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The Gates Malaria Partnership (GMP) was established in 2000 with a generous grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine’s Malaria Centre

GMP had 4 European partners and 5 principal partners in Africa. The activities of the partnership covered 3 main areas:

  1. Conducting applied malaria research with a focus on the optimum deployment of existing malaria control tools
  2. Supporting a malaria research capacity development programme including a PhD programme for African scientists and
  3. Bridging the gap between research and policy.


Detailed descriptions of the work undertaken and some of the achievements of GMP in each of these areas are summarised in annual reports. The research undertaken by staff and students supported financially by GMP has resulted in over 400 peer-reviewed publications.  A searchable database of these publications can be accessed from this site.

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GMP Report 2001-2006

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Lessons Learnt

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