This report presents the results and key findings of the first round survey carried out by the Beyond Garki project during October-November 2012 in four sites in Ethiopia and Uganda.
The findings show a number of interesting patterns of malaria in relation to coverage and use of current interventions and indicate that malaria epidemiology seems to be changing compared with earlier published data. These findings will be used importantly for comparison with future surveys and to monitor epidemiological changes to support adaptation of control strategies.
The Beyond Garki project led by Malaria Consortium is engaged in long-term analysis of changes in the epidemiology of malaria within the context of the implemented interventions. It aims to assess conditions for reducing transmission below its critical level and to make recommendations to adapt prevention and control measures to observed changes.M&E and surveillance | Research | Policy development | Use of evidence | Malaria | Vector control
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