Introduction Of The Malaria Vaccine Evaluation Team
Global Fund Funding Request Writing Retreat
At Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge, 8th - 12th May 2017
World Malaria Day (WMD) 2017 procession in the Narok County during the National commemoration.
Dr. Jackson Kioko, Director Medical Services giving a speech during WMD 2017 National commemoration, Narok County Stadium
For the first time in five years, Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) was implemented in Kenya. The Presidential Malaria Initiative (PMI) AIRS Project in collaboration with NMCP and Migori county.... Read More
Malaria vector control remains one of the main interventions within the revised Kenya Malaria Strategy (KMS) 2009-2018. The main objective is to have at least 80% of people in malaria risk areas. Read More...
[ Dr Grace Ikahu - Division of National Malaria Control Programme ]
Malaria poses enormous health and economic problem in Kenya, It is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the country. Cognisant of this, the Government of Kenya in consultation with local and international stakeholders developed the Kenya Malaria Strategy (KMS) whose goal is; To have reduced morbidity and mortality caused by malaria in the various epidemiological zones by two thirds of the 2007/2008 level by 2017.
Whilst there remain challenges in the control of malaria, significant successes have already been achieved through implementation of various malaria control interventions. At the National Malaria Control Program (NMCP), our mandate is to provide policy, strategic guidance and co-ordinate the scaling up of an effective malaria control