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Malaria Action Program for Districts

Project Details

Country
Uganda

Donor
USAID, UK Aid

Budget
41,452,706 USD

Partner Organisations
Jhpiego
Banyan Global
Communication for Development Foundation Uganda (CDFU)
Deloitte Uganda and Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI)

Start Date
19/08/2016

End Date
18/08/2021

 

Project Overview

Despite significant progress over the last decade, malaria remains persistently high in most areas of Uganda. The country still has one of the highest malaria burdens in Africa.

USAID’s Malaria Action Program for Districts, made possible by support from the American and British people, is working to help control this disease. The programme is being implemented by Malaria Consortium in partnership with Jhpiego, Banyan Global, Communication for Development Foundation Uganda (CDFU), Deloitte Uganda and Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI).

We are providing technical direction and oversight of the programme, programmatic and representation leadership, as well as coordination of the partners. Project partners bring critical technical expertise and implementation experience in the Ugandan context in the areas of capacity building and malaria in pregnancy (Jhpiego), gender inclusion (Banyan), diagnostics (IDI), communications (CDFU), and grants management (Deloitte).

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