Category Archives: Updates
This example briefly demonstrates the use of MDAST to look at alternative LLIN strategies, and represents one of the exercises that MDAST stakeholders engaged in during the training session of the MDAST 2012 Workshops in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. View … Continue reading
The MDAST Final Project Report is now available for download here: MDAST Final Report. You can also access the file along with all previous annual reports in the “Reports” section of the website < http://sites.duke.edu/mdast/reports/ >.
MDAST is being highlighted at the 6th Multilateral Initiative on Malaria (MIM) Pan-African Malaria Conference taking place from 6 – 11 October, 2013 in Durban, South Africa. Dr. Cliff Mutero will be presenting on MDAST at the conference and a … Continue reading
On June 14, team members presented and led a discussion on MDAST during a meeting for the AFRO II project in Nairobi. This was a valuable opportunity for dissemination and engagement of new stakeholders.
The MDAST Final Report is being finalized and will soon be made available online.
An updated version of the MDAST User Manual is now available online. It can be viewed and downloaded at <http://sites.duke.edu/mdast/manual/>. To follow along with the examples contained in the manual, be sure to download the MDAST example files available at … Continue reading
The MDAST Year 3 Annual Progress Report, along with all previous MDAST Annual Reports, is available for download in the “Reports” section of the website < http://sites.duke.edu/mdast/reports/ >.
The MDAST stakeholder development process was highlighted through a poster presentation at the BioMed Central Conference “Challenges in Malaria Research: Progress Towards Elimination” from 10-12 October 2012 in Basel, Switzerland. The title of the poster was “Stakeholder development of the … Continue reading
MDAST developer and modeler Zack Brown has been recognized for his research on malaria control programs with the Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award by the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association. For the more details on the award, please visit this link.
The 3rd Meeting of the Steering Committee of the Malaria Decision Analysis Support Tool (MDAST) project was held at the Imperial Resort Beach Hotel in Entebbe, Uganda on 6 & 7 August 2012. The main objectives