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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.
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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.
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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.
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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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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.
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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.
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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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Cameroon
MEASURE Evaluation worked in Cameroon on monitoring programs to assist orphans and vulnerable children affected by HIV and combatting malaria in the country.
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