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Annual Malaria Service Deliverer (MSD) Refreshment Training

Annual Malaria Service Deliverer (MSD) Refreshment Training

From March 28th until April 1st of  2022 the Malaria Program Suriname organized its annual Malaria Service Deliverer (MSD) Refreshment training.  This year the MSD’s were also educated about Covid -19 and trained  to do Covid diagnostics using rapid tests. The goal is for the MSDs to be able to provide integrated Malaria and Covid-19 services […]

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Opening Cabin in Albina

Opening Cabin in Albina

In order to reach border-crossing risk populations who are active in French Guyana the Malaria Program recently opened a permanent diagnostic point at Papatam (Albina). Gold miners working across the border will come and stay overnight at Papatam, where they can sell the gold and buy supplies and equipment. The official opening of the Malaria […]

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ACD vila brasil

ACD vila brasil

The Malaria Program employs Active Case Detection (ACD) as a strategy to control malaria in outbreak situations and in border-crossing populations. The most recent ACD was done in Vila Brasil (District of Saramacca) where an unexpected increase of malaria cases was reported. During the ACD the Malaria Program personnel visit all localities in the designated […]

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MSD trainingsweek

MSD trainingsweek

The primary structure in the Malaria Program strategy to bring diagnosis and treatment to the population at risk is the Malaria Service Deliverers network. People from the risk localities are trained to test for malaria and provide correct treatment to their own communities. Maintaining the network requires continuous effort in the recruitment, training and re-training […]

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Congress Maripasoula

Congress Maripasoula

From September 4-6, 2015 the Malaria Program, in cooperation with French partners, organized a regional meeting on Malaria, HIV/TB and Mercury at Maripasoela (French Guyana). This meeting included participants from Suriname, French Guyana and Brazil. The objective was to present the current status of these diseases for the border region and discuss opportunities for cross-border […]