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Schools & health : health, nutrition and HIV and AIDS

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This website contains information about research and resources to support ensuring that children are healthy and able to learn, as an essential component of an effective education system, by topic and by country. Good health increases enrolment and reduces absenteeism, and brings more of the poorest and most disadvantaged children to school, many of whom are girls. It is these children who are often the least healthy and most malnourished, and who have the most to gain educationally from improved health

Malaria matters|featuring Netting news

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Provides access to operational research, technical advances and lessons learned about malaria and insecticide treated bednets. Each issue contains a feature article on current research, events or concerns, summaries of projects, products, meetings and reviews of recent articles, books or newsletters. Contributions and suggestions from all readers are welcome
Produced irregularly
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Malaria journal

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Malaria Journal contains original peer-reviewed papers on all aspects of malaria, including studies of the biology and genetics of the parasites and their vectors; clinical features; case management and treatment; drug development and drug resistance; immunology and vaccine development; epidemiology and transmission dynamics; vector control; health system, policy and planning issues relating to prevention and treatment; economic, sociological and anthropological issues; poverty and gender issues, land use and global environmental change; intersectoral issues; intervention studies and operational research; control policy and planning
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BMC international health and human rights

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BMC International Health and Human Rights is an open access journal publishing original peer-reviewed research articles in health care in developing and transitional countries, and all issues relating to health and human rights. Covers a wide range of health-related topics, from a right-based perspective, including HIV and AIDS, malaria, leprosy, child health, mental illness, disease eradication, community based rehabilitation and biotechnology
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Roll Back Malaria : a global partnership

RBM PARTNERSHIP TO END MALARIA

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The RBM Partnership to End Malaria is the largest global platform for coordinated action towards a world free from malaria. It is comprised of over 500 partners - from community health worker groups and researchers developing new tools, to malaria-affected and donor countries, businesses and international organisations.

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