The Ministry of Health of the Republic of Madagascar, through the National Malaria Control Program, and with support from the African Leaders Malaria Alliance (ALMA) and other development partners, spent ten days developing Madagascar’s National Malaria Elimination Scorecard. The Scorecard will serve as a management tool to strengthen accountability, transparency and action in the country’s efforts toward malaria elimination by the year 2030.
The idea behind the Scorecard is simple, yet powerful. The Elimination Scorecard permits high-level decision makers to better monitor and address quarterly progress or lack of progress on national, regional and district level malaria interventions, including the number of mosquito nets distributed, the number of confirmed malaria cases that received treatment, the level of domestic resources allocated to the fight against malaria and others.
Please use the following link to read the Ministry's Press Release on this story: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ipanrppk569tifh/Madagascar%20Socrecard%20Press%20Release.pdf?dl=0