Vector Control, Sauver des Vies
  • Lutter contre les maladies à transmission vectorie

  • Le paludisme peut être arrêté

  • Chaque personne compte

  • Travailler en partenariat

  • Protéger les personnes, prospérité croissante

  • Sauver des vies lutte antivectorielle

    Sauver des vies lutte antivectorielle

  • Création d'un avenir libre de la malaria

    Création d'un avenir libre de la malaria

  • Créer des solutions aux maladies transmises par le

  • Protéger les personnes, prospérité croissante

  • Photo de filles au Burkina Faso

    Aucun enfant ne devrait mourir du paludisme

  • La création de partenariats à travers le monde

Notre histoire

Au IVCC nous sommes passionnés de finir le travail que nous avons mis en place à faire. Ces vidéos racontent une partie de l'histoire.

  • Qu'est-ce que la lutte antivectorielle (en japonais)

    What is Vector Control and why is it important to global public health?
  • Combler le fossé

    IVCC together with its agrochemical partners has identified three totally new anti-malarial insecticides and is to bring them into final development. But there is a funding gap of $50-100 million to finish the job. Many companies have business interests and major markets in the areas affected by malaria and healthy employees, customers and communities are really important to them. So are the Corporate Social Responsibility benefits enough to get a handful of companies to contribute $5-10 miliion over a few years to help bridge the gap?
  • Présentation IVCC (en japonais)

    This is the Introducing IVCC video in Japanese, with Japanese subtitles.
  • IVCC Présentation: lutte contre le paludisme

    IVCC was set up to find new ways to control the mosquitoes that transmit malaria, dengue, and other deadly diseases. This is our story.
  • La résistance aux insecticides: le point de basculement

    Anti-malarial insecticides are widely recognised as one of the most important elements in the battle against malaria. But mosquitoes are developing resistance to the insecticides that are available, and this is becoming a serious issue. That's why developing new anti-malarial insecticides quickly is so essential to world health.
  • Pourquoi avons-nous besoin de 3 nouveaux insecticides contre le paludisme?

    Insecticide treated bednets and indoor residual spraying have dramatically reduced malaria deaths and sickness. But they depend on only four classes of insecticide for IRS and just one, the pyrethroids, for bednets. Find out why we need more than one new class of anti-malaria insecticide to replace them.
  • Quelle est la lutte antivectorielle?

    What exactly is Vector Control and why is it so important?
  • Franchir la ligne d'arrivée

    We are nearly there. After extensive work by our industrial partners we are at the point of selecting several new classes of insecticides for final development. We have got this far with the help of many. We need you to help us cross the finish line.
  • Tous les questions de personne

    The work we are doing is vital. Lives are being saved now through Vector Control, and many lives are at risk if we do not achieve our goals. Every life saved makes a difference. Every life lost diminishes us all—each one could be a Mandela, a Mozart, or an Einstein. Every person matters: every single one.
  • Progress to date — Stakeholder Day 2016

    Vector Control is an essential part of the battle against malaria. This short video, produced for the IVCC Stakeholder Day in 2016, shows progress today in the development of new vector control tools and solutions, and introduces IVCC's NgenIRS programme, and IVCC's involvement with Innovation to Impact.