Publish Date: July 2011
Author: MCHIP, Reena Sethi, Karim Seck, Aimee Dickerson, Christine O’Malley
Language: English, French
MCHIP conducted a program review of malaria in pregnancy (MIP) programming successes and challenges in Senegal, which resulted in a comprehensive country case study. The purpose of the case study was to gain a better understanding of MIP programming efforts, specifically:
- Best practices/strategies that have supported MIP programming successes;
- Existing bottlenecks in MIP program implementation and how these are addressed; and
- Lessons learned that could inform future MIP programming.
The report is available in English and French.
|MCHIP Senegal MIP Case Study_Final.pdf||1.53 MB|