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Southern Africa Roll Back Malaria Network (SARN)

Southern Africa Regional Network (SARN) coordinates partner support on technical and operational issues for going to scale with effective malaria control interventions to 10 southern african countries:

  1. Botswana
  2. Madagascar
  3. Malawi
  4. Mozambique
  5. Namibia
  6. South Africa
  7. Swaziland
  8. URT-Zanzibar
  9. Zambia
  10. Zimbabwe

Key to the success of malaria elimination in Southern Africa is the implementation of cross-border initiatives which harmonize malaria control strategies in groups of collaborating countries.

 

SADC RBM Project (SARN)

Supports Scaling of Malaria Implementation Within SADC Member States
Request for Proposals

SARN Press Releases:

LIVINGSTONE, ZAMBIA, 25 April, 2015:

[Read the Press Release]

 

 

 

SARN teleconferences:

Minutes of the Teleconference Meeting held with NMCP of:
Zimbabwe [08.01.2013]
Mozambique [10.01.2013]
Malawi [23.01.2013]
Zambia [24.01.2013]
Madagascar [28.01.2013]
Namibia [31.01.2013]

Minutes of the SARN Coordination Committee Meeting Held by Teleconference on
[15.01.2013]

Minutes of the SARN Steering Committee Meeting Held by Teleconference on
[12.04.2011] [3.05.2011] [16.05.2011] [8.06.2011] [27.07.2012]

Minutes of the SARN TZMI Meeting held by teleconference on
[23.05.2011] [15.06.2011]

Minutes of the SARN TKMI Teleconference Meeting held on
[30.06.2011]

 

SARN meetings:

13 - 30 April 2015: Report on EARN/SARN Mission to the Annual Work Plan/Roadmap Mission in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, Ethiopia NMCP, World Malaria Day Events in Livingstone, Zambia and joint RBM-WHO in Harare, Zimbabwe

Meeting report

13 - 24 April 2015: SARN Mission Report on RBM/SARN Technical Support to Zanzibar on Review of the 2015 Planning and Costing Tool and Development of the 2015 Narrative Annual Work Plan and Roadmap
Zanzibar

View mission report

 

27 - 30 May 2014: SARN MISSION REPORT TO ZIMBABWE on WOrkshop to finalize the medium-term and annual review and planning tools for National Malaria Programmes in Africa
Harare, Zimbabwe

Public-private partnership success on malaria lauded at GBCHealth Africa Regional Conference

View Meeting report



 

 

17-18 November 2014: Elimination 8 Concept Note Review Workshop
Victoria Falls, ZIMBABWE

The TRP will be led by the HWG and will have members from WHO and other experienced elimination experts. The draft CN will be presented by the E* CN Draft team who will integrate the comments and conduct the costing exercise in preparation for submission on 15 January 2015. This is the first time the E8 countries will be submitting a GF CN and hence the need for it to meet the expected standards.
View Meeting agenda

 

5-6 November 2014: IOM Meeting on Malaria, TB and HIV/AIDS Migration and Mobilization
Pretoria, SOUTH AFRICA

View mission report

 

30 October 2014: Meeting with SADC Chairperson of Health Ministers
Harare, ZIMBABWE

View SARN report of the meeting

 

10-11 October 2014: The SARN/SADC Private Sector Constituency (PSC) Dinner Meetings
Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA

View SARN report of the private sector engagement

 

9-10 October 2014: SARN Mission Report of the Country Roadmap Update/Upload/Publications Meeting
Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA

View SARN report of RBM Roadmap

 

15 October 2013: SARN – GBCHealth E8 Meeting
Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA

Public-private partnership success on malaria lauded at GBCHealth Africa Regional ConferenceMalaria control investments bring such a high rate of return that they are an easy business choice for Southern African companies, according to business leaders who were sharing their experiences of tackling malaria at the Inaugural GBCHealth Africa Regional Conference, which opened in Johannesburg today.

“Malaria interventions give an internal return of 28 percent and are quite cheap compared to other business projects so there is not really any opposition from management. It makes business sense”, noted Elton Dorkin, Group Medical Consultant for Illovo sugar, the biggest sugar producer in Africa and one of the top 5 worldwide.

