MEASURE Evaluation–Tanzania’s Technical Assistance for Malaria Surveillance in Mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar: Progress 2016–2018


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Author(s): MEASURE Evaluation–Tanzania

Year: 2018

MEASURE Evaluation–Tanzania’s Technical Assistance for Malaria Surveillance in Mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar: Progress 2016–2018 Abstract:

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funds the MEASURE Evaluation–Tanzania (MEval-TZ) project, which counts among its work the provision of technical assistance for malaria surveillance in both Mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar. Malaria is considered a major public health problem in both Mainland and Zanzibar. According to the United States President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI), all residents are at risk. Malaria prevalence is lower in Zanzibar (<1 percent); on the mainland, more than 26 percent of all outpatient clinic visits are attributable to malaria, resulting in an estimated 7.7 million confirmed cases annually.

This brief provides an overview of the work and progress.

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