JHMRI is a state-of-the-art research facility that has mounted a broad program of basic-science research to treat and control malaria, develop a vaccine and find new drug targets to prevent and cure this deadly disease. JHMRI has attracted a critical mass of malaria experts from around the world.

CCP's Global Program on Malaria consolidates its ongoing programs focused on malaria prevention and control. These include behavior change communication, advocacy, and health marketing and promotion of insecticide-treated nets and anti-malarial medicines, in six African countries.

Jhpiego is a recognized leader in applying innovations in malaria prevention and treatment to save the lives of women and their families. Our programs promote integrating services across the continuum of care to link communities and health care providers. Jhpiego partners in international initiatives & regional coalitions.

International Health works on a range of malaria- related programs from vaccine development to behavioral interventions. Faculty collaborate with the schools of Medicine and Nursing as well as other departments in the Bloomberg School of Public Health.

The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health coordinates the work of all of Hopkins global health-affiliated organizations, in order to effectively address and ameliorate the world's most pressing health issues, including malaria. It also serves a a resource center for the faculty, staff, and students of the university.