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Publication Guidance for Evaluating the Impact of National Malaria Control Programs in Highly Endemic Countries
Mortality Task Force of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership's Monitoring and Evaluation Reference Group (2014)
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Publication Monitoring and Evaluation of Malaria Programs - Online Course
Herrera S, Ivanovich E, Yé Y, Garley A (2016)
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Publication Suivi et évaluation des programmes de lutte contre le paludisme – Cours en ligne
Herrera S, Ivanovich E, Ye Y, Garley A (2016)
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Publication Quick Country Start-Up Package for Malaria Surveillance, Monitoring, and Evaluation Training
MEASURE Evaluation (2019)
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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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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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Making a Difference in Malaria Control through Surveillance
In support of the government’s efforts, MEASURE Evaluation-PIMA (MEval-PIMA) developed a comprehensive malaria surveillance training package and a roll-out plan for malaria surveillance in the country.
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Malaria Forum Ends with Commitment to Eliminate Disease
The second Kenya National Malaria Forum concluded with the promise to confront the dangers of malaria in the country by boosting the collaborative efforts between the counties and the national government.
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Commemoration of World Malaria Day in Kenya
MEASURE Evaluation-PIMA currently supports the National Malaria Control Program in strengthening malaria surveillance systems in Kenya. As celebrations continue, MEASURE Evaluation-PIMA will be concluding the last day of a series of trainings on malaria surveillance for over 640 health workers from Migori, Homa Bay, Kisumu, and Kakamega counties.
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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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