View Meeting report  Visit RBM Flickr Photo Galleries: GBCHealth Conference [Day 1] [Day 2] [Special session on SADC Elimination E8 Initiative, 15 Oct 2013]

 

8 - 12 July 2013: SARN – RBM Partners Annual Constituencies Consultative Meeting
Johammesburg, SOUTH AFRICA

SARN – RBM Partners Annual Constituencies Consultative MeetingThe meeting staredt with a two-days workshop to review 2013 progress on Roadmaps implementation, MIP update, build capacity for programme managers to run/manage the NMCP as a Business and costing using the One Health Costing Tool, disseminate the updated policy recommendation by the MIP Work Group on IPTp-SP and plan for effective implementation, and review progress on development of country and SARN business plans.
View meeting agenda

 

15 April 2013: One Million Community Health Workers Campaign Workshop
Ifakara, TANZANIA

One Million Community Health Workers Campaign WorkshopThe One Million Community Health Workers Campaign Workshop, was launched by the Tanzania Deputy Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Dr. Seif Rashid accompanied by the WHO Representative (WR) of Tanzania, Dr Rufaro Chatora at the Ifakara International Health Training Centre on 15 April 2013.
More info

 

4-5 March 2013: Malaria Program Managers Constituency Meeting
Gaborone, BOTSWANA

The Southern African Regional Network (SARN) – Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership in Southern Africa in conjunction with IFRC convened the Malaria Program Managers Meeting in Gaborone, Botswana, from 4 to 5 March 2013.
More info

26 June 2012: SADC Military Health Services (MHS) Troika meeting
Dar-Es-Salaam, TANZANIA

SADC Military Health Services (MHS) meetingA SADC MHS Troika meeting to review resolutions of the SADC Military Health Services Decisions taken during the 11th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of 2011 was held at the New Africa Hotel, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania 25 – 26 June 2012. The meeting was jointly facilitated by the Southern African Regional Network (SARN) Secretariat/SADC MHS Coordinator and the Tanzania MHS (current chair of the SADC MHS). The meeting was attend by the Tanzania Military Health Services Chief and Chairperson of the SADC MHS Brigadier General (Dr) Adam Mwabulanga and his team which included Brigadier General (Dr) Luhindi Msangi who is also a member of the SARN Steering Committee, the Zimbabwe Military Health Services Chief, Air Commodore (Dr) Jasper Chimedza and the Director Zimbabwe National Army Health Services Col. (Dr) Godfrey Mutetse while Col. (Dr) Kaka Mudambo (SARN Focal Point) represented the Southern African Regional Network (SARN) – the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership in Southern Africa.
Meeting report

21-23 February 2012: SARN- RBM expanded steering committee meeting
Johannesburg, South Africa

SARN- RBM expanded steering committee meeting ChairsThe SARN Expanded Steering Committee meeting took place in Johannesburg, South Africa, 21-23 February 2012. The overall objective of the meeting was to provide a forum for peer review of updated 2012 country roadmaps, develop a consolidated network TA plan, build capacity for gap analysis, update members on the SARN 2012 RBM Board approved work plan, review and finalize the regional MPR report.
Meeting report

 

4 - 8 July, 2011: SARN RBM Partners Annual Consultative Meeting
Pretoria, South Africa

Meeting report
Meeting agenda
SARN Teleconference for Organising Committee Meeting Minutes for Partners Annual Consultative Meeting Held on 17th June 2011

 

4 - 5 July, 2011: Workshop for Malaria Control Program Managers on the Use of USB Keys Tool for Planning and Tracking of Road Maps Implementation
Johannesburg, South Africa
View Meeting Report

 

30 May - 1 June 2011: Trans Zambezi Malaria Initiative (TZMI) meeting

Click the thumbnail to see a higher resolution photoThe main focus of the Livingstone meeting revolved around delivery of the end products: Joint TZMI action/operational plan; TZMI districts plan with activities for harmonization and synchronization and the TZMI business plan to support the harmonization and synchronization of the activities. Emphasis was also put on Active Case Detection (ACD), data management, and baseline survey, BCC/IEC, Coordination and communication.
View Report of the Trans-Zambezi Cross-border Malaria Program Consultative Meeting

 

1-3 March 2011: Trans-Zambezi Cross-border Victoria Falls Consultative Meetings

Click the thumbnail to see a higher resolution photoThe Trans-Zambezi Cross-border (TZMI) Malaria Program Consultative Meeting was held in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. The objective was to contribute to the implementation of the SADC Malaria Control and Malaria Elimination Frameworks, E8 resolutions and the SARN Workplan through a joint TZMI Action Plan and establishment of vibrant TZMI communities committees in the 16 TZMI districts. The SARN Secretariat with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, also organized a one day consultative meeting of the TZMI business/local communities at 3 March 2011.
View Report of the Trans-Zambezi Cross-border Malaria Program Consultative Meeting
Report of the Trans-Zambezi Cross-border Victoria Falls Communities Consultative Meeting

