Help us improve access to healthcare in eastern UgandaPublished: Sep 23, 2016
When your child is sick from a fever, vomiting or suffering from dehydration from constant diarrhoea, you need to seek urgent medical help. If you live in a rural area with no transport, you need that help to come to you.

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Malaria Consortium welcomes UK’s increased Global Fund commitment Published: Sep 19, 2016
Donors met at the fifth replenishment conference of The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria on 16-17 September in Montreal, Canada to pledge US$12.9 billion to fight the three targeted diseases. This historic financial commitment will contribute to saving eight million lives between 2017 and 2019, as governments, civil society and the private sector aim to accelerate progress against these killer diseases.

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Malaria Consortium to lead USAID/PMI malaria project in UgandaPublished: Sep 6, 2016
Malaria Consortium is pleased to announce that it has been selected to implement USAID/PMI’s Uganda’s Malaria Action Program for Districts Project. The contract is valued at over US$41 million and will run for a period of five years.

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Sokoto and Zamfara launch the second season of SMCPublished: Sep 6, 2016
This year, 1,735,602 children under five living in Nigeria will be given lifesaving seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) to protect them from malaria when they are most at risk, during the rainy season.

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ACCESS-SMC Mali, 2016Published: Sep 1, 2016
In Mali, ACCESS-SMC covers 20 medical districts targeting 1.5 million children aged 3 to 59 months. This year, new technologies for the transmission of information have been integrated as an important step in data qualification. Catholic Relief Services has supported the National Malaria Control Program to design a paper-to-digital data collection process where District Data Managers use devices to input campaign data, such as the number of children seen, the number of drugs dispensed, the number of serious adverse effects as well as referrals for analysis and action.

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