International development professional interested in using the power of social innovation to reduce poverty and enhance agency. Current MA student in International Policy at Stanford, previously worked on climate change programs at the State Department and strategy and impact measurement at Accion.
Anushka Agarwal I found a really interesting report from the World Health Organization that contains a very comprehensive listing of the intervention policies and strategies that have been adopted in each malaria-affected country, the year that each strategy was implemented, and who financed the intervention. Check it out here: http://www.who.int/malaria/publications/world-malaria-report-2015/wmr2015-profiles.pdf?ua=1 Generally, distribution has been primarily financed by international donors, and funding remains the primary challenge to reaching full distribution. Moreover, research has shown that distributing mosquito nets for free, rather than charging even a subsidized rate, can help to improve uptake.