Search results

133 items matching your search terms.
Filter the results.
Item type








New items since



Sort by relevance · date (newest first) · alphabetically
Malaria Surveillance Bulletin from the Kenya Ministry of Health
The Malaria Surveillance Bulletin is produced quarterly by the Division of Malaria Control of the Ministry of Health (MOH) in Kenya and is intended to be a scorecard of the progress made towards achieving targets in the National Malaria Control Strategy and Millennium Development Goals.
Located in MEASURE Evaluation PIMA / Malaria
Session X – Technical Leadership in Monitoring and Evaluation
Session X will focus on advances over the last few years in monitoring and evaluation of programs to prevent, control, and treat malaria and programs to prevent and treat HIV and mitigate its effects
Located in End-of-Phase-III Event
Malaria
The malaria bulletin for Tanzania was designed by the National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP) to provide regular updates regarding the current estimated malaria burden in the country and the malaria control related services provided by the health facilities.
Located in MEASURE Evaluation TZ
Malaria Surveillance and Operations Research
The project’s technical assistance focused on two areas: 1) malaria surveillance, epidemic detection, and rapid response; and 2) routine system strengthening (RSS).
Located in MEASURE Evaluation TZ
World Malaria Day 2020: Two countries
On World Malaria Day, we talked to three experts about the ongoing malaria surveillance, monitoring, and evaluation (SME) work in two countries at different stages of intervention.
Located in Resources / Newsroom: News, Blogs, Podcasts, Videos / News
End Malaria for All
By Brittany Iskarpatyoti, MPH. A blog post explains why a focus on gender equity in anti-malaria programming and policies is fundamental to controlling, eliminating, and eradicating the disease.
Located in Resources / Newsroom: News, Blogs, Podcasts, Videos / Blogs
Mass bed net distribution campaigns reduce health disparities across sub-Saharan Africa
By Courtney Chiaparas. In Asia and Africa, women and children are especially vulnerable to malaria. A study in Africa shows mass bed net campaigns are reducing health disparities across the region.
Located in Resources / Newsroom: News, Blogs, Podcasts, Videos / Blogs
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.
Located in Resources / Newsroom: News, Blogs, Podcasts, Videos / Blogs
Health information system strengthening supports DRC government Ebola response
By Olivier Kakesa, MPH. Read about work in the Democratic Republic of Congo to strengthen the country's health information system.
Located in Resources / Newsroom: News, Blogs, Podcasts, Videos / Blogs
Thoughts on Establishing Malaria Trainings in Sierra Leone
By Ifeanyi Stanley Muoghalu, MD. This blog post analyses the relevance of the "Quick Country Start-Up Package for Malaria Surveillance, Monitoring, and Evaluation Training" in the context of Sierra Leone and offers some constructive observations.
Located in Resources / Newsroom: News, Blogs, Podcasts, Videos / Blogs