a peer-reviewed monthly journal with a special focus on developing countries.

Historical collection

WHO houses a vast collection of historical malaria literature, spanning nearly a century. The archive is a unique resource for the scientific community as well as national control programmes.

World malaria report 2018

This report contains the latest available data on malaria policies, interventions and trends in all endemic countries.

Global Technical Strategy for Malaria 2016-2030

The strategy aims to reduce global malaria incidence and mortality rates by 90% by 2030.

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E-mail: infogmp@who.int