Support to the Nigeria Malaria Programme – is a £50 million five-year UK aid funded programme that works with the government and people of Nigeria to strengthen the national effort to control malaria. The programme began in April 2008, and runs to March 2013. This learning paper describes, in detail, the programmes approach to malaria control and explores the reasons for the programmes success from the perspective of health workers trained by the programme, community members and others.
This paper is part of a series of Learning Papers that provides learning on SuNMaP’s other five core outputs: demand creation; harmonisation; prevention of malaria; treatment of malaria; operations research.
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