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  • Improving the generation, quality, and use of data for routine immunization systems through the use of process indicators and other strategies
    2018 - This poster looks at process indicators for routine immunization and the importance of routine immunization data quality. It explores which process indicators are appropriate for providing real-time system data to demonstrate strengthening of routine immunization (RI) on a pathway to uniformly high immunization coverage that is sustainable over time. Process ...
  • Mahefa Miaraka Annual Report Summary 2018
    2018 - During its third implementation year, the USAID Community Capacity for Health Program, locally known as Mahefa Miaraka, made significant progress assisting community health volunteers (CHVs) to provide quality health services to remote communities. Alongside partners ASOS, FHI 360, and Transaid, Mahefa Miaraka works in 4,885 fokontany, 456 communes, and 34 ...
  • Polio Eradication through Community Approaches - MCSP’s Role in Eradicating Polio in Madagascar
    November, 2018 - Between 2014 and 2015, Madagascar had 11 confirmed cases of vaccine-derived poliovirus, signifying challenges with the routine immunization system that urgently needed attention. In response to this outbreak, the national Expanded Program on Immunization and partners implemented 13 national and sub-national supplemental polio immunization campaigns and conducted a series of ...
  • Population, Health, and Environment Integration Activity One-Pager
    2018 - The Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) Integration Activity in Madagascar is a one-year initiative implemented by JSI Research & Training Institute Inc. under the USAID Community Capacity for Health Program, locally known as Mahefa Miaraka. This brochure highlights the activities of the PHE Integration Activity, which is based on the ...
  • Strengthening Health Information Systems in Madagascar
    2017 - Madagascar�s health information system (HIS) has faced challenges resulting from multiple vertical reporting systems and disease-surveillance systems that correspond to program-specific needs. In working toward a more unified HIS, Madagascar�s Ministry of Health (MOH) has been collaborating with partners, such as the Directorate for Malaria Control, to integrate reporting systems, ...