Advocacy materials

The ACTwatch project: methods to describe anti-malarial markets in seven countries - Journal Article

Peer-reviewed | Benin | Cambodia | DR Congo | Madagascar | Nigeria | Uganda | Zambia | 2011

Shewchuk et al.: The ACTwatch project: methods to describe anti-malarial markets in seven countries. Malaria Journal 2011 10:325.

Monitoring fever treatment behaviour and equitable access to effective medicines in the context of initiatives to improve ACT access: baseline results and implications for programming in six African countries - Journal Article

Peer-reviewed | Benin | DR Congo | Madagascar | Nigeria | Uganda | Zambia | 2011

Littrell et al.: Monitoring fever treatment behaviour and equitable access to effective medicines in the context of initiatives to improve ACT access: baseline results and implications for programming in six African countries. Malaria Journal 2011 10:327.

Got ACTs? Availability, price, market share and provider knowledge of anti-malarial medicines in public and private sector outlets in six malaria- endemic countries - Journal Article

Peer-reviewed | Benin | DR Congo | Madagascar | Nigeria | Uganda | Zambia | 2011

O’Connell et al.: Got ACTs? Availability, price, market share and provider knowledge of anti-malarial medicines in public and private sector outlets in six malaria-endemic countries. Malaria Journal 2011 10:326.

The potential of the private sector to promote the integration of rapid diagnostic tests for malaria into developing country health systems: a multi-country study - Presentation

Presentations | Benin | DR Congo | Madagascar | Nigeria | Uganda | Zambia | 2011

Presented in July 2011 at the iHEA conference. 

The private sector role in the supply of antimalarial drugs: Evidence from ACTwatch & implications for initiatives to improve ACT access - Presentation

Presentations | Benin | Cambodia | DR Congo | Madagascar | Nigeria | Uganda | Zambia | 2011

Presented in July 2011 at the iHEA conference. 

Treating febrile children in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence on recourse to multiple sources and polypharmacy from national household surveys in Madagascar, Nigeria and Uganda.

Posters | Madagascar | Nigeria | Uganda | 2013

Presented at the 6th MIM Pan-African Malaria Conference, 2013 (MIM 2013) in Durban in October 2013. 

Monitoring supply and demand for antimalarials and RDTs: an update on ACTwatch

Presentations | Benin | Cambodia | DR Congo | Kenya | Madagascar | Nigeria | Tanzania | Uganda | Zambia | 2013

Presented by Stephen Poyer on behalf of the ACTwatch group at the 6th Pan-African Malaria Conference (MIM 2013) in Durban in October 2013. 

Trends in Antimalarial Drug Use in Africa

Peer-reviewed | Benin | DR Congo | Kenya | Madagascar | Nigeria | Tanzania | Uganda | Zambia | 2013

Flegg J.A. et al., Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg., 89(5), 2013, pp. 857865 doi:10.4269/ajtmh.13-0129

Methods for implementing a medicine outlet survey: lessons from the anti-malarial market

Peer-reviewed | Benin | Cambodia | DR Congo | Kenya | Madagascar | Myanmar | Nigeria | Tanzania | Uganda | Zambia | 2013

O’Connell et al., Malaria Journal 2013, 12:52 http://www.malariajournal.com/content/12/1/52

Effect of the Affordable Medicines Facility—malaria (AMFm) on the availability, price, and market share of quality-assured artemisinin-based combination therapies in seven countries: a before-and-after analysis of outlet survey data

Peer-reviewed | Kenya | Madagascar | Nigeria | Uganda | 2012

Tougher S. et al., The Lancet, Volume 380, Issue 9857, Pages 1916-1926, 1 December 2012, doi10.1016/S0140-6736(12)61732-2.

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