Dr. Corine Karema is really committed in making malaria a history in Rwanda. Her efforts in empowering and motivating Community Health Workers (CHWs), distributing mosquitoes nets in each and every households, effective campaigns using radio dramas, villages schools...have paid a lot in reducing malaria related mortality rate among rural women and children. We wish her all the best. Alexandre Marara.
Dr. Corine, Wish you Best of luck! In Rwanda, We have almost forgotten how Malaria can be dangerous due to your hard work and tireless efforts! Keep up the good work and continue the fight! You deserve the Award.
Dr.Corine a montré une bravour pour un combat acharné contre la malaria et ses efforts méritent d'etre reconnus etant donné qu'elle continue toujours à mener la bataille contre ce fléau.
Exceptional and talented, Dr Corine has been at the forefront of rolling back Malaria in Rwanda and it is a success felt wherever in communities of Rwanda.i will always remember her when i was involved in Indoor Residual Spraying PROGRAM that she was also accountable. Give her a chance, she deserves it.
Dr Corine has contributed a lot to the reduction of malaria burden in Rwanda. Here are some evidence: 70% decline in malaria incidence between 2005 and 2010, 60% decline in outpatient malaria cases between 2005 and 2010, 66% decline in malaria test positivity rate (TPR) between 2001 and 2010. Not only at country level but also at regional level
Dr. Corine Karema has been at the forefront of malaria control interventions in Rwanda for many years and it is so amazing to see how malaria has reduced in Rwanda. If Rwandans enjoy improved health and if Rwanda successfully enjoy the reduction of infants and Mothers mortality, and has successfully achieved the MDGs 4,5 and 6, Dr. Corine Karema is among those who contributed to this wonderful success. She really deserves this award and many more as her successful work went beyond Rwandan borders. I wish her more success.
Dr Corine deserve this award as she has been leading the malaria program in Rwanda for a while, she is very committed and has a strong leadership in the fight against malaria. Despite all the challenges in malaria control, she always had strategies to overcome them. And we are proud of her leadership that reduced deaths due to malaria.
Dr Corine has both spearhead fight against malaria, and most importantly now teaching this effort to the next generation of Rwanda health professionals as faculty at the new University of Global Health Equity (www.UGHE.org). Dr Corine, your effort will leave a lasting legacy, Dr Corine! We stand with you!