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Mock grant proposal to WHO( World Health Organization) developed by doctoral students Walden University Ph.D residency. Congradulations to our fantastic team for placing 2 for best in project!!! We ...

Mock grant proposal to WHO( World Health Organization) developed by doctoral students Walden University Ph.D residency. Congradulations to our fantastic team for placing 2 for best in project!!! We may see this on CNN hero's in a few years!!! Wish you all the best!!

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    Final Who Millennium_development_goals_grant_project_ppt_raks Final Who Millennium_development_goals_grant_project_ppt_raks Presentation Transcript

    • WHO Millennium Development Goals Grant Project Emily Brown, Raksmey Castleman, Suzette Decastro, TiffanyDobson, Cha See, Erna Siregar, & Nabila
    • Ethiopia
      • Country Profile
        • Population (est.): 82 million
        • - Annual population growth rate (est.): 2.6%.
        • Health: Infant mortality rate -- 77/1,000 live births.
        • Mortality rate for children under 5—104/1,000 live births
        • Work force: Agriculture --80%. Industry and commerce --20%.
    • Malaria in Ethiopia
      • 75% of the land is prone to malaria
      • More than 50 million people are at risk for malaria (68% of the population)
      • Malaria is the first and the leading cause of death
      • Estimated Number people living in malaria areas: 50 million
      • Estimated number malaria cases per year: 9 million
      • • Number of extra cases in an epidemic year: 6 million • Number of people dying in a 9-month malaria epidemic (e.g. 2003): 114,000
      • • Estimated number of lives saved annually if all malaria control interventions fully implemented (Child survival strategy, 2005): 70,400
      • * Number of Insecticide Treated Nets (ITNs) distributed to families in Ethiopia since 2005: 4.5 million • Total number ITNs needed to reach 100% coverage: 20 million
    • Problem: Despite recent efforts, it is evident there is still malaria mortality rates in children under 5 in Ethiopia
    • Mother Net Work
      • Implement Early Prevention and Education to Reduce Childhood Mortality Rates by decreasing Malaria cases in Ethiopia
    • Intervention and Evaluation
      • Target population: Pregnant women or women with children <5 years old
      • Program goal: To reduce childhood mortality by 10% by the end of the first year of the program
        • Aim 1: Reduce mortality rate due to malaria by 10% by the end of the first year of the program
        • Aim 2: To increase the use of proper nets in intended population by 50% by the end of year 1.
        • Aim 2: Provide education/resources at least 50 individuals of target population about proper utilization of mosquito nets
        • Aim 3: Provide additionally resources (community assets) to intervention participants through this intervention by the end of the first year of the program
    • Early Prevention
      • Reiterate the importance of properly using ITNs (nets)
        • Video
        • Informational handouts (with pictures)
        • Community involvement (e.g., churches, community leaders, hospitals) in obtaining ITNs
    • Education Content Areas
      • What is malaria?
      • What causes malaria?
      • Mode of transmission
      • What are the symptoms of malaria?
      • Identifying early symptoms of malaria
      • What are the treatment of malaria?
      • Various preventative measures
      • How to use nets
      • Importance of using nets
      • Thank You!