BOHEMIA project manager

“I was lucky enough to grow up in a malaria-free region of Kenya”

Interview with Mercy Wanjiru Kariuki, Project Manager for Operations, BOHEMIA study in Kenya As a ...
"BOHEMIA is enabling the community to actively participate in malaria control"

“BOHEMIA is enabling the community to actively participate in malaria control”

Interview with Truphena Nafula, Research Officer, BOHEMIA As a child, what did you want to ...
Mary Mael

“Ivermectin for malaria strategy is an innovative, new, and bold way of approaching vector control”

Interview with Mary Mael, Project Manager, BOHEMIA As a child, what did you want to ...
"Misinformation will be a key issue that we need to be ready to address in this malaria project"

“Misinformation will be a key issue that we need to be ready to address in this malaria project”

Interview with Lydia Kasiwa, Community Liaison Officer, Kenya As a child, what did you want ...
"None of us ever imagined that football would become an essential part of this malaria project"

“None of us ever imagined that football would become an essential part of this malaria project”

Interview with Paulo Jorge, supervisor of fieldworkers in Mungane village, Mozambique As a child, what ...
"BOHEMIA is reimagining the use of an old drug and invoking a collective vision for malaria vector control"

“BOHEMIA is reimagining the use of an old drug and invoking a collective vision for malaria vector control”

Aida Xerinda, BOHEMIA's Community Liaison Officer in Mopeia, shares her experience of working with the ...
"Collecting pregnancy data in a massive trial like BOHEMIA is challenging but important"

“Collecting pregnancy data in a massive trial like BOHEMIA is challenging but important”

Amélia Albino Honwana is part of BOHEMIA's medical team. She is currently based in Mopeia, ...
“The world needs more tools in the malaria toolbox”

“The world needs more tools in the malaria toolbox”

Mary-Ann Richardson is BOHEMIA’s clinical trial manager. She initially joined the project as a contractor ...
Charfudin Sacoor - BOHEMIA Project

“Today humanity has more information and tools to fight malaria but the gains in this fight still create geographical asymmetries ”

In June 2004, Charfudin Sacoor started working at the Manhiça Health Research Centre (CISM), a ...
Caroline Jones, Oxford University

“Reducing inequity is the most effective way of protecting the vulnerable from malaria”

BOHEMIA’s lead social scientist Caroline Jones has 20 years of experience working in sub-Saharan Africa ...