Towards universal access: Scaling up effective malaria control interventions in Zimbabwe

What is the project about

Indoor Residual Spraying in Tsholotsho financed by the Global Fund

The overall aim of this project is to reduce the malaria incidence to less than 2.5% by 2016.

UNDAF Outcome(s): Outcome 1:  Reduction of the spread of infection, improvement in the quality of life of those infected and mitigation of the impact of HIV and AIDS.

Expected CP Outcome(s): Strengthened National Malaria Control Programme.

Expected Output(s): Malaria incidence reduced to less than 2.5% by 2011.

Who Finances it?

Major Sources of Funds: The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM)

Budget: Phase 1USD 32,810,290  & Single Stream Funding (SSF) Malaria USD 34,877,599.00


Phase 1: USD 31,321,864.00 i.e. 98%;

Phase 2: USD  17,989,097.00 .i.e. 52% (as of June 2013) of the grant amounts for the phases

Project Overview
Project Start Date
(Phase 1) January 2010- December 2011: (Phase 2) January 2012-March 2012; and SSF malaria (Rd 8 Phase 2 & Rd 10) April-December 2014
Focal Point
Verity Nyaga /Martim Maya
Focus Area
Ministry of Health and Child Welfare (National Malaria Control Programme), Health Services Board, National Pharmaceutical Company of Zimbabwe (NatPharm); Plan, PSI