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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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Last updated:
2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
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2015-05-31
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Completion
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Title: UNITAID
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Total budget:
GBP £ 789.720.233
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Start date planned:
2006-12-02
Last updated:
2015-04-01T02:27:02
End date planned:
2026-03-01
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Activity status:
Implementation
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No description given.
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Total budget:
CAD $ 450.000.000
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2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
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Implementation
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Title: First year contribution of £415 million
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Total budget:
GBP £ 415.000.000
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Start date planned:
2013-12-13
Last updated:
2014-05-05T05:35:09
End date planned:
2017-03-31
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Implementation
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Title: Performance Related Funding
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Total budget:
GBP £ 384.074.917
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Start date planned:
2008-10-23
Last updated:
2015-04-01T02:27:02
End date planned:
2015-12-31
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Activity status:
Post-completion
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Malaria is endemic in Nigeria and constitutes a major public health problem. Transmission in the south occurs all-year round, and is more seasonal in the north. Almost all cases are caused by P. falciparum but most cases are unconfirmed. Through programs funded through the second and fourth rounds of Global Fund financing, the Global Fund has contributed to the availability and distribution of health products, training of health workers and improved access to private and public outlets in 18 states of the country. Although national coverage of key malaria control interventions are still low (less than 10%), in some of the targeted states coverage is about 30% and up to 60% in some Local Government Areas (LGAs) according to national surveys. This Program aims to build on these successes by expanding and scaling-up proven interventions throughout all the States of the Federation. This Program is based on the National Malaria Strategic Plan, which is line with the revised Abuja Roll Back Malaria (RBM) targets towards scaling up malaria interventions and health systems strengthening. Activities are aligned to the long-term reduction of malaria through universal coverage of key interventions, with special focus on pregnant women, children under five and the rural poor. It aims to rapidly "catch-up" on the RBM 2010 coverage targets as well as respond directly to the call from the United Nations Secretary General made in April 2008 for countries to attain universal coverage of key interventions by 31 December 2010. This Program will be complementary to the efforts of the Government of Nigeria, the World Bank, the Department for International Development (DFID), United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the President's Malaria Initiative (PMI), The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), UNITAID, other partners and the private sector. The key interventions for the Program are: to contribute to universal coverage of Long-Lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLINs) for disease prevention through mass campaigns and routine distribution, to increase Artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs) rollout in the public and private sector, to increase malaria diagnosis using microscopy at referral centers and rollout of rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) at primary health facilities. The implementation plan is based on extensive and innovative community delivery systems with sector wide public-private partnership and use of civil society organizations. It also focuses on strengthening the health systems and a well coordinated and targeted BCC to increase the correct utilization of the services, improve results based M&E and community systems strengthening. This Program will be implemented by three principal recipients, which are, at the time of signature of this Agreement, the National Malaria Control Programme of the Federal Ministry of Health of the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (the Principal Recipient, or "NMCP"), the Yakubu Gowon Center for National Unity and International Cooperation ("YGC") and the Society for Family Health ("SFH"). AMFm: The AMFm in Nigeria will facilitate more rapid achievement of universal access to high quality, affordable ACTs in all sectors. As described in the Global Fund Round 8 proposal, Nigeria is committed to expanding access to treatment through the many private outlets in the country, including pharmacies and patent medicine vendors, which serve as an important source of treatment for many patients.
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Total budget:
US $ 316.614.368
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Start date planned:
2009-11-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:20:01
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2015-01-31
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Activity status:
Completion
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Total budget:
US $ 308.577.339
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Start date planned:
2015-02-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:20:06
End date planned:
2016-12-31
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Activity status:
Implementation
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The program supported by this grant focuses on introducing Artemisinin-based Combination Therapy (ACTs) as the treatment of choice for Malaria case management in Tanzania. This grant is a result of a consolidation to a Single Stream of Funding (SSF) of the Principal Recipient’s Round 7 Phase 2 and Round 9 Malaria grants. The Round 7 Malaria program aims to increase access to subsidized ACTs through the private sector and to improve the quality of care for children with severe Malaria while Round 9 Malaria program aims to scale up the response. The Tanzania National Malaria Medium-Term Strategic Plan 2008 to 2012 and Affordable Medicines Facility for Malaria (AMFm) was also introduced to increase access and use appropriate and affordable ACTs such that, by 2012, 80 percent of the population diagnosed with Malaria will receive effective anti-Malaria treatment. The goal of the program is to sustain the availability of ACTs as a treatment of choice for uncomplicated Malaria cases in public sector health facilities through the distribution of approximately 54.1 million ACT treatment doses in mainland Tanzania.
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Total budget:
US $ 300.422.460
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Start date planned:
2011-04-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T06:13:25
End date planned:
2016-06-30
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Implementation
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Approximately 68 percent of the Ethiopian population is considered to be at risk of contracting malaria. The overall goal of the program supported by this grant is to set up Ethiopia’s epidemiological, strategic and service delivery environment for the pre-elimination phase according to criteria set by Roll Back Malaria. Planned activities include the procurement and distribution of long-lasting insecticide-treated bed nets, implementation of indoor residual spraying through a Health Extension Program, the establishment and/or strengthening of sentinel malaria surveillance sites, and training for health extension workers and health center staff. The program targets children under the age of five and their mothers and other population groups at risk.
