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The PMI AIRS Project facilitated the disposal of 119 tons of obsolete DDT.

PMI Helps Ethiopia Clean Up Hazardous Waste

PMI AIRS Supports Ethiopia’s Disposal of DDT For the past six decades, Ethiopia has implemented indoor residual spraying (IRS) to control malaria. In that time, the country has used a variety of insecticides in an effort to combat resistance. As the country periodically shifted to different insecticides, it was often left with an accumulation of […]

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Waste Not, Want Not

Improved Stock Management Reduces Insecticide Waste Over the past several decades Ethiopia has used a variety of insecticides for indoor residual spraying (IRS) to prevent the spread of malaria, including DDT, malathion, deltamethrin, bendiocarb, propoxur, and pirimiphos-methyl. Changes in insecticides used for IRS and poor quantification have often resulted in excessive stock of expired insecticides. […]

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Integrating Mobile Technology into Project Implementation: Improving Efficiency in Malaria Control Operations

The PMI AIRS Project is finding innovative ways to incorporate technology to increase efficiency, reduce the time lag between managerial decision making and implementation, as well as decrease bottlenecks related to administrative processes. Read more here: mHealth Technical Brief

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