1 edition of Strategic plan for control of malaria in Ndola Urban. found in the catalog.
Strategic plan for control of malaria in Ndola Urban.
by Ndola District Health Management Team in conjunction with Ndola City Council Public Health Dept. in [Ndola, Zambia]
Written in English
|Contributions||Ndola District (Zambia). Health Management Team., Ndola (Zambia). City Council. Public Health Dept., Tropical Diseases Research Centre (Ndola, Zambia). Vector Biology Unit.|
|LC Classifications||RA644.M2 S77 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||99892722|
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MOH () National malaria control action plan. Actions for scale up for impact on malaria in Zambia. In support of the national malaria strategic plan . Musawenkosi L.H, Sharp B, Lengeler C () Historical review of malaria control in southern African with emphasis on the use of IRS.
Contents of a strategic plan are in line with an organisation's vision, mission, values, goal and objectives. A strategic plan is a pro-active response to opportunities and threats of an organisation. Malaria is a serious public health problem worldwide, yet preventable and treatable.
However, in the disease killed an estimatedpeople largely children under five years in sub. The DCMO should create an emergency response plan to control the spread in a future outbreak, by giving prophylaxis to close contacts of cases.
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Agency for International Development, under the terms of Cooperative Agreement Number HRN-A The UN estimated that 35% of the population lived in urban areas inand that urban areas were growing at an annual rate of %. The capital city, Lusaka, had a population of 1, in that year.
Population estimates for other cities included Ndola (,), Kitwe (,), Kabwe (,), Chingola (,), and Mufulira (,). The current national malaria strategic plan (NMSP) –, is aimed at significantly sustaining the gains achieved during initial scale-up efforts of malaria control interventions toward.
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1. Department of Basic Sciences, Michael Chilufya Sata School of Medicine, Copperbelt University, Ndola, Zambia. 2. The Health Press, Zambia National Public Health Institute, Ministry of Health, Lusaka, Zambia.Abstract: Malaria remains endemic in South Sudan, accounting for 20% of deaths and 30 % of hospital admissions (Global Fund, ).The to South Sudan national malaria strategic plan aims to bring down the morbidity and mortality related to malaria by 80%, but stock-out of drugs is a major challenge (National malaria control program [NMCP], ).