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Total budget:
US $ 298.421.583
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Start date planned:
2009-11-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:59:46
End date planned:
2015-06-30
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Implementation
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Title: Second year contribution of £385 million
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Total budget:
GBP £ 285.000.000
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Start date planned:
2013-12-13
Last updated:
2014-12-23T02:35:12
End date planned:
2017-03-31
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Implementation
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Title: Support for the Ethiopian Health Sector Development Programme
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Total budget:
GBP £ 262.600.000
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Start date planned:
2011-10-31
Last updated:
2014-11-22T02:55:01
End date planned:
2015-03-31
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Implementation
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1. Background and Summary: Malaria is endemic in Nigeria with an approximate 97% of the population at risk of infection excluding the sahel regions and the high mountainous area of the plateau . Nigeria contributes to a quarter of the total African malaria morbidity and mortality burden. The transmission of malaria is stable and constant in all regions of the country. Malaria, which accounts for 11% of maternal mortality, is the cause for a lower mean maternal haematocrit and a 10% incidence of low birth weight. The Health Management Information System reports 300,000 annual deaths in Nigeria. Malaria is associated with 25% of all infant-related mortality and 30% of child-related mortality. In an effort to address the burden of malaria in Nigeria, the recently updated National Malaria Strategic Plan (NMSP) specifies a minimum coverage of the key control interventions by 2013 using all appropriate delivery channels. The use of long lasting insecticide impregnated nets (LLINs) is listed as the key prevention strategy. Currently, the proportion of children under five sleeping under insecticide-treated bed nets (ITNs) is only of 3.1% . The NMSP focuses on household ownership of at least 2 LLINs with objective of increasing LLIN use significantly. This Program will target all households in the Ogun and Niger states with the intention of achieving a higher percentage of both LLIN coverage and utilization. 2. Goal: The program goal is to reduce the malaria morbidity and mortality figures and minimize the socio-economic impact of the disease. 3. Target Group/Beneficiaries: • The Nigerian population at risk from malaria • This Program will particularly target the population of households in two Nigerian states: o the Niger State, which consists of 25 Local Government Areas (LGA); and o the Ogun State, which consists of 20 LGAs. 4. Strategies: The key interventions for this proposal are: - Distribution of LLINs for disease prevention through mass campaigns - Use of extensive and innovative community delivery systems with sector wide public-private partnership and use of civil society organizations. - Utilization of a well coordinated/targeted BCC to increase the correct utilization of the LLINs by the target groups. 5. Planned Activities: a) Procurement and delivery of LLINs, including port clearance, to State level in Niger and Ogun in time for the December 2009 campaign. b) Storage and distribution from State level to the community level. c) Training of supervisors and distributors for the campaign. d) Monitoring and supervision of the bednets distribution to the designated targets groups and its correct use. e) BCC outreach activities to assure correct use of bednets by the target groups.
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Total budget:
US $ 256.514.059
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Start date planned:
2009-08-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:20:01
End date planned:
2015-01-31
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Completion
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In Kenya, malaria is a major public health problem. It is estimated that 20 million people are at risk for infection with the disease and that about 34,000 children die from malaria annually. The program supported by this grant focuses on scaling up activities for the prevention and control of malaria. Its key interventions include provision of prompt and effective treatment of malaria, epidemic detection and control, use of insecticide-treated bed nets for vector control and development of human capacity through training. The program targets children under age five, pregnant women and the population at risk of malaria infection.
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Total budget:
US $ 194.586.998
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Start date planned:
2010-04-20
Last updated:
2015-08-28T06:01:03
End date planned:
2013-12-31
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Activity status:
Completion
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Total budget:
US $ 176.703.478
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Start date planned:
2011-07-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T06:00:11
End date planned:
2017-12-31
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Activity status:
Implementation
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Côte d’Ivoire is a country where malaria is an endemic. Malaria is assessed as the foremost cause of morbidity and of mortality in the hospital. Pregnant women and children under five are most significantly affected populations. The Round 9 proposal supports the Strategic National Plan for 2006 to 2010 in scaling up malaria interventions from 19 districts currently covered to the whole country and achieving universal access. The Program is implemented through the dual-track financing scheme by two Principal Recipients (PR). The activities undertaken by this PR include distribution of long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLIN), distribution of ACTS to health centers across all districts, information, education, and behavior change communication.
