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…
Strengthening Uganda's response to malaria in 16 districts in Northern and Eastern UgandaLearn more
Funded by the Gates Foundation, the four year (2018-2022) technical assistance to CHIPS programme aims at supporting improvement access and quality of PHC at the community level in Niger State.…Learn more
Despite recent reductions in malaria-related morbidity and mortality, malaria still poses a significant barrier to social and economic development in Ethiopia. The country is implementing essential malaria control and elimination…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
Reducing the Malaria Burden to Pre-Elimination Levels and Bringing Malaria Related Mortality to Zero by 2020 in NigeriaLearn more
Improving maternal and child survival in Kibale and Hoima districts through strengthened community-health facility linkages and health service deliveryLearn 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 aim of the project is to improve child survival in children under five years by increasing access to prompt and effective treatment of common childhood illnesses including malaria, pneumonia…Learn more
The ICCM Central Project reduced under five child mortality by supporting the implementation of an effective and replicable community based treatment system for childhood malaria, pneumonia, diarrhea and newborn health…Learn more
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