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Publication Impact of Insecticide-Treated Net Ownership on All-Cause Under-Five Mortality in Malawi, 2006–2010
Florey LS, Bennett A, Hershey C, Bhattarai A, Nielsen CF, Ali D, Luhanga M, Taylor C, Eisele T, Yé Y (2017)
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Publication Measuring malaria diagnosis and treatment coverage in population-based surveys: a recall validation study in Mali among caregivers of febrile children under 5 years
Ruth A. Ashton, Bakary Doumbia, Diadier Diallo, Thomas Druetz, Lia Florey, Cameron Taylor, Fred Arnold, Jules Mihigo, Diakalia Koné, Seydou Fomba, Erin Eckert, and Thomas P. Eisele (2018)
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M&E of Malaria
Weekly listserv providing articles and reports, job announcements and information on upcoming malaria-related events such as conferences and trainings.
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National Forum Unites Malaria-Control Experts in Kenya
With support from MEASURE Evaluation, the first Kenya National Malaria Forum was held October 10-11 in Nairobi. The forum brought together more than 130 participants from the Kenyan government, NGOs, the press, faith-based organizations, universities, and other organizations participated to share knowledge and experiences about malaria control.
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Malaria
MEASURE Evaluation is a recognized leader in malaria M&E. We work with country ministries of health at national and subnational levels, with USAID missions and other key stakeholders and donors.
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Monitoring Malaria Trends with Cell Phones and Site Visits in Ethiopia
A collaborative project is using cell phones and supervisory visits to help analyze malaria trends in Ethiopia’s Oromia region. The project works by using SMS technology to build on existing reporting systems to monitor malaria diagnostic, treatment, and control activities.
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Monitoring Malaria Trends in Mali Using Cell Phones
Cell phones are improving the frequency and efficiency of how malaria-related data are reported in Mali through a MEASURE Evaluation project. The ongoing project consists of a system that contains malaria-related statistics and information that those on the system can access via entering a code into their cell phones.
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