What we do

CAP-Malaria contributes to a reduction in the incidence and mortality related to malaria in the Greater Mekong Sub-region by containing the spread of multi-drug resistant P. falciparum malaria. The project works closely with and in support of national malaria control programs in target countries to ensure that approaches and activities are aligned with national priorities and contribute to strengthening the entire health system.
CAP-Malaria implements innovative and evidence-based interventions to reach vulnerable populations and communities while strengthening the health system for effective and sustainable malaria programming. Interventions fall in four key areas:

  • Vector control: Distribution of long-lasting insecticidal nets and retreatment of insecticide-treated bednets, malaria behavior change communication.
  • Early diagnosis and prompt treatment through village malaria workers, mobile services, and strong linkages with public and private health facilities equipped to provide high quality diagnosis and treatment.
  • Capacity building: Building capacity of public and private sector and NGO malaria staff in managing the malaria control activities and addressing systems issues such as supervision, logistics management, laboratory capacity, quality assurance/control, coordination, and public sector strategic planning, coordination, and communication.
  • Strategic information: Collection and use of information to guide malaria programming.

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