Mozambique has historically been one of the countries with the highest malaria burden in the world.
Fever associated with malaria is the leading cause of health care-seeking in Mozambique, yet there is limited evidence on the quality of malaria case management. This study evaluated the quality of malaria service provision offered in public health facilities in Mozambique.
Data from this study showed that care-seeking in Mozambique remained suboptimal.
Variations in geographic and seasonal malaria commodity needs should be considered in CHW kit distribution planning in Mozambique.
Acceptance of IRS was influenced by diverse operational and contextual factors.
Leukoerythroblastosis may be related to different infectious diseases and may also appear in the context of severe malaria.
The collaborative planning process and strong coordination of campaign actors allowed Mozambique’s NMCP and partners to successfully carry out the first countrywide LLINs UCC in the country.
Adjusting the analysis for the simultaneous effect of IgMs and IgGs can contribute to account for heterogeneous exposure to P. falciparum when assessing immune responses effective against malaria in pregnancy.
The universal coverage campaign piloted with the new delivery model has increased LLINs ownership, use, and progression for reaching universal coverage targets in the community.
Stage I results achieved better LLINs and household coverage in districts with the newly implemented strategies.