The Strengthening Malaria Surveillance for Data-driven Decision-making project successfully rolled out an integrated malaria information storage system in year one, and improved data quality and developed a data-to-action culture in year two. During the third year, the focus shifted to streamlining data quality assurance activities, promoting the use of iMISS dashboards for decision-making and reviewing the outbreak investigation and response procedures. This learning brief reflects on the lessons learnt during the final year of implementation.
Country: MozambiqueKeywords: Community delivery | Digital health | Monitoring and evaluation | Surveillance | Malaria | iCCM | Quality improvement | SDG3
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