This publication showcases the impact of Malaria Consortium’s Mbale malaria control project through the voices of implementers and beneficiaries.
The project, which ran between 2011 and 2015, aimed to contribute to the reduction of deaths in children due to malaria and other severe childhood illnesses through a strengthened health system. By working with district authorities and the Ministry of Health, the project supported the implementation and design of interventions that aimed to tackle the barriers that prevent children from getting appropriate healthcare, and to ensure sustainability of the interventions.
Country: UgandaKeywords: Capacity building | Community delivery | Public health communications | Child and maternal health | Health system strengthening | Diarrhoea | Malaria | Pneumonia | Case management | Quality improvement
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