Seasonal malaria chemoprevention was delivered for the first time in Mozambique in 2020–2021, achieving very high coverage of households and eligible children.
We made technological adaptations to Mozambique's existing upSCALE digital platform to support health workers' ability to respond to the pandemic.
We are supporting Nigeria’s National Malaria Elimination Programme to deliver a set of interventions that are designed to develop capacity around reporting and case management within the public health system.
Malaria Consortium, in partnership with UNICEF, is supporting the Ministry of Health to implement a project funded by UK aid (from the UK government) in 25 districts in mid-northern Uganda, to support efforts to reduce malaria-related morbidity and mortality. The…
The Ugandan government has adopted the community health toolkit approach to standardise and govern mHealth interactions within the country. The toolkit is a global public good that aims to digitise…Learn more
Through Supporting Uganda's Malaria Reduction and Elimination Strategy (SUMRES), the project aims to reduce the morbidity and mortality of malaria and other common illnesses in 11 target districts in the…Learn more
Strengthening Uganda's response to malaria in 16 districts in Northern and Eastern UgandaLearn more
Within the broader scope of the Regional Health Integration to Enhance Services in Eastern Uganda (RHITES-E) project, Malaria Consortium is supporting 25 districts in eastern Uganda with the delivery of…Learn more
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…Learn more
COVID-19 Case Series Study in Uganda to establish what can be said about any interaction with MalariaLearn more
Access to quality health services for childhood diseases and MNC in 14 districts of Uganda. Find information on the first iCCM-MaCS project here.Learn more
Improving maternal and child survival in Kibale and Hoima districts through strengthened community-health facility linkages and health service deliveryLearn more
In 2017–2018, the Ugandan Ministry of Health successfully implemented a universal coverage campaign for long lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs), distributing 26.6 million nets throughout the country. The post-distribution monitoring project…Learn more
Integrated Community Case Management (iCCM) brings healthcare closer to communities by training members of Village Health Teams (VHTs) to assess symptoms and treat illnesses. It also reduces the need for…Learn more
In February and March 2015, Malaria Consortium supported the Comic Relief-funded ‘Operation Health’ project, which renovated and refitted the Iyolwa Health Centre III in Tororo district in Eastern Uganda. Building upon…Learn more
COMDIS-HSD is a Research Programme Consortium (RPC) funded by the UK government. The purpose of the consortium is to improve delivery of basic health services, particularly for communicable diseases. It…Learn more
The Malaria Control Culture project in Tororo district, Uganda, aims to reduce malaria mortality and morbidity by fostering a culture of malaria control at community and health facility levels. In…Learn more
A consortium of partners, comprising Medicines for Malaria Venture, Clinton Health Access Initiative, Partnership for Supply Chain Management and Malaria Consortium have developed this project to improve malaria outcomes through…Learn more
The project aims to identify the most accurate, acceptable, scalable and user-friendly respiratory rate timers and pulse oximeters for diagnosis of pneumonia symptoms by community health workers and first line…Learn more
This project is funded by UNITAID via PSI, and aims at creating a private sector market for quality-assured malaria Rapid Diagnostic Tests (mRDTs) in malaria endemic countries. Of the five…Learn more
The inSCALE project - Innovations at Scale for Community Access and Lasting Effects - funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, increased the coverage of integrated community case management…Learn more
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…Learn more
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