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République démocratique du Congo
Located in Countries / The Democratic Republic of the Congo
Ethiopia
MEASURE Evaluation began working with Ethiopia’s Ministry of Health in 2008 to focus on monitoring the number of malaria cases. Our work included a broad array of activities, such as improving the quality of data through health management information systems (HMIS) that assist health systems to better respond to malaria, HIV and AIDS, and other health issues.
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Liberia
MEASURE Evaluation works in Liberia to strengthen the institutional capacity of the Liberian Ministry of Health (MOH) to manage its health information system and to use the data generated by this system for policy and programmatic decision making.
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Madagascar
MEASURE Evaluation’s work in Madagascar focuses on health information systems (HIS) strengthening at the national and district levels.
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Malawi
MEASURE Evaluation works in Malawi to strengthen particular components of the health information system and to improve the quality and use of data.
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Mali
In Mali, MEASURE Evaluation provides support to the country’s National Malaria Control Program, with additional technical assistance to USAID’s non-malaria monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities.
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Uganda
In Uganda, MEASURE Evaluation develops, adapts, and applies methods, tools, and approaches to address health information challenges and gaps and works with local partners to increase the capacity for rigorous evaluation.
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Malaria Workshops
Taught in English and French, this course provides participants with the M&E tools, techniques and resources needed for planning, organizing, and managing malaria programs and projects.
Located in Resources / Training / Regional Workshops
Kenya Makes Progress in the War Against Malaria
Findings from the newly-released 2015 Kenya Malaria Indicator Survey (KMIS) show that the prevalence of malaria in Kenya has dropped from 11 percent in 2010 to eight percent in 2015.
Located in MEASURE Evaluation PIMA / News
Kenya Launches a Revised Malaria Strategy
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA (MEval-PIMA), in collaboration with the Kenya Ministry of Health (MOH), and World Health Organization (WHO), launched the Revised Kenya Malaria Strategy 2009–2018, and Kenya Malaria Monitoring and Evaluation Plan 2009–2018.
Located in MEASURE Evaluation PIMA / News