Capacity building

CAP-Malaria strengthens the technical and management capacity of malaria staff in managing the malaria control activities. While the needs vary greatly, CAP-Malaria is engaged with malaria control partners in all three countries in identifying key programmatic gaps and drawing on existing data to further refine and better target implementation strategies. In Cambodia, the project works with the NMCP to develop and monitor annual operational plans for malaria control in target districts. In Burma, CAP-Malaria is supporting local NGOs to implement malaria control activities complementary to the project’s objectives. Grants recipients receive mentoring and training to further strengthen their capacity.
A key area for capacity building is cross-border collaboration. Working with NMCPs, CAP-Malaria has established twin-cities whose malaria staff will work closely to strengthen malaria services in these high-risk areas. Cross-border committees meet regularly to coordinate plans and implement joint activities such as joint malaria day celebrations. The project also advocates for the harmonizing of protocols between the three countries, and surveillance and reporting on malaria indicators, leveraging existing cross-border platforms such as the Mekong Basin Disease Surveillance network.

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