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Methods for Measuring Impact of Malaria Control Efforts on Child Deaths
MEASURE Evaluation has co-authored six of nine publications contained in a special supplement of the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.
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Transforming malaria surveillance
MEASURE Evaluation offers this visualization of what routine health information systems can accomplish for malaria surveillance.
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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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MEASURE Evaluation: USAID Awards UNC $36 Million to Support Malaria Control and Elimination
A malaria-focused program just awarded—“Strengthening Surveillance, Monitoring, and Evaluation for Malaria Control and Elimination (PMI Measure Malaria)”—will provide $36 million in new funding for MEASURE Evaluation.
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Framework for Evaluating National Malaria Programs in Moderate- and Low-Transmission Settings
Roll Back Malaria’s Monitoring and Evaluation Reference Group (RMB MERG) Evaluation Task Force developed a framework for evaluating national malaria programs in moderate- and low- transmission settings.
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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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