 

13-18 September 2010: Annual malaria review and planning meeting for Southern African countries

Click the thumbnail to see a higher resolution photoCountries in the RBM Southern African subregion held their Annual review and planning meeting in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Participants shared experiences and best practices, reviewed the impact of their national malaria programmes, and finalized their national malaria action plans for 2011 - 2012.
Meeting's concept note
Meeting report

 

21-22 September 2009: SARN Steering Committee Meeting

Click the thumbnail to see a higher resolution photoThe Southern African Roll Back Malaria Network (SARN) steering committee, which represents eleven of the fifteen SADC countries, met on 21 and 22 September 2009 at the Birchwood Hotel in Boksburg, South Africa.
Meeting Report

 

 

6-10 July 2009: Annual Malaria Review and Planning Meeting for East and Southern Africa

2009 Annual Malaria Review and Planning Meeting for East and Southern Africa was held in Namibia, Windhoek 6-9 July 2009.
Meeting Report

 

11-13 February 2009: SADC Managers and SARN Steering Committee meeting

SADC Managers and SARN Steering Committee meeting was held in Gaborone, Botswana, 11-13 February 2009 to prepare for the 2009 Malaria Season.

View Minutes of the Meeting

 

Trans-Zambezi Cross Border Malaria Initiative (TZMI)

The Ministers of Health of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) have approved the roll out of a cross-border malaria control initiative between Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. This effort could free millions of people from the threat of malaria, stimulate economic growth, and set the stage for the rolling back of the disease on the African continent. TZMI will apply for funding from the Global Fund in July 2008, and in line with Global Fund requirements and recommendations will pursue a dual recipient structure for its Global Fund proposal.

View Final Call for the Positions of Principal Recipients and Call for Malaria Sub-Proposals

 

31 July - 1 August 2008: Third SARN annual planning and review meeting

Third SARN meetingThe Third SARN annual planning and review meeting was held in Lusaka from 31 July to 1 August 2008. The meeting was attended by national malaria control programme managers of SADC countries and partners from global, regional and country levels: the SADC Secretariat, the SADC military. Multilaterals, Global fund and other donors, Research and academia, NGOs, Foundations and private sector were represented.

The SARN workplan implementation progress was reviewed, and a joint implementation workplan for 2008/2009 was developed to meet country-specific needs. In addition, a presentation was made on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi expedition, and the Zambezi! documentary was shown. The outcomes of this advocacy initiative were discussed with the SARN members.
View The Meeting Agenda

 

2-4 April 2008: Second Annual SARN meeting

Second SARN meeting2-4 April 2008 Maputo, Mozambique
4 malaria-endemic countries in Southern Africa have begun reviewing progress of malaria control activities in the region at the 2nd annual general assembly of the Southern Africa Regional Network. The assembly united governmental agencies from the represented countries with multilateral organizations, private sector, research organizations and donors to coordinate and budget for malaria control initiatives in the region.
View Speech by The Permanent Secretary of The Ministry of Health Mozambique at the Opening of the Southern Africa Regional Network (SARN) General Council Meeting

 

22-24 February 2007: First SARN meeting

First SARN meetingThe Southern Africa Roll Back Malaria Network (SARN) hold its first meeting, 22-24 February 2007 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

The Southern Africa Regional Network (SARN) was officially launched in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe on 23 November 2007. The Hon Dr Brian Chituwo, Minister of Health (Zambia) and Chairperson of the SADC Ministers of Health were the guests of honour who launched the Southern Africa Regional Network.

View SADC Press Release

Key to the success of malaria elimination in Southern Africa is the implementation of cross-border initiatives which harmonize malaria control strategies in groups of collaborating countries.

The following cross-border strategic plans had been designed:

  1. MOZIZA (Mozambique, Zimbabwe and South Africa)

    MOZIZAThe MOZIZA region comprises 14 districts (Mozambique (4); Zimbabwe (8); SA (2)) that lie directly across a shared border and have been chosen as targeted areas for delivery of coordinated, harmonized and synchronised malaria control and elimination interventions.




