Malaria Elimination: A Field Manual for Low and Moderate Endemic Countries
This manual has been developed to provide guidance to the increasing number of countries that have decided to eliminate malaria from their territory.
- Sub-categories Malaria
- Commodities Medicines
- Latest update 2007
- Version None
- Developed by WHO/OMS
- When to use This manual has been developed to provide guidance to the increasing number of countries that have decided to eliminate malaria from their territory.
- Languages English
- Level of use Central
- Form PDF document, 3.7 MB
- Amount of training / TA required None
- Inputs & outputs Output: Effective malaria elimination programmes set realistic targets and follow a comprehensive and funded plan of action, backed up by government commitment at the highest levels. This document will serve as a tool in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of malaria elimination programmes.
- Cost Free
- Advantages The evolution of the programme, from control to elimination to preventing re-establishment of malaria, is described in detail, along with the important programme reorientations.
- Limitations Solid programme management, adequate resources, responsive and comprehensive information systems and geographical access are required to manage and monitor elimination efforts and achieve targets. The development of an operational plan for malaria elimination requires a comprehensive national effort. Full support from the highest levels of government to smooth coordination between different government ministries such as agriculture, defence, finance, health, and policy and planning is a prerequisite for operational success.
- Availability http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2007/9789241596084_eng.pdf
- Remarks For more information contact: Global Malaria Programme (GMP), World Health Organization
- Contact InfoGMP@who.int
- Submission date 2010-12-16 15:53:32