Past Projects

The Affordable Medicines Facility malaria (AMFm) is an innovative financing mechanism designed to expand access to the most effective treatment for malaria, artemisinin-based combination therapies...
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) established the Environmental Public Health Tracking Program (Tracking Program) in 2002, responding to the need for a central body which would...
For decades, people living in malaria-endemic areas have taken malaria drugs for febrile illnesses that might or might not be malaria. Recent developments have rendered this presumptive treatment...
Vitamin A deficiency has a grave effect on nutrition and mortality worldwide.   Children and pregnant and lactating women, especially those in low socioeconomic classes, are at particular...
In the LBB project CDDEP researchers are profiling approximately 15 innovations from the developing world. The innovations include new technologies, financing models, and healthcare delivery systems...
The Malaria Atlas Project - Elimination (MAPe) is an international scientifi c collaboration with close ties to the Malaria Atlas Project (MAP). The primary mission of MAPe is to develop a strategic...
If two drugs (in combination) are good, are three or more being used concurrently by different patients better at keeping drug resistance at bay? The question has practical consequences, as nearly...
 Global Health 2035: A World Converging Within a Generation is NOW LIVE.To access the Global Health 2035 website, click here. To learn more about CDDEP's role, click here. Background In 1993,...