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  • 1. MALARIA PREVENTION In BURKINA FASO:
    • “Land of Upright People”
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  • 3. Malaria in Burkina Faso (2010)
    • 5,723,481 cases
    • 9024 deaths
    • 47.6% of health center consultations
    • 59.7% of hospitalisations
    • 46.9% of overall deaths
    • 23% of families own at least on treated mosquito net (2009)
    • 10% of children under 5 sleep under treated mosquito nets (2009)
  • 4. Incidence of Malaria
  • 5. DISTRIBUTION OF ENDEMICITY
  • 6. CLINICAL BURDEN
  • 7. PMI & MCHIP
    • Burkina is NOT a PMI focus country
    • MCHIP manages malaria programs
      • Jhpiego - MCHIP Lead (Training)
      • Deliver (John Snow, Inc) - Logistics & Procurement
      • Abt, Ass. - IRS
      • USAID
      • NMCP (MOH)
      • Ecole Nationale de la Sante Publique (ENSP)
      • Peace Corps
  • 8. MCHIP Objectives
    • Objective 1- Improve health care providers’ knowledge and skills in integrated malaria prevention and control based on current policy, guidelines, and training materials.
    • Objective 2- Improve regional and district level supervisors capacity to provide integrated malaria supervision to frontline providers.
    • Objective 3- Develop and disseminate appropriate communication materials to improve knowledge, attitudes, and practices of two key target groups, health service providers and health facility clients, through the use of job aids and culturally appropriate posters and related materials. PEACE CORPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    • Objective 4- Strengthen pre-service education; specifically, updating malaria training content and teaching methods in national nursing and/or midwifery schools.
  • 9. National Malaria Control Program (NMCP)
    • The goal of the strategic plan is to reduce morbidity by 75% compared to 2000 and mortality to a level close to zero. 1 To achieve this the following objectives have been set.
      • By the end of 2015, 100% of suspected malaria cases will be tested for and treated at a health facility.
      • By the end of 2015, 100% of pregnant women and children under 5 will receive IPT.
      • By the end of 2015, 100% of the population will sleep under LLINs.
      • By the end of 2015, 100% of the population in 4 regions will benefit from IRS.
      • By the end of 2015, 100% of breeding sites in the Centre and