     

  2. The Trans-Kunene Malaria Initiative (TKMI – Angola and Namibia)

    TKMIThe Republics of Namibia and Angola share a common border that extends east from the Atlantic Ocean to the Zambezi River. The five administrative areas (known as provinces in Angola and regions in Namibia) on both sides have seasonal malaria peaks from November to April every year. More than 230,000 cases are reported (2008, confirmed through parasitology and clinically diagnosed) among a population of approximately 1.6 million residing in the border area on both sides. The group of five regions that are adjacent to the border along the Cunene river which flows between the two Countries is known, by technical consensus, as the “Trans-Kunene” region. The Trans-Kunene area consists of the provinces of Cunene, namely Santa Clara and Namacunde and in Namibia, the areas of Kunene, Ohangwene, and Omusati.


     

     
  3. The Trans-Zambezi Malaria Initiative (TZMI – Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe)

    TZMIThe Trans-Zambezi region is a convergence of 5 countries (Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe) at the narrow Caprivi Strip with a total of 16 districts and a population of about 1.5 million people at risk of malaria. Malaria burden ranges between <10 and 349 malaria cases per 1,000 people at risk, and death rate of under 5 averaged at 3 -51 per 1,000 while some communities in Namibia and Botswana experience epidemics. The region is an attractive destination for international tourism — it was recently described as the largest trans-frontier park in Southern Africa and has significant potential in agriculture, fishing and mining. In fact, the Caprivi Strip is an economic and conservation corridor inscribed in the SADC economic and tourism integration strategies. Malaria deters economic growth especially in tourism, mining, fishing and agriculture which are the main economic activities in the TZMI region. The TZMI plan will ensure removal of malaria consequently reduced hours of work lost due to malaria illness or funerals leading to increased productivity. Industry will be able to access areas formerly infested with malaria thereby opening more investment opportunities and avenues for employment and economic prosperity. The TZMI which houses one of the Seven Wonders of the World “the Victoria Falls” will attract more tourists and boost economic recovery and poverty alleviation among the local communities in the region.

     
  4. Lubombo Spatial Development Initiative (LSDI))

    LSDIThe LSDI is an semi-autonomous body founded in1999 to promote development in an area of 200 000km,2 shared by Mozambique, South Africa (SA) and Swaziland. Malaria was seen as one of the major impediments to development in the region and collaborative efforts needed to be put in place to fight the disease and accelerate the region’s economic potential. The LSDI protocol was signed by the three countries’ Heads of States and the respective Ministers of Health. The Malaria Control of the LSDI is run by an implementing body of experts, the Regional Malaria Commission (RMC). LSDI’s overarching goal is to decrease the malaria burden in the region and the objectives are; to reduce malaria incidence, reduce new malaria infections; develop small- scale risk map and develop GIS as part of the monitoring and evaluation component of the program.
    The governments of the three collaborating countries provided seed funding for the program before other donors joined. Donors include: Business Trust (BT) of SA, BHP, and Global Fund. BT injected R5m before funding from the Global Fund became available in 2003. As of 2003, the South African government has been contributing R5m annually. More resources have been channeled to the Mozambican LSDI because the other two counties i.e. Swaziland and South Africa have made substantial inroads in controlling malaria.

     
  5. Mazamo-mi(Malawi, Zambia and Mozambique)Mazamo-mi

    A new cross-border initiative “Mazamo-mi” between Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia has been established in August 2012.

     

Latest Malaria Indicator Surveys (MISs):

  1. Madagascar 2013
  2. Malawi 2012
  3. Mozambique 2007
  4. Namibia 2009
  5. Swaziland 2010
  6. Zambia 2012
  7. Zimbabwe 2012

 

Malaria Program Performance Reviews (MPRs) and Aide Memoires:

  1. SARN MPR Report 2012
  2. Botswana MPR 2011, Botswana MPR Report 2009
  3. Madagascar MRP 2011 Madagascar MRP Report 2011
  4. Malawi MPR 2010, Malawi MPR Report 2010
  5. Mozambique MPR 2010, Mozambique MPR Report 2010 (draft)
  6. Namibia MPR 2010, Namibia MPR Report 2010 (draft)
  7. South Africa MPR 2009
  8. Swaziland
  9. Tanzania UR
  10. Zambia MRP 2010 Aide memoire, Zambia MRP 2010
  11. Zanzibar 2011 MRP, Zanzibar 2011 MRP Report (draft)
  12. Zimbabwe 2011 MRP, Zimbabwe 2011 MRP Report

 

National Malaria Strategic Plans (MSPs):

