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The ICCM Central Project aims to reduce under five child mortality by supporting the implementation of an effective and replicable community based treatment system for childhood malaria, pneumonia and diarrhea and newborn health (ICCM: Integrated Community Case Management), through community volunteers known as Village Health Teams (VHTs). This project, funded by UNICEF, runs initially for a two and a half year period from July 2010 until December 2012, although there is a possibility of extension. The project is to be carried out in eight districts in the Central region of Uganda, namely Wakiso, Mpigi, Butambala, Gomba, Masaka, Bukomansimbi, Lwengo and Kalungu. The project will be implemented through the Ministry of Health (MoH) structures at national, district and community levels, particularly the Maternal and Child Health Division (MCH), National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP), Health Education Division and District Health Teams.
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Total budget:
091.787.119
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2015-05-31
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Stop Malaria Project was designed to assist the Government of Uganda to reach its goal of reducing malaria-related mortality by 50% by 2010. Malaria Consortium is working in partnership with the Uganda Ministry of Health, Maternal and Child Health Division, and the National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP). (Project brief: http://www.malariaconsortium.org/resources/publications/195/stop-malaria-project)
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Total budget:
US $ 124.132.590
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2015-01-31
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The Support to National Malaria Programme aims to assist the Nigerian government in malaria prevention and treatment through improvements in capacity, project planning and coordination, drug and net distribution, and demand creation. In partnership with Nigeria's National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP), Malaria Consortium is implementing SuNMaP in ten states. The project is funded by DFID/UKaid.
ACCESS SMC will implement Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention (SMC) at scale in seven countries in the Sahel, providing approximately 30 percent of total treatments needed for all eligible children per annum in years 2015 and 2016. In the continued fight against malaria in Africa, there is increased recognition of the need to tailor combinations of potential interventions to local needs. It is in this context that seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) has been approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) and has the potential to become an important tool in the prevention of malaria. SMC, achieved by administering up to four monthly doses of sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine (SP) plus amodiaquine (AQ), or SP+AQ, is applicable in areas with high seasonal variation in malaria transmission and where resistance to SP+AQ is low, with the greatest opportunity for impact being in the Sahel. SMC is targeted at 23.7 million children aged three to 59 months who bear the greatest risk of mortality. It is highly effective, and has the potential to prevent 75% of uncomplicated and severe malaria cases.
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US $ 67.433.672
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2017-08-31
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The MAPS project aims to support the state level management, prevention, and treatment of malaria in Nigeria. Malaria Consortium is supporting malaria control through LLIN distribution, the provision of Intermittent Preventative Treatment for pregnant women (IPTp) and demand creation for commodities and health services. MAPS is funded by USAID and managed in partnership with FHI360 and Health Partners International.
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US $ 60.655.997
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2016-06-30
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(Project brief: http://www.malariaconsortium.org/resources/publications/208/malaria-prevention-and-control-in-mozambique) With funding from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria, this project aims to support the efforts of the Mozambican government to reduce malaria throughout the country through scale up of prevention and control efforts with community involvement. Malaria Consortium is working in partnership with World Vision, Fundacao para o Desenvolvimento da Comunidadeo, International Relief and Development, and the Mozambique Ministry of Health.
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US $ 47.282.331
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2016-05-31
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The NetWorks project aims to support countries in the development of efficient, comprehensive and sustainable programmes to ensure high ownership and use of long lasting insecticidal nets and other malaria prevention technologies. Supported by USAID, the project is active in Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, South Sudan and Uganda. It is implemented in partnership with JHU CCP, Mennonite Economic Development Associates, the International Procurement Agency and National Malaria Control Programmes.
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US $ 23.226.827
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2014-09-30
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Post-completion
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The inSCALE project - Innovations at Scale for Community Access and Lasting Effects - funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, aims to increase coverage of integrated community case management for common childhood illnesses, including diarrhoea, pneumonia and malaria. Operating in both Mozambique and Uganda, inSCALE is run in partnership with ministries of health, LSHTM, UCL Institute of Global Health, ScyFy, Dimagi, Makerere University and the Karolinska Institute.
