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    Eliminating maternal deaths in Malawi: Integration of MDSR into existing surveillance system.

    Management Sciences for Health [MSH]. African Strategies for Health [ASH]

    Arlington, Virginia, Management Sciences for Health [MSH], African Strategies for Health [ASH], 2015 Oct. 2 p. (USAID Contract No. AID-OAA-C-11-00161)

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    Strengthening IPTp service delivery through facility-initiated supervision: Lessons from a quality improvement approach in Uganda.

    Management Sciences for Health [MSH]. African Strategies for Health [ASH]

    Arlington, Virginia, ASH, 2016 Aug. 8 p. (USAID Contract No. AID-OAA-C-11-00161)

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    Young adolescent girls are at high risk for adverse pregnancy outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa: an observational multicountry study.

    Mombo-Ngoma G; Mackanga JR; Gonzalez R; Ouedraogo S; Kakolwa MA; Manego RZ; Basra A; Ruperez M; Cot M; Kabanywany AM; Matsiegui PB; Agnandji ST; Vala A; Massougbodji A; Abdulla S; Adegnika AA; Sevene E; Macete E; Yazdanbakhsh M; Kremsner PG; Aponte JJ; Menendez C; Ramharter M

    BMJ Open. 2016 Jun 29; 6(6):e011783.

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    President's Malaria Initiative: Program fact sheet.

    United States. President's Malaria Initiative

    [Washington, D.C.], United States Agency for International Development [USAID], [2015]. 1 p.

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    Factors associated with the use of mosquito bed nets: results from two cross-sectional household surveys in Zambezia Province, Mozambique.

    Moon TD; Hayes CB; Blevins M; Lopez ML; Green AF; Gonzalez-Calvo L; Olupona O

    Malaria Journal. 2016 Apr 11; 15:196.

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    Factors influencing dropout rate of intermittent preventive treatment of malaria during pregnancy.

    Doku DT; Zankawah MM; Adu-Gyamfi AB

    BMC Research Notes. 2016 Oct 10; 9(460):1-7.

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    Wazazi nipendeni. "Love me, parents": An evaluation of Tanzania's National Safe Motherhood Campaign.

    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Center for Communication Programs

    [Washington, D.C.], United States Agency for International Development [USAID], 2014 Sep. [120] p.

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    Maternal death audit in Rwanda 2009-2013: a nationwide facility-based retrospective cohort study.

    Sayinzoga F; Bijlmakers L; van Dillen J; Mivumbi V; Ngabo F; van der Velden K

    BMJ Open. 2016 Jan 22; 6(1):e009734.

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    Facility level factors influencing the uptake of intermittent preventative therapy for malaria in pregnant women. Report on a formative assessment conducted in Uganda.

    Narayanan I; Kibuka T; Olowo A; Persaud N; Rotolo S; Sawyer K

    Arlington, Virginia, African Strategies for Health, 2016 Sep. 48 p. (USAID Contract No. AID-OAA-C-11-00161)

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    Knowledge and utilization of preventive measures in the control of neonatal malaria in south-eastern Nigeria.

    Chukwuocha UM; Nwakwuo GC; Alinnor LO

    Tanzania Journal of Health Research. 2016 Jul; 18(3):[8] p.

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    Evaluation of the impact of malaria control interventions on all-cause mortality in children under five years of age in Malawi.

    Malawi Malaria Impact Evaluation Group

    [Washington, D.C.], United States President's Malaria Initiative, 2016 Mar. [134] p.

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    The triple threat of pregnancy, HIV infection and malaria: reported causes of maternal mortality in two nationwide health facility assessments in Mozambique, 2007 and 2012.

    Bailey PE; Keyes E; Moran AC; Singh K; Chavane L; Chilundo B

    BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 2015; 15:293.

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    Impact of Malaria in Pregnancy as Latin America Approaches Elimination.

    Yanow SK; Gavina K; Gnidehou S; Maestre A

    Trends in Parasitology. 2016 May; 32(5):416-427.

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    High burden of malaria infection in pregnant women in a rural district of Zambia: a cross-sectional study.

