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 Malaria Decision Analysis Support Tool (MDAST)”. The full abstract can be accessed through the Malaria Journal site here: http://www.malariajournal.com/content/11/S1/P15 .
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 Continue reading
The 2012 MDAST Demonstration and Training Series was held in order to demonstrate and train key stakeholders in the use of the tool, and to gain expert feedback from them in order to assess the tool and strategies for its dissemination and implementation. Continue reading
The Malaria Decision Analysis Support Tool (MDAST) project was created to provide practical decision support for the implementation of malaria control strategies, including both vector control and disease management. MDAST provides a platform for users Continue reading