Amazon Malaria Initiative

AMI Partners

United States Agency for International Development (USAID): Participates in the initiative's planning process. Provides specialized TA in malaria surveillance and entomological surveillance and control systems (e.g. design, monitoring, evaluation). Leads the initiative's planning process. Provides general coordination and TA.


Pan American Health Organization (PAHO): Participates in the initiative's planning process and coordinates this process under USAID direction. Provides general technical assistance (TA) and oversight to countries. Provides TA in malaria surveillance and entomological surveillance and control. Coordinates planning, monitoring, and evaluating for PAHO regional and in-country activities financed through PAHO. Coordinates the development and dissemination of standard policies, strategies, interventions, guidelines, and protocols. Prepares an aggregated general report in coordination with other partners.


U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Participates in the initiative's planning process. Provides TA in areas such as entomology and vector control, malaria diagnosis, molecular epidemiology, and malaria treatment to support the implementation of regional and national-level activities. The emphasis is on specific technical aspects, such as in vitro diagnostics, and vector control tools.


USAID-funded Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) Program:Participates in the initiative's planning process. Provides TA in pharmaceutical management with a focus on (i) medicine availability, prescribing and dispensing practices, and patient adherence to treatment regimens and (ii) management of the supply chain, including quantifying needs and identifying and correcting weaknesses in the system for supplying malaria medicines and supplies.


United States Pharmacopeial Convention (USP)/Promoting the Quality of Medicines (PQM): Participates in the initiative's planning process. Provides specialized TA in quality assurance (QA), of antimalarials and insecticides, with a focus on (i) implementation of proper quality control processes throughout the supply chain and (ii) strengthening of OMCL capabilities to analyze medicines and provide trustworthy and reliable results.


Links Media: Participates in the initiative's planning process. Assists USAID and other AMI partners in the design and implementation of communication and advocacy strategies for malaria control. Engages online communities via Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Flickr, and the AMI Web site. Facilitates information sharing among AMI partners, and supports knowledge management. Develops and disseminates press and educational materials through multiple international channels. Conducts virtual communication trainings, compiles and develops AMI's annual achievement report, and provides limited editorial and graphic design support to partners for the development of scientific and technical documents and articles.

  • USAID
  • PAHO
  • CDC
  • SIAPS
  • USP/PQM
  • Links Media

United States Agency for International Development (USAID): Participates in the initiative's planning process. Provides specialized TA in malaria surveillance and entomological surveillance and control systems (e.g. design, monitoring, evaluation). Leads the initiative's planning process. Provides general coordination and TA.

Pan American Health Organization (PAHO): Participates in the initiative's planning process and coordinates this process under USAID direction. Provides general technical assistance (TA) and oversight to countries. Provides TA in malaria surveillance and entomological surveillance and control. Coordinates planning, monitoring, and evaluating for PAHO regional and in-country activities financed through PAHO. Coordinates the development and dissemination of standard policies, strategies, interventions, guidelines, and protocols. Prepares an aggregated general report in coordination with other partners.

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Participates in the initiative's planning process. Provides TA in areas such as entomology and vector control, malaria diagnosis, molecular epidemiology, and malaria treatment to support the implementation of regional and national-level activities. The emphasis is on specific technical aspects, such as in vitro diagnostics, and vector control tools.

USAID-funded Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) Program: Participates in the initiative's planning process. Provides TA in pharmaceutical management with a focus on (i) medicine availability, prescribing and dispensing practices, and patient adherence to treatment regimens and (ii) management of the supply chain, including quantifying needs and identifying and correcting weaknesses in the system for supplying malaria medicines and supplies.

United States Pharmacopeial Convention (USP)/Promoting the Quality of Medicines (PQM): Participates in the initiative's planning process. Provides specialized TA in quality assurance (QA), of antimalarials and insecticides, with a focus on (i) implementation of proper quality control processes throughout the supply chain and (ii) strengthening of OMCL capabilities to analyze medicines and provide trustworthy and reliable results.

Links Media: Participates in the initiative's planning process. Assists USAID and other AMI partners in the design and implementation of communication and advocacy strategies for malaria control. Engages online communities via Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Flickr, and the AMI Web site. Facilitates information sharing among AMI partners, and supports knowledge management. Develops and disseminates press and educational materials through multiple international channels. Conducts virtual communication trainings, compiles and develops AMI's annual achievement report, and provides limited editorial and graphic design support to partners for the development of scientific and technical documents and articles.

USAID
PAHO
CDC
MSH
USP

Last updated on: 9/28/2016