Our projects (Uganda)
The aim of the project is to contribute to the reduction of deaths in children due to malaria and other severe childhood illness through a strengthened health system.
The purpose of the Pioneer Project is to reduce malaria related morbidity and mortality in the target areas. The project also aims to gain a deeper understanding of the most effective approaches in achieving this objective.
The aim of the project is to support countries in the development of efficient, comprehensive and sustainable programmes to ensure high ownership and use of long lasting insecticidal nets and other malaria prevention technologies.
The aim of the project is to demonstrate that coverage of government-led integrated community case management programmes can be increased to cover up to 30 percent of the districts, primarily resulting in more children with diarrhoea, pneumonia and malaria accessing appropriate care.
COMDIS-HSD Comparing ICCM in Rural and Peri-Urban Villages in Uganda
This study aims to inform decision making on whether or not the integrated community case management (ICCM) strategy should be tailored differently in rural and peri-urban settings and make recommendations for how ICCM can be improved.
This project aims in Uganda's Central region aims to reduce under-five child mortality and improve maternal and newborn health through the provision of integrated community case management.
The purpose of the Beyond Garki project is to support health services in Ethiopia, Nigeria, Uganda and Cambodia to monitor the changing malaria epidemiology within the context of available interventions and assess the conditions necessary to reduce transmission below the critical level.
Stop Malaria Project
Stop Malaria Project is designed to assist the Government of Uganda to reach its goal of reducing malaria-related mortality by 50% by 2010.
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