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US $ 20.000.000
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2015-03-31
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Total budget:
US $ 17.585.458
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2014-09-27
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This project is funded by UNITAID via PSI, and aims at creating private sector market for quality-assured malaria Rapid Diagnostic Tests (mRDTs) in malaria endemic countries. Of the five African countries selected for implementation; Malaria Consortium is implementing in Nigeria and Uganda through an indirect approach to marketing mRDTs using the 4 “Ps”: product, place, price, promotion that involves collaborating with manufacturers in different service delivery areas as well as providing incentives along the supply chain thereby stimulating the market.
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US $ 16.437.860
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2016-04-11
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The aim of the project is to improve child survival in children under five years by increasing access to prompt and effective treatment of common childhood illnesses including malaria, pneumonia and diarrhoea. The project is funded by GFATM, CIDA, DFID/UKaid and USAID. Project partners include the South Sudan Ministry of Health, Population Services International and ADRA-SSHiNE. (Project brief: http://www.malariaconsortium.org/resources/publications/191/south-sudan-integrated-community-case-management)
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GBP £ 13.869.561
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2015-06-30
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Post-completion
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Home Management of Malaria (Community Case Management of Malaria); The objective of this project is To increase to 60% of children under 5 years with fever who receive appropriate treatment with ACTs in Aweil West and Aweil Center counties in Northern Bar El Ghazal (NBEG) State.
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US $ 8.196.965
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2015-03-31
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Malaria Consortium's Programme Partnership Arrangement with the UK Department for International Development is for £2.67 million each year for three years from April 2011 to March 2014. PPA is one of DFID's main support mechanisms for civil society enabling them to plan and deliver programmes including in more difficult, higher risk environments. PPAs are aimed at civil society organisations with a global reach and who are leaders in their field. Malaria Consortium uses this flexible strategic funding to drive forward its Mission to bring to poor people relief from and protection against communicable diseases, especially malaria, by being a leading organisation combining cutting edge technical ability and operational excellence.
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GBP £ 8.010.807
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2014-03-31
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The aim of the Global Fund Round 9 project is to expand the work on the containment of artemisinin resistant malaria and to move towards the pre-elimination of malaria in Cambodia. Malaria Consortium is a sub-recipient of the National Centre for Parasitology, Entomology and Malaria Control and is responsible for managing sub-sub-recipients (SSRs). These SSRs include the Association of Medical Doctors of Asia-Cambodia, BBC World Service Trust, Family Health International, Institut Pasteur du Cambodge and Women’s Media Centre of Cambodia. (Project brief: http://www.malariaconsortium.org/resources/publications/50/cambodia-global-fund-malaria--round-9)
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US $ 7.994.810
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2015-06-30
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The project aims to identify the most accurate, acceptable, scalable and user-friendly respiratory rate timers and pulse oximeters for diagnosis of pneumonia symptoms by community health workers and first line health facility workers in four low income countries - Cambodia, Ethiopia, South Sudan and Uganda. This research project is comprised of a series of 6 research stages, using both qualitative and quantitative methodologies, occuring over an 18 month period. The project is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
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US $ 6.547.806
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2015-11-30
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Malaria Consortium has a Programme Partnership Arrangement with the UK Department for International Development for £2.67 million per year for five years from April 2011 to March 2016. PPA is one of DFID's main support mechanisms for civil society enabling them to plan and deliver programmes including in more difficult, higher risk environments. Malaria Consortium uses this flexible strategic funding to drive forward strategic projects and achieve its Mission to bring people relief from and protection against communicable diseases, especially malaria, by being a leading organisation combining cutting edge technical ability and operational excellence.
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GBP £ 5.340.538
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2016-03-31
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(Project brief: http://www.malariaconsortium.org/media-downloads/194/Partnership%20for%20Containment%20of%20Artemisinin%20Resistance) The aim of this project, funded by the Global Fund to Fight Aids, TB and Malaria under funding round 10, is to support efforts to eliminate Plasmodium falciparum malaria parasites in Thailand and contribute to the targets of the Global Malaria Action Plan. Malaria Consortium is working closely with the Thai National Malaria Control Programme at the national and provincial levels, as well as with NGOs serving refugee camps along Thai-Myanmar border, to manage artemisinin resistance and work towards malaria elimination in the country.
