In the course of 2021, as in previous years, AMP played a role in supporting national malaria programmes and their partners to deploy insecticide-treated nets (ITN) resources effectively, including new ITN types to address insecticide resistance. The continuation of the COVID-19 pandemic threatened campaigns that were due to take place in 2021, but in line with recommendations from WHO to maintain malaria prevention activities, most planned campaigns went ahead, although with adaptations to fall in line with restrictions mandated by the pandemic. The leadership of national malaria programmes and the flexibility of partners were critical to maintaining the planned ITN distributions and other malaria interventions.
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