SMC 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 support Nigeria’s National Malaria Elimination Programme to deliver interventions that are designed to develop capacity around reporting and case management.
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…
In late 2020, the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) funded Expanding System Capacity and Availability of Malaria Chemoprevention in the Sahel Region (SMC IMPACT) programme provided to Malaria Consortium, a…Learn more
SMC has been used successfully in the Sahel region of West and Central Africa and has been shown to be 75 percent effective in preventing uncomplicated and severe malaria during…Learn more
The study aims to test the feasibility, effectiveness and chemoprevention efficacy of SMC with SPAQ in an area of Mozambique where malaria transmission is highly seasonal.This implementation research study uses…Learn more
This study aims to provide additional evidence to support policy makers’ decision-making regarding full integration of VAS with SMC campaigns at scale and in diverse settings. The objectives are to…Learn more
Assessing the feasibility, acceptability and impact of seasonal malaria chemoprevention in Mozambique. SMC funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; MozambiqueLearn more
To provide SMC to 60,000 children in urban districts of Ouagadougou. provide SMC in five urban health districts in and around the capital city, Ouagadougou. This would be the first…Learn more
Implementation of Seasonal Malaria Chemoprophylaxis and Support to National Malaria Elimination Programme (NMEP)Learn more
Achieving Catalytic Expansion of Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention in the Sahel (ACCESS-SMC) is a UNITAID-funded project, led by Malaria Consortium in partnership with Catholic Relief Services, which is supporting National Malaria…Learn more
The project aims to improve child health in Katsina state through increased access to seasonal malaria chemoprevention using community-based delivery systems, and assessing its feasibility for scale up within the…Learn more
Funds received from various parties supporting SMC.Learn more
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