The main stakeholders of the REACT project are policy makers based in the local and governmental ministries of low-income countries, to support development, health and planning purposes. National malaria control programmes and local community-based programmes that use labour-intensive ground-based mapping and surveillance may be interested in faster and less labour-intensive alternatives for effective mosquito control. During the first phase of the project (when case studies will be selected), we will identify and contact these potential local stakeholders in order to better evaluate their interest and needs.


In addition, international organizations and agencies (e.g. the Word Health Organization or the Clinton Health Access Initiative), governmental organizations (e.g., the DGCD), and various non-governmental organizations working on health and development may also be interested in the outputs of the REACT project.