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Total budget:
US $ 166.337.551
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Start date planned:
2010-01-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:58:28
End date planned:
2015-09-30
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Implementation
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Malaria is the leading cause of illness and death in Uganda. The major factor contributing to this is low access to and use of insecticide-treated bed nets. The program supported by this grant focuses on increasing the availability of highly effective anti-malaria treatment using artemisinin-based combination therapy in Uganda to improve case management and prevention of malaria in health facilities. The program is also focusing on ensuring demand for and correct and efficient use of highly effective malaria treatment and implementing artemisinin-based combination therapy in communities using the home-based management of fever strategy. The program targets children under age five, pregnant women and the general population.
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Total budget:
US $ 158.910.767
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Start date planned:
2005-12-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T06:17:32
End date planned:
2013-12-31
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Activity status:
Completion
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Total budget:
US $ 142.722.295
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Start date planned:
2012-01-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T06:09:15
End date planned:
2017-12-31
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Implementation
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Approximately 68 percent of the Ethiopian population is considered to be at risk of contracting malaria. The program supported by this grant aims to reduce malaria-related sickness and death in the population at risk by 50 percent. The program is using an integrated approach: preventive measures in vector-targeted interventions through insecticide-treated bed nets, surveillance and treatment measures to reduce malaria transmission in relatively stable and malaria-free regions; control of epidemic outbreaks in areas where transmission is unstable; and support for communities in recognizing and treating the disease early before it causes harm. The program targets pregnant women, children under age five and the general population at risk for malaria.
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Total budget:
US $ 140.687.413
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Start date planned:
2006-07-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:59:46
End date planned:
2011-06-30
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Activity status:
Completion
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Total budget:
US $ 140.528.482
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2012-07-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:58:13
End date planned:
2017-12-31
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Implementation
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1. Background and Summary: Malaria is endemic in all parts of Ghana and puts its population of 22.4 million at risk of malaria throughout the year. Over the past five years, between 3.1 and 3.5 million cases of clinical malaria were reported in public health facilities each year. Malaria accounts for 37.5% of all outpatient illnesses, 36% of admissions and 33.4% of all deaths in children under five years and 9.4% of deaths among pregnant women. The Program supplements the program supported through the fourth Round of Global Fund financing by focusing on two main interventions: 1) scaling up home based care in 123 rural districts to ensure that parents and caretakers recognize symptoms and signs of malaria and respond appropriately and promptly by seeking treatment from trained Community Drug Distributors; and 2) scale-up indoor residual spraying in 40 districts with the highest malaria burden. Universal coverage of bed nets is covered through the RCC program. Activities related to the universal coverage of bed nets are funded through the Global Fund grant number GHN-405-G04-M. In line with goals of global malaria control initiatives and the National Malaria Control Strategic Plan, this Program aims at contributing to the attainment of higher percentages of population in 40 targeted districts to be protected by indoor residual spraying, and a high percentage of children under five with malaria/fever receiving appropriate treatment at community level within 24 hours of fever onset. The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Republic of Ghana will implement the Home-Based Care (HBC) component, while AGAMC will implement the component of Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS). Both AGAMC and the Ministry of Health will conduct health care and community capacity building, monitoring and evaluation, operational research, and behavior change communication in their respective areas. Implementation of Indoor Residual Spraying will be based on the experience and best practices of AGA who has been implementing an IRS program in the Obuasi mining community since 2005. Results to date in Obuasi show over 74% reduction in malaria cases following two years of operation according to AGA’s data sources. As of the effective date of this Agreement, the Program has two Principal Recipients who are jointly and severally responsible for all obligations of the Principal recipient under this Agreement, AngloGold Ashanti (Ghana) Limited ("AGA") and AngloGold Ashanti (Ghana) Malaria Control Limited ("AGAMC"). AGAMC shall be responsible for all aspects of the programmatic and financial management of the Program and AGA undertakes to indemnify the Global Fund and make good on the Principal Recipient’s obligation in case of default by the AGAMC under this Grant Agreement.
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Total budget:
US $ 132.094.730
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Start date planned:
2010-01-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T06:00:11
End date planned:
2015-12-31
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Activity status:
Completion
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No description given.
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Total budget:
CAD $ 125.000.000
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Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
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Implementation
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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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Last updated:
2015-07-30T00:00:00+00:00
End date planned:
2015-01-31
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Activity status:
Completion
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No description given.
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Total budget:
US $ 121.346.277
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Start date planned:
2015-01-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T06:16:49
End date planned:
2016-12-31
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Activity status:
Implementation
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Total budget:
US $ 116.314.867
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Start date planned:
2012-07-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:58:13
End date planned:
2014-12-31
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Completion
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Malaria is the leading cause of illness and death in Uganda. The major factor contributing to this is low access to and use of insecticide-treated bed nets. The program supported by this grant aims to increase the proportion of pregnant women and children under age five sleeping under long-lasting insecticide-treated bed nets using a campaign approach, antenatal care clinics and immunization clinics. Behavior change communications are being developed under the program to raise awareness on the use of long-lasting insecticide-treated bed nets and both public and private sector outlets are being used for the mass distribution of the nets.
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Total budget:
US $ 113.949.001
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Start date planned:
2009-12-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T06:17:42
End date planned:
2014-11-30
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Activity status:
Completion
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