Malaria is a major cause of illness and death in Nigeria, where much of the population is vulnerable to the disease. Pregnant women and young children are at particular risk, and 13 highly-populous states account for 42 percent of the country’s average malaria prevalence.
This project aims to support Nigeria’s public health system and reduce malaria to pre-elimination levels by 2020 by promoting prevention and strengthening diagnosis, treatment and reporting in high-risk regions and among the most vulnerable groups.
Country: NigeriaKeywords: Capacity building | Community delivery | M&E and surveillance | Public health communications | Child and maternal health | Health system strengthening | Use of evidence | Malaria | Case management | Diagnosis | Elimination | iCCM | Malaria in pregnancy | Maternal, neonatal and child health | Preventive treatments | Treatment | SDG1 | SDG3
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