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Project Director, End Malaria Project, DRC Jeanine Musau

Jeanine Musau, M.D. is a public health practitioner and malaria expert with more than fifteen years of experience, including nine years working as a malaria specialist on USAID-funded projects, and six years at the National Malaria Control Program in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). She is currently the Project Director of the USAID-funded End Malaria Project in DRC. Her experience includes providing leadership in planning, coordinating, and implementing insecticide-treated bed net campaigns inclusive of quantification of malaria commodities. Jeanine holds a Master of Public Health and Community Health from the University of Kinshasa School of Public Health in DRC, as well as a certification in disease control from the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp, Belgium and a certification in malaria from the Kinshasa School of Public Health.

by Jeanine Musau

Trinômes to Binômes: Optimizing Community Health Resources to Achieve Universal ITN Coverage in the DRC

This post originally appeared in The Frontline Health Workers Coalition. Despite having limited resources, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) continues its fight against malaria through the widespread distribution of insecticide-treated bed nets (ITNs). However, finding efficiencies and reducing the cost of each campaign is paramount. Thanks to the collaborative efforts of the U.S. President’s…