A Malaria in Pregnancy Case Study: Zambia’s Successes and Remaining Challenges for Malaria in Pregnancy Programming

Publish Date: January 2010
Author: Michelle Wallon, Elaine Roman, William Brieger, Barbara Rawlins
Language: English

This case study contributes to the development of a standardized framework for the analysis of best practices and bottlenecks in MIP implementation. The methodology used consisted of a desk review of secondary data sources, as well as in-depth qualitative interviews. The findings were then analyzed according to the MIP Readiness Scale, a framework developed by Jhpiego and the Malaria Action Coalition partners to determine a country’s stage of MIP program implementation and to guide actions to strengthen MIP control.

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