Yeromin Mlacha

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IHI team engages with top brass at SERI

The IHI team (right) led by Dr. Honorati Masanja (not seen on the photo) meets with SERI officials (left row) during a stakeholder engagement meeting in Bern last week. PHOTO/COURTESY …

Health professionals learn “One Health” approach

Dr. Ally Olotu stresses a point when he addressed participants and invited guests during the opening ceremony. PHOTO/IHIcoms (Bagamoyo, Aprili 5 2019) Health professionals from Zoonotic disease risk areas of …

Recent Projects

Calcium supplementation on pregnant women

Project summary This is a trial-based study funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. It intends to generate evidence for decision-making on the potential non-inferiority of a lower dose …

Sustainable, Healthy, Learning Cities and Neighbourhoods

The Sustainable, Healthy, Learning Cities and Neighbourhoods is an exciting project in which IHI works with a consortium of partners from Asia and Africa to 1) develop capacity for improved …

Yeromin Mlacha

Research Scientist

Mr. Yeromin Mlacha is a Research Scientist in the Environmental Health and Ecological Sciences Department. He graduated from University of Dar es Salaam in 2007 with a BSc in Wildlife Science and Conservation, and obtained an MSc in Biology and Control of Parasites and Disease Vectors, from Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK, in 2012. His thesis work focused on “Evaluating the use of anonymized routine health facility-based data as a resource to identify malaria infection clusters in urban Dar es Salaam”. Between 2009-2014 Mr. Mlacha has done extensive field research on the monitoring and evaluation of adult mosquito surveillance tools, and evaluation of an alpha-cypermethrin long-lasting insecticidal net (Veeralin LN) against natural populations of An arabiensis in experimental huts. His current research is focused on Application of Community-Based and Integrated Strategy to reduce malaria disease burden in Rufiji-Tanzania. This study is implemented in collaboration with partners in China, the final goal of the pilot project is to explore appropriate modes and mechanisms to effectively reduce the disease burden of malaria based on the existing local system, which could then be scaled up and used in other regions. Along with his interest on GIS, Mr. Mlacha is conducting spatial, and temporal, analytical methods to evaluate risk of malaria transmission in urban and rural environments.

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China-Tanzania joint malaria project: application of community-based integrated strategies to reduce malaria burden

Quality assurance for country-wide entomological surveillance of malaria vectors in Tanzania

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