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Publication Octet Stream Improving Data Quality through Implementation of Centers of Excellence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication Improving Estimates of Insecticide-treated Mosquito Net Coverage from Household Surveys: Using geographic coordinates to account for endemicity
Burgert CR, Bradley SE, Arnold F, Eckert E (2014)
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Improving Quality of Malaria Data Supports Better Decision Making in the Health Sector
Since 2009, the USAID-supported MEASURE Evaluation Project has been working with Mali’s National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) in supporting the Routine Malaria Information System (RMIS).
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Invest in the Future: Strengthen Malaria Programs with Gender Data
By Abby Cannon, MPH, MSW. On World Malaria Day, MEASURE Evaluation encourages all to increase and improve gender-related data collection to assist in strategy and planning for effective malaria prevention and response.
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Investing in the Future: Know What Works to Defeat Malaria
One of the most neglected components of the anti-malaria response is rigorous monitoring and evaluation (M&E). Without a cross-cutting, effective M&E system to support their implementation, malaria interventions can result in misplaced allocation of resources and uncertainty regarding the ultimate impact of programs. In Kenya, the MEASURE Evaluation-PIMA project works with the Ministry of Health’s Malaria Control Unit as part of its mandate to strengthen M&E capacity.
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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.
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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.
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Publication Kenya Malaria Programme Review 2018
National Malaria Control Programme, Ministry of Health (2019)
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Publication L’importance du genre dans les données sur le paludisme
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication Lessons in Health Information System Strengthening: What Worked in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
MEASURE Evaluation (2019)
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