Framework for Evaluating National Malaria Programs in Moderate and Low Transmission Settings: Aide Memoire


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Author(s): Evaluation Task Force of Roll Back Malaria’s Monitoring and Evaluation Reference Group

Year: 2019


Evaluation Task Force of Roll Back Malaria’s Monitoring and Evaluation Reference Group. (2019). Framework for Evaluating National Malaria Programs in Moderate and Low Transmission Settings: Aide Memoire. Chapel Hill, NC, USA: MEASURE Evaluation, University of North Carolina.
Framework for Evaluating National Malaria Programs in Moderate and Low Transmission Settings: Aide Memoire Abstract:

The epidemiology of malaria has become increasingly heterogeneous in many countries. These countries require granular data on transmission risk and incidence to effectively inform and target their interventions and track their progress. To meet these needs for strengthening national malaria programs (NMPs), an evaluation task force comprising a subgroup of the Roll Back Malaria Monitoring and Evaluation Reference Group developed the Framework for Evaluating National Malaria Programs in Moderate- and Low-Transmission Settings. This document provides an overarching framework for evaluating NMPs along the continuum of malaria transmission. Each transmission setting is defined by the World Health Organization classifications. The scope and objectives were informed through a review and synthesis of existing guidance documents and tools for malaria surveillance, monitoring, and evaluation. This aide memoire summarizes the larger framework document.

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