The PRIME intervention did not have the desired impact on inappropriate treatment of malaria for children under five.
children under five
Northern Nigeria’s coverage rates of NMCP/WHO standard malaria case management for children under five with fever fall short of the NMCP goal of 80% coverage by 2010 and universal coverage thereafter.
The fact that OOP expenditure is still prevalent and private provider is the preferred choice, increasing public provision may not be the sole answer.
The results of this study suggest that net use would increase in Ghana if coloured nets were made available in mass distributions as well as in the commercial market;
The big fall in bed net usage from 2008 to 2009 was attributable to the striking decline in ownership.
These findings indicate that CHWs in Zambia are capable of using RDTs, AL, and amoxicillin to manage malaria and pneumonia.