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CDC has been a leader in the fight against malaria for more than 60 years, ever since the agency’s early days as a federal program that led the successful elimination of malaria from the United States. CDC scientists provide technical expertise to develop evidence-based policies and programs, critical scientific innovations to help guide future global malaria efforts, and monitoring and evaluation of progress toward global malaria goals.
CDC is charged by U.S. Congress (through the Lantos-Hyde Act, 2008) to take a leading role in strategic information (monitoring and evaluation, surveillance, and operations research), including advising the U.S. Malaria Coordinator on priorities for these activities and being a key implementer of such activities.
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