ALMA is supporting the Zimbabwe’s Ministry of Health and Childcare in the implementation of the country’s malaria and Reproductive Maternal Newborn Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCAH) scorecard management tools for accountability and action.
The Zimbabwe RMNCAH scorecard was first developed in 2014 by the Zimbabwe Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC) with support from ALMA and a coalition of partners. The scorecard tool is used to track key maternal and child health indicators, identify bottlenecks and drive action at the national, regional and community level. Since the launch, ALMA has supported the MOHCC in the decentralisation and strengthening of the scorecard management tool and has supported the review of indicators and linking the tool with the DHIS2.
ALMA is supporting Zambia’s Ministry of Health of Child Care in the implementation of the country’s malaria scorecard management tool for accountability and action. Zimbabwe’s malaria scorecard Tool was developed in 2016 by the National Malaria Control programme with support from ALMA and partners. Since its rollout, ALMA has supported the country in the strengthening the scorecard management tool including through reviewing its indicators in line with evolving priorities and linking the tool to the DHIS2.