Results from trial of new malaria control tool published in Malaria Journal

Results from MENTOR’s trial of an innovative malaria control tool called Durable Wall Lining (DWL) have been published in the Malaria Journal. Analysis of the data from the trial in Liberia shows it has the potential to provide longer lasting, continuous protection from malaria. The material was found to be more effective than commonly used […]

Delivering malaria control activities during extreme flooding – South Sudan

In recent months, South Sudan has experienced its most devastating floods in 60 years, with torrential rains ravaging several parts of the country. More than 1 million people across half of South Sudan have been affected by devastating flooding since July 2020 (1). Entire communities have fled to higher ground to escape the rising waters […]


MENTOR began working in Liberia in 2003 and trained several thousand health workers in the 15 counties to increase their technical capacity at a national level. MENTOR has helped to manage infectious diseases such as Ebola, through improved surveillance, effective IPC (Infection and prevention control) practices, differential diagnosis and case management. During the Ebola outbreak, […]