The 2018 Uganda Malaria Indicator Survey showed that 59 percent of the population seek advice or treatment from the private sector. Despite this, national efforts in malaria-related capacity building have centered on public facilities, and the quality of care within Uganda’s private health facilities remains largely undocumented. This study assessed the quality of malaria-related care services in private facilities operating in districts supported by the US President Malaria Initiative’s Malaria Action Program for District (MAPD) project in Uganda.
Country: UgandaKeywords: Private sector engagement | Research | Malaria | Diagnosis | Malaria in pregnancy | Maternal, neonatal and child health | Treatment
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