Malaria Consortium Programme Partnership Arrangement
Malaria Consortium's Programme Partnership Arrangement (PPA) with the UK Department for International Development is for £2.6million each year from April 2011 to March 2016. PPA is one of DFID's main support mechanisms for civil society, enabling them to plan and deliver programmes including in more difficult, higher risk environments. PPAs are aimed at civil society organisations with a global reach and who are leaders in their field. Malaria Consortium uses this flexible strategic funding to drive forward its mission to bring to poor people relief from, and protection against, communicable diseases, especially malaria, by being a leading organisation combining cutting edge technical ability and operational excellence.
Some of the work we are carrying out under PPA from 2014-2016 includes:
- Africa region/UK: Demographic and Health Survey and Malaria Indicator Survey Data Analysis
- Mozambique: Integrated community case management (iCCM) and drug supply management
- Ethiopia: Malaria and neglected tropical disease integrated interventions
- South Sudan: Neglected tropical disease control as well as monitoring and evaluation support to the Ministry of Health
- Uganda: Integrated community case management in midwestern Uganda. We also conduct research (in Uganda and the UK) into changing malaria epidemiology, pyrethroids and malaria transmission
- Asia region
- Myanmar: Integrated community case management
- Cambodia: Scaling up malaria and dengue control
- UK/Global: Organisational strengthening initiatives, as well as communications and advocacy work.
For more information, visit our PPA project page.
Start Date:27/05/2011End Date:31/03/2016Countries:Cambodia, Ethiopia, Mozambique, South Sudan, Uganda, UK, ZambiaRegions:Africa, Asia, GlobalKeywords:Childhood illnesses, malariaDonor:Department for International Development (DFID) / UKaidBudget:13,351,345.00 (GBP)