Towards universal access: Scaling up effective malaria control interventions in Zimbabwe
What is the project about
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 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