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Frontiers in Malaria is a new multidisciplinary open-access journal that publishes high-quality peer-reviewed research on malaria for a broad global health audience including academics, industry, governments, and funders.

Malaria is a highly active, dynamic field covering a broad range of endemicities from high-burden countries in sub-Saharan Africa to the Asia-Pacific region and Americas which aim to eliminate the disease by 2030. The WHO and much of the global malaria community share a vision of a world free of malaria but recent progress has stalled and many challenges remain. These include emerging antimalarial and insecticide resistance, how to best reach under-served populations, identifying impactful novel interventions, and determining optimal intervention packages for a wide variety of transmission contexts and different Plasmodium species. By providing a channel for rapid sharing of the latest evidence and disseminating best practices, the journal aims to support global efforts to accelerate progress towards elimination.