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US $ 4.970.486
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2016-09-30
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Pioneer is a Malaria Consortium Uganda project funded by Comic Relief UK. The project works in mid-western Uganda to reduce both the number of cases of malaria and deaths caused by the disease through support to the Ministry of Health – and the National Malaria Control Programme – at national, district and community levels. (Project brief: http://www.malariaconsortium.org/resources/publications/63/pioneer-project)
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GBP £ 4.331.675
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2013-04-14
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The Stockholm Convention is an international treaty that aims to ban the production and use of 12 persistent organic pollutants (POPs). DDT is one of the POPs included in the convention. However, the convention taking into account of the vital use of DDT in malaria control, made a recommendation that technical and finanicial assistance is provided to low income countries in their efforts to develop alternative strategies and methodologies for malaria control. WHO Regional Office for Africa take lead in coordinating the needs of countries in the Region that are using DDT for Indoor residual house spraying for malaria control to shift countries from over reliance on DDT and insecticides in general. Ethiopia is a beneficiary of the project. Since 2009, the project has been implemented in Ethiopia with the support of Malaria Consortium office in Ethiopia.The specific objectives of the project are to: - Evaluate the efficacy of alternative interventions on malaria burden; - Assess insecticide susceptibility and residual efficacy tests - Assess the impact of alternative interventions on entomological parameters; - Assess the sustainability of interventions on study communities
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4.224.000
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2015-06-30
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(Project brief: http://www.malariaconsortium.org/media-downloads/246/Rapid%20Access%20Expansion%202015%20(RAcE%202015) The aim of RAcE 2015, funded by the World Health Organization and the Canadian International Development Agency, is to improve access to and the quality of community-level management of childhood malaria, pneumonia and diarrhoea in Niger state, Nigeria, building on existing community-based health interventions, such as integrated community case management.
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US $ 3.515.683
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2016-02-29
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This project aims to reduce severe malaria case fatality rates through improved access to and use of Injection Artesunate for the treatment severe malaria. A consortium of partners, comprising Medicines for Malaria Venture, Clinton Health Access Initiative, Partnership for Supply Chain Management and Malaria Consortium have developed this project to improve malaria outcomes through improving access to injection artesunate and intra rectal artesunate. The project will support the increase in uptake and use of injectable artesunate (Inj AS) and bring quality intra rectal artesunate to patients for pre-referral treatment of severe malaria. The consortium partners will undertake a series of coordinated, parallel market interventions addressing key barriers on both the supply and demand side of the market for Inj AS.
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US $ 3.205.828
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2016-06-04
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The project aims to improve child health in Katsina state through increased access to seasonal malaria chemoprevention using community-based delivery systems, and assessing its feasibility for scale up within the health system. It is supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, in partnership with the Nigeria National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP) and Katsina State Malaria Control Programme.
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Total budget:
US $ 3.193.077
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2015-08-01
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The RAcE project, in partnership with Save the Children and WHO is focused on improving the work and supervision of Community Health Workers (APEs). MC is responsible for all implementation activities in Inhambane province, participation in APE program technical working groups with MoH, community mobilization and behaviour change activities, and operations research across all RAcE provinces.
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US $ 3.187.342
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2015-08-31
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COMDIS-HSD is a Research Programme Consortium (RPC) funded by the UK government. The purpose of COMDIS-HSD is to improve delivery of basic health services, particularly for communicable diseases. It aims to increase demand for, access to and quality of prevention and care for common diseases, especially in underserved populations, such as urban slums, marginal rural areas, migrant populations and fragile states. The consortium seeks to influence policy and practice through conducting high quality operational research and facilitating research uptake. Malaria Consortium is one of eight partners in the consortium, which is led by The Nuffield Centre for International Health and Development at the University of Leeds. Through COMDIS-HSD, Malaria Consortium is conducting research on the following subjects: - identifying and addressing barriers to uptake of intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in pregnancy in Uganda. - exploring factors which affect the rational use of antibiotics at community level in Zambia. - evaluating integrated community case management of malaria in rural and peri-urban settings in Uganda.
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Total budget:
GBP £ 2.276.986
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2016-12-31
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Malaria Control Mbale (Comic Relief) - The aim of the project is to contribute to the reduction of deaths in children due to malaria and other severe childhood illnesses through a strengthened health system. The project in funded by Comic Relief. Project partners include the Uganda Ministry of Health, Mbale Regional Referral Hospital, Mbale District Authorities and Central Public Health Laboratories. (Project brief: http://www.malariaconsortium.org/resources/publications/65/mbale-malaria-control-project)
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Total budget:
GBP £ 1.832.974
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2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
End date planned:
2014-08-01
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