    Chaponda EB; Chandramohan D; Michelo C; Mharakurwa S; Chipeta J; Chico RM

    Malaria Journal. 2015; 14:380.

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    Artemether-Lumefantrine Pharmacokinetics and Clinical Response Are Minimally Altered in Pregnant Ugandan Women Treated for Uncomplicated Falciparum Malaria.

    Nyunt MM; Nguyen VK; Kajubi R; Huang L; Ssebuliba J; Kiconco S; Mwima MW; Achan J; Aweeka F; Parikh S; Mwebaza N

    Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. 2016 Mar; 60(3):1274-1282.

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    Dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine for the prevention of malaria in pregnancy.

    Kakuru A; Jagannathan P; Muhindo MK; Natureeba P; Awori P; Nakalembe M; Opira B; Olwoch P; Ategeka J; Nayebare P; Clark TD; Feeney ME; Charlebois ED; Rizzuto G; Muehlenbachs A; Havlir DV; Kamya MR; Dorsey G

    New England Journal of Medicine. 2016 Mar 10; 374(10):928-939.

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    Four artemisinin-based treatments in African pregnant women with malaria.

    Pekyi AA; Ampromfi H; Tinto M; Traor Coulibaly MC; Tahita I; Val V; Mwapasa L; Kalilani-Phiri G; Kalanda M; Madanitsa R; Ravinetto T; Mutabingwa P; Gbekor H; Tagbor G; Antwi J; Menten M; De Crop Y; Claeys C; Schurmans C; Van Overmeir K; Thriemer JP; Van Geertruyden U; Dalessandro M; Nambozi M; Mulenga S; Hachizovu JB; Kabuya J

    New England Journal of Medicine. 2016 Mar 10; 374(10):913-927.

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    Malaria in pregnancy: challenges for control and the need for urgent action.

    Menendez C; Ferenchick E; Roman E; Bardaji A; Mangiaterra V

    Lancet. Global Health. 2015 Aug; 3(8):e433-4.

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    Barriers to and determinants of the use of intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in pregnancy in Cross River State, Nigeria: a cross-sectional study.

    Ameh S; Owoaje E; Oyo-Ita A; Kabiru CW; Akpet OEO

    BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 2016 May 4; 16(99):1-9.

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    Perceptions and practices for preventing malaria in pregnancy in a peri-urban setting in south-western Uganda.

    Mbonye AK; Mohamud SM; Bagonza J

    Malaria Journal. 2016; 15:211.

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    Treatment policy change to dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine contributes to the reduction of adverse maternal and pregnancy outcomes.

    Poespoprodjo JR; Fobia W; Kenangalem E; Lampah DA; Sugiarto P; Tjitra E; Anstey NM; Price RN

    Malaria Journal. 2015; 14:272.

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    Global Call to Action to scale-up coverage of intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in pregnancy: Seminar report.

    Agarwal K; Alonso P; Chico RM; Coleman J; Dellicour S; Hill J; Majeres-Lugand M; Mangiaterra V; Menendez C; Mitchell K; Roman E; Sicuri E; Tagbor H; van Eijk AM; Webster J

    Malaria Journal. 2015; 14:206.

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    Global Call to Action: Maximize the public health impact of intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in pregnancy in sub-Saharan Africa.

    Chico RM; Dellicour S; Roman E; Mangiaterra V; Coleman J; Menendez C; Majeres-Lugand M; Webster J; Hill J

    Malaria Journal. 2015; 14:207.

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    Health seeking behaviour amongst pregnant women attending antenatal clinic in primary health care centres in rural communities of Nnewi North L.G.A Anambra State.

    Egbuniwe MC; Egboka OL; Nwankwo UC

    Journal of Research in Nursing and Midwifery. 2016 Jan; 5(1):1-10.

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    Access and use of interventions to prevent and treat malaria among pregnant women in Kenya and Mali: a qualitative study.

    Hill J; Kayentao K; Achieng F; Diarra S; Dellicour S; Diawara SI; Hamel MJ; Ouma P; Desai M; Doumbo OK; ter Kuile FO; Webster J

    PloS One. 2015; 10(3):e0119848.

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