Malaria Communities Program: Strengthening Platforms for Case Management in Communities

Publish Date: November 2013
Author: MCHIP, PMI
Language: English

The Malaria Communities Program (MCP) was launched on December 14, 2006. Through 20 awards to 18 partners in 12 countries, the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) has supported efforts of communities and nongovernmental
organizations to combat malaria at the local level. This paper presents results from MCP projects working to strengthen community-level systems for malaria case management and examines in detail the work of five MCP partners in this regard: EQUIP Liberia, HealthRight Kenya, Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) Mozambique, HealthPartners Uganda, and Medical Teams International (MTI) Uganda.

This is one of four MCP case studies. The other three can be found via the following links:

Malaria Communities Program: Building Community Capacity in Malaria Control

Malaria Communities Program: Malaria in Pregnancy – Improving Intermittent Preventive Treatment in Pregnancy (Second Dose) and Antenatal Care Coverage

Malaria Communities Program: Achieving, Tracking, and Maintaining High ITN Coverage – Community Strategies

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