Protecting Communities with Integrated Vector Control
MosquitoZone International is a team of PhD-level and MS-level entomologists and epidemiologists, as well as military-trained public health technicians, with extensive experience with public health programs, both in the field, in the non-profit sector, and in government overseeing large-scale national and international programs. We have strategic partnerships with bilateral and multilateral donors, international NGOs, business coalitions and governments. We operate all over Africa, and southeast Asia.
Entomological and epidemiological malaria or dengue risk assessment, case investigation and root-cause exposure analysis, on a program-wide basis or in response to an outbreak or hotspot
Program design and intervention planning (either program-wide or outbreak-specific)
Mosquito sentinel surveillance system (short-term setup and staff training, or long-term operation), to monitor program effectiveness and predict program vulnerabilities and hotspot development
IRS campaign operation, training, design/setup, or quality assurance monitoring
Audit or evaluate program effectiveness
Install, train and support M&E software
Environmental management, including identifying, eliminating and reducing breeding sites
Environmental protection, including insecticide management according to WHO protocols
Facilitate strategic partnerships between a program and international donors, organizations and multilateral institutions, such as the Global Fund, PMI/USAID, WHO, Gates Foundation, Ministries of Health, and socially-minded business coalitions, and NGOs (i.e. World Vision, Africare, Catholic Relief)
Entomological consultation, assessment, or monitoring by experienced field entomologists who can be on on-site full-time or part-time, or regionally-based to reduce costs
Insecticide resistance testing
How we can help
MosquitoZone International’s experts stand ready to support your program in whatever way you need – from providing a little advice to get you started, to making improvements to your existing program, or to operating a comprehensive program on your behalf.
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VP, Corporate Affairs
MosquitoZone Washington Office
1101 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20004