Between 2009 and 2014, Malaria Consortium launched and implemented the Pioneer project in mid-western Uganda, funded by Comic Relief UK. The project aimed to reduce the number of malaria cases and deaths through support to the Ministry of Health and national malaria programmes at national, district and community levels.
This report details the lessons that emerged over the five years of the Pioneer project, including the approaches and interventions developed and Malaria Consortium’s experience in implementing a holistic system strengthening approach. Malaria Consortium hopes that the findings from this report will benefit and be used by all those involved in the implementation and scale up of malaria control interventions.
Country: UgandaKeywords: Community delivery | M&E and surveillance | Public health communications | Malaria | Case management | Diagnosis | iCCM | Vector control
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