A methodological framework for the improved use of routine health system data to evaluate national malaria control programs: evidence from Zambia

When improved through comprehensive parasitologically confirmed case reporting, HMIS data can become a valuable tool for evaluating malaria program scale-up. Using this approach, this article provides further evidence that increased ITN coverage is associated with decreased malaria morbidity and use of health services for malaria illness in Zambia.

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Publication date: November 2014
Source: Population health metrics

Health impact and cost-effectiveness of a private sector bed net distribution: experimental evidence from Zambia [PDF]

A paper evaluating the health impact of a large-scale distribution of insecticide-treated nets conducted in partnership with a Zambian agribusiness, and its cost-effectiveness from the perspective of the National Malaria Control Programme.

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Publication date: March 2013
Source: Malaria Journal

Progress & Impact Series: Mathematical Modeling to Support Malaria Control and Elimination

A report providing an overview of mathematical modelling, explaining its history in relation to epidemiology and malaria, and detailing its implications and uses for global and national malaria control and elimination planning.

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Publication date: November 2010
Source: Roll Back Malaria