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Objectives of Malaria Control Booster Project (MCBP)


Objectives of Malaria Control Booster Project (MCBP)

  1. Increase access to, and utilization of well-defined set of Malaria Plus Package of interventions (MPP)
  2. Strengthen Federal and States ability to manage and oversee delivery of malaria plus interventions

Key Indicators

  1. Percentage of children <5 years with fever treated with an effective antimalarial within 24 hours
  2. Percent of infants aged 0-6 months that were fed breast milk only in the last 24 hours
  3. Percentage of children <5 years who slept under an ITN the night preceding the survey
  4. Percentage of pregnant women who received two or more doses of IPT
  5. Percentage of pregnant women who slept under an ITN the night preceding the survey
  6. Percentage of States regularly using M&E data to manage malaria and or Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Programs

 

Component 1: Strengthen the capacity of the Federal Government to provide malaria control leadership and coordination over the medium and long-term

a. Strengthening procurement and logistics of commodities for accelerated implementation of the malaria plus interventions

Indicators
1. Number of paediatric doses of ACT distributed to LGA distribution sites per 10,000 children under 5 years of age by state, and health facility (public and private)

2. Number of distribution sites for paediatric ACT per 10,000 population, and percentage of distribution sites with no paediatric ACT stock-outs in last 3 months prior to the HFA

3. Number of LLIN and doses of SP distributed to LGA distribution sites per 10,000 population by service type (public and private)

4 Number of distribution sites for SP and LLIN per 10,000 population by State and type of health facility (public and private); and percentage of these distribution sites for SP and LLIN with no stock-outs in the last 3 months (LLIN will be sticked differently to the SP)

b. Improving Monitoring and Evaluation for evidence-based management

Indicators
5. Data validation system in place for M&E data collection and utilization

6. Population based surveys and HFAs carried out. NMCP with the assistance of the M&E Agent, triangulate the information from population based studies and HFA for national policy making.

7. M&E data used at least annually to modify and improve annual work plans for the National Malaria Control Program

8. Annual reports of project attainments are produced and submitted to donor and collaborating agencies

Component 2: Strengthen the health system to improve delivery of the Malaria Plus interventions in the target states

a. Increasing access to, and utilization of preventive measures (*Relevant to PDO are repeated here)

Indicators
9. Percentage of households with at least one ITN/LLIN

*10. Percentage of pregnant women who slept under an ITN/LLIN the night preceding the survey

*11.Percentage of children <5 years of age who slept under an ITN/LLIN the night preceding the survey

12. Percent of children aged 12-23 months with cough and fast/difficult breathing in the last two weeks who were taken to a health facility or received antibiotics from an alternative source

13. Percent of children aged 12-23 months with diarrhea in the last two weeks who received oral rehydration solution (ORS) and/or recommended home fluids (RHF)

14. Percent of infants aged 0-5 months that are vaccinated with the DPT3 and Measles vaccines.

15. Percent of women with children 12-23 months of age who received an ITN/LLIN during last pregnancy

*16. Percentage of women with children <1 year of age who received ANC care during last pregnancy

B.Expanding access to, and utilization of effective diagnostic and treatment services

*17. Percentage of children <5 years with fever treated with an effective antimalarial within 24 hours from the onset of symptoms

18. Percentage of health facilities who treated children <5 with febrile disease with an effective antimalarial using the IMCI protocol by type of service (public and private).

19. Percentage of mothers who recognize signs of severe illness in children know when and where to obtain help.

C. Strengthening community mobilization and communication for behaviour change
20. Percentage of children with fast or difficult breathing or chest in-drawing who were treated for pneumonia

21. Percentage of mothers and caretakers who know the danger signs for malaria, pneumonia and when to seek help

D. Improving state-specific M&E for evidence-based management
21. M&E data used at least annually to analyze and use the information to modify and to improve annual work plan for the SMOH, including State and LGA implementing partners and PIFs

22. Percentage of State and LGAs implementing partners using M&E data to manage their MPP Project and to report results to SMOH

 
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