In 2020, Nigeria still accounted for 27 percent of global malaria cases and 23 percent of global malaria deaths. While several factors have contributed to this situation, two are of particular concern: inadequate domestic financing of malaria interventions in the country, and insufficient health budgets to date. To improve domestic financing in the country, Malaria consortium’s Support to the National Malaria Programme in Nigeria 2 (SuNMaP 2) developed a domestic resource mobilisation approach.
Country: NigeriaKeywords: Capacity development | Community delivery | Malaria | Case management | Quality improvement | SDGs
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