Malaria

Improving Care for Children Under Five and Pregnant Women Presenting with Fever in Malawi: Guide to Coaching Quality Improvement Teams

Quality improvement (QI) coaching is an important method to provide ongoing support to help teams of health care workers apply QI approaches in their setting. The purpose of this coaching guide is to support district malaria and/or...

Improving Care for Children Under Five and Pregnant Women Presenting with Fever in Malawi: Reference Sheet for Improvement Indicators

Since March 2018, the USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project has collaborated with the USAID Organized Network of Services for Everyone (ONSE) Project and ONSE’s supported health facilities to help them...

Improving Quality of Care for Children Under Five and Pregnant Women Presenting with Fever in Malawi Facilitator Guide

The purpose of this guide is to help improvement advisors conduct trainings for district level malaria and/or quality improvement coordinators, health care providers and managers to improve quality of care for children under five years of...

Khunyangu Sub County Hospital Spread Rational Use of ACTs at Bumala B, in Western Kenya

Khunyangu Sub-County Hospital is one of the seven high volume hospitals in Busia County, in Western Kenya. It started implementing quality improvement (QI) in June 2014 when the USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (...

Improving Malaria Case Management through Accuracy and Completeness of Data

Facilities in three high malaria burden counties (Siaya, Busia and Kakamega) formed Work Improvement Teams (WITs) in October 2015 to improve malaria case management data quality and reporting. They reviewed their malaria source documents...

Improving Quantification of Parasitaemia on Confirmed Malaria Blood Smears at Matungu Sub County in Kakamega County

The USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems project (ASSIST) has been supporting quality improvement (QI) with a focus on improving malaria case management in Kakamega County since June 2014. In February 2016, Matungu Sub...

Improving Documentation of Malaria Suspects at Shiamakhubu Health Centre Outpatient Department in Kakamega County

During a clinical encounter of a suspected malaria patient in Kenya, it takes the triad of the clinician serving the patient, the morbidity tally sheet, and outpatient register to correctly capture the patient as a malaria suspect...

Improving Commodity Security in 16 Malaria High Case Load Facilities in Busia, Kakamega, and Siaya Counties

The USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems project (ASSIST) supports selected high-volume facilities in each sub county in Busia, Kakamega, and Siaya Counties in improving the quality of malaria case management. Sixteen (...

Improving Malaria Care: Experiences from Kenya

This report describes ASSIST's experience carrying out improvement activities to improve malaria diagnosis and treatment in Kenya. Included in this report is an overview and eight case studies to provide more detail on site-specific...

Who moved my antimalarial?

Bill Okaka

Knowledge Management & Communications Officer, ASSIST Kenya

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