We would like to thank the leadership at the National Malaria Control Programme; district health leadership in Tororo, Jinja, and Kanungu districts; staff at the three health center IV’s of Nagongera, Walukuba, and Kihihi; the Uganda malaria surveillance project data officers at these sites; members of the UMSP project, especially Arthur Mpimbaza and Geoff Lavoy; and the wider IDRC team that have been instrumental to the smooth running of this surveillance work over the years.
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