ALMA is supporting Botswana’s Ministry of Health and Wellness in the implementation of the country’s malaria and Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health (RMNCAH) scorecard management tools for accountability and action.
1.Botswana’s malaria scorecard for accountability and action
The Botswana malaria scorecard for accountability and action was developed in 2016 by the Botswana Ministry of Health and Wellness (MOHW). Led by the National Malaria Programme (NMP) and supported by partners, the scorecard is used to increase awareness about the malaria situation, support the identification of bottlenecks and drive action.
The Botswana RMNCAH scorecard for accountability and action, was developed by the Ministry of Health and Wellness in 2015 with support from ALMA and partners. The scorecard tool is used to track key maternal and child health indicators, identify bottlenecks and drive action. Since its rollout, ALMA has been supporting the Ministry of Health in the strengthening and decentralisation of the scorecard management tool.