  1. Botswana (2010-2015)
  2. Madagascar (2013-2017)
  3. Malawi (2011-2015)
  4. Mozambique (2011-2015)
  5. Namibia (2010-2016)
  6. Swaziland (2008-2015)
  7. Zambia (2011-2015)
  8. Zimbabwe (2008-2013)

 

National Malaria Policies (NMPs):

  1. Mozambique (2012)
  2. Namibia (2005)
  3. Swaziland (2010)
 

Country Interventions and Services:

  1. A Report on Mass Distribution Campaign of LLITMN in Malawi (September 2012)
  2. IRS in Botswana (June 2011)
 

Malaria Elimination 8 (E8)

  1. SARN Mission Report of the Capacity Building Workshop for Surveilance, Monitoring and Evaluation for Malaria Control and Elimination in East and Southern Africa (Harare, Zimbabwe) 24-28 November, 2014
  2. SARN Mission Report of the E8 Concept Note Prioritization and Drafting/Development Meeting (Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe) 14-18 November, 2014
  3. SARN Mission Report of the E8 Strategic Framework Development Meeting (Johannesburg, South Africa) 9-10 October, 2014
  4. E8 Tecnical Committee Meeting Mission Report (Johannesburg, South Africa) 5-6 September, 2012

 

Cross-border initiatives

MAZAMO-mi:

  1. MAZAMO-mi Cross-Border Meeting report (Chipata, ZAMBIA) 13-14 August 2012
  2. Report of the launch of a new cross-border initiative “MAZAMO-mi" between Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia August 2012

Trans-Kunene Anti-malaria Initiative (TKMI):

  1. Report of the Annual Trans-Kunene Malaria Initiative (TKMI) Stakeholders Meeting (Ondjiva, Angola) 13-14 August 2012
  2. Report of the launch of the Survey to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Malaria Control Interventions in Kunene Province, Angola August 2011
  3. Agreement between Angola and Namibia 25 April 2011
  4. Implementation Strategy (in Portugese) September 2010
  5. Operational Plan (in Portugese) September 2010
  6. Implementation Strategy September 2010 (in Portugese)

Trans-Zambezi Cross-border Malaria Initiative (TZMI):

  1. Workshop for Operationalization of the TZMI Business Plan, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe 4 April 2012
  2. Rewport of Trans-Zambezi Malaria Initiative (TZMI) meeting, Livingstone, Zambia 30 May - 1 June 2011
  3. Report of the Trans-Zambezi Cross-border Victoria Falls Communities Consultative Meeting, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe 3 February 2011
  4. Report of the Trans-Zambezi Cross-border Malaria Program Consultative Meeting, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe 1-3 February 2011
 

SARN mission reports:

TORs for Country Missions 2013

  1. Botswana (SARN Mission Report 2014) (2011)
  2. Madagascar (Joint SARN - PMI Mission May 2014) (Joint SARN - GF Mission September 2013) (2013) (Joint SARN - GF Mission July 2013) (Joint SARN - PMI Mission 2012) (2011)
  3. Malawi (Joint SARN - PMI mission 2014) (2013) (2012 Joint Mission SARN/PMI) (2012 AMP Logistics) (2011) (2011 Joint Mission SARN/PMI)
  4. Mozambique (Joint SARN - PMI mission 2014) (2012) (2011)
  5. Namibia
  6. South Africa (APALP-MIM Report, October 2013)
  7. Zambia (2011) (2013)
  8. Zimbabwe (2011) (Joint SARN - PMI Mission 2012 ) (2013) (SARN PMI MOP 2013) (2014) 
 

Other documenrs:

  1. SARN 2014 TA plan
  2. SARN press release: Endemic Countries RBM Board Members Meet in Geneva to Plan for a Strategy Development and Positioning Meeting for Endemic Countries Health Ministers in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe on 06 July 2014
  3. Country Financing Strategies: Concept Note
  4. Botswana national malaria control program annual planning meeting
  5. Independent Evaluation of the Southern Africa Roll Back Malaria Network (SARN) 2007-2010
  6. Lessons Learned from the 3rd and Final Phase of the 2009-2010 Universal Coverage LLIN Campaign

Southern Africa Roll Back Malaria Network (SARN) Contacts:

Dr Kaka Stanley MudamboBrig.General (Dr) Kaka Mudambo
SARN and EARN Coordinator 
Gaborone, Botswana
Cell: +267 74248399

Daniso MbeweDaniso Mbewe
SARN Knowledge and Information Management Officer
Gaborone, Botswana
Cell: +267 76259359
 

