MalariaCare: Universal Diagnosis and Treatment to Improve Maternal and Child Health
Date of Operation: 2012 – 2017
Primary Implementing Partner: PATH
Other Implementing Partner(s): Medical Care Development International, Population Services International, Save the Children
Regions of Operation: National
Reduce the burden of serious childhood disease, notably malaria, and promote healthy communities and families.
- Scale up diagnostic testing and case management for malaria at the facility and community levels in both the public and private sectors
- Strengthen the quality and expanding the availability of laboratory services for malaria and other key infectious diseases
- Improve the capacity of clinicians and community health workers to manage malaria and other childhood illnesses
The project will provide comprehensive technical assistance and implementation support for improving Ethiopia's capacity to scale up programs that provide high-quality diagnostic and treatment services for malaria and other key childhood illnesses and infectious diseases.
Improved malaria laboratory diagnosis, quality assurance and quality control for Ethiopian Health and Nutrition Research Institute (EHNRI) and Regional Reference Laboratory personnel.