GLOBAL FUND MALARIA | Programs

Category: Ongoing Programs

GLOBAL FUND MALARIA
GLOBAL FUND MALARIA GF Malaria, is a project that is implemented through a multi-sector approach. As such, the key stakeholders are; Ministry of Health staff, Ministry of Education staff, Division of National Malaria Program, AMREF, Sub-Recipients and other agencies such as KEMSA, Tupime Kauti, Afya Ugavi among others.
GF Malaria, is a project that is implemented through a multi-sector approach. As such, the key stakeholders are; Ministry of Health staff, Ministry of Education staff, Division of National Malaria Program, AMREF, Sub-Recipients and other agencies such as KEMSA, Tupime Kauti, Afya Ugavi among others.

The project involves focuses on case management of malaria at the community level using the existing ministry of health structures. At household level, the case management is conducted by the Community Health Volunteers (CHV) who are supervised by Community Health Extension Workers. The CHVs are tasked to manage only uncomplicated cases of malaria and are expected to refer any complicated/severe cases of malaria.

Goal                                                                                        
To reduce Malaria incidences and deaths by at least 75 percent of 2016 levels by 2023
Aim/Objectives
  1. To protect 100% of people living in malaria risk areas through  access to appropriate malaria preventive interventions by 2023
  2. To manage 100% of suspected malaria cases according to the  Kenya malaria treatment guidelines by 2023
  3. To establish systems for malaria elimination in targeted counties by 2023 
  4. To increase utilization of appropriate malaria interventions in  Kenya to at least 80% by 2023
  5. To strengthen malaria surveillance and use of the information to improve decision-making for programme performance
Coverage & Key Indicators
For community case management of malaria (CCMM), the project is implemented in two Counties at the household level. The two counties of focus are Vihiga (Luanda & Emuhaya Sub-counties) and Siaya (Alego Usonga, Bondo, Gem, Rarieda, Ugenya and Ugunja sub-counties). Other counties of focus include: West Pokot, Samburu, Isiolo, Marsabit and Turkana which are targeted with Data Quality Audits and Health Facility Supportive Supervisions
Key Indicators
Output level:
  • CM-2b: Proportion of suspected malaria cases that receive a parasitological test in the community
  • CM-2b(M): Proportion of confirmed malaria cases that receive first line anti-malarial treatment in the community
  • M&E-2: Proportion of facility reports (community) received over the reports expected during the reporting period         
  • RSSH- Other 1: Number of Community units provided support supervision per semester
  • RSSH- Other 2: Number of Community Units reporting on integrated TB, HIV and Malaria activities
  • RSSH- Other 3: Number of Community Units provided with performance based monthly incentives
Duration of the Project
Jan 2018-Jun 2021
Target Population
The project covers all ages in the community