Boitumelo LesasoBoitumelo Lesaso
Finance and Administrative Officer
RBM Southern-African Regional Network
Gaborone, Botswana
Cell: +267 71469947

Name Address Telephone Mobile Fax

Dr Joseph Mberikunashe
Director

Ministry of Health and Child Welfare, National Malaria Control Program, PO Box A 355, Avondale, Harare, Zimbabwe
jmberikunashe@healthnet.zw

(263) 4 798 537 / 60

(263) 779547322 or (263) 772 263 525

(263) 4 798 560

 

Dr Erick Ventura
Regional Coordinator Migration Health

 

International Organization for Migration (IOM), IOM Pretoria, Regional Office for Southern Africa, P O Box 55391, Arcadia, 0007 Pretoria,
South Africa
eventura@iom.int

(27) 12 342 2789

+27824688001

(27) 12 342 0932

 

Southern Africa Roll Back Malaria Network (SARN) Countries' Contacts:

NMCP WHO

Botswana
Ms Tjantilili Mosweunyane
Program Manager
Ministry of Health, Private bag 00269, Gaborone
(267) 319 06 73
(267) 390 20 92

Madagascar
Dr Baltazar Candrinho
Program Director
25, Cité Analamahitsy - Antananarivo 101
(261) 24 328 80
(261) 20 22 279 60

Malawi
Ms Doreen Ali
Program Manager
Ministry of Health, P.O. Box 30377, Lilongwe 3
(265) 1 752 450
(265) 1 789 563/431/788403

Mozambique
Dr Graca Matsinye
Director
Ministry of Health, C.Postal 264, Av. Eduardo Monddlane/Salvador Allende, Maputo
(258) 82 30 25690
(258) 1 30 6614

Namibia
Dr Petrina Uusiku
Programme Manager
Ministry of Health, Private Bag, 13198 Windhoek
(264) 612 035 081
(264) 61 300 539

Swaziland
Mr Simon Kunene
Programme Manager
Ministry of Health, P.O. Box 53, Manzini
(268) 505 38 04
(268) 505 64 45

Zambia
Dr. Mulakwa Kamuliwo
Acting Program Manager
Ministry of Health, P.O Box 32509 Lusaka
(260) 211 282 455 / 482
(260) 1 282 427

Zimbabwe
Dr. Joseph Mberikunashe
Program Manager
PO BOX A 355, Avondale, Harare
(263) 4 798 537 / 60
(263) 4 798 560

South Africa
Dr. Patrick Moonasar
Director
Department of Health (Hallmark 1411) Pretoria 0001
(27) 12 395 8064
(27) 12 395 8906

Zanzibar
Dr. Abdullah Ali
Programme Manager
Sub office Pemba, ZMCP Mwanakwerekwe Street, P.O.Box 407, Zanzibar
(255) 242 234 970
(255) 242 231 876

Angola
Dr Richard KINIFFO
IPO/MAL
OMS/Angola
(244) 923 879 311
 

Botswana
Ms Kentse Moakofhi
NPO/MAL
P O Box 1355 Gaborone
267-3971505
267-71479722

Comores
Dr Ahamada Nassuri
DPC
B P 70 Moroni
269-331439
269-730036

Madagascar
Dr Henintsoa Rabarijaona
IPO/MAL
BP 362 Andraharo Antananarivo
261-20-2231364
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Malawi
Mr Wilfred Dodoli
NPO/MAL
P O Box 30390 Lilongwe
265-1-772755
265-8869305

Mozambique
Dr Eva de Carvalho
NPO/MAL
P.O Box 377 Maputo
258-1-491991
258-823024690

Namibie
Dr Desta A. Tiruneh
DPC
P O Box 3444 Windhoek
264-61-2046301
264-812981919

South Africa
Ms Mary-Anne Groepe
NPO/MAL
P.O.BOX 3113 Tramshed 0126 Pretoria
27-12-3120046/ 3548580
27-836451610

Swaziland
Dr K. Makadzange
NPO/Health Promotions and Malaria
Lilunga House Floor 2 P.O.Box 2161 Matsapha
268-76315919
 

Zambia
Dr Fred Masaninga
NPO/MAL
P O Box 32346 Lusaka
260-1-255322
260-95964117

Zimbabwe
Dr Anderson Chimusoro
NPO/MAL
P O Box CY348 Causeway Harare
(263) 772 155629-32 (263) 773 243 426
 

Zimbabwe
Mr Jasper Pasipamire
NPO/MAL
P O Box CY 348 Causeway Harare
263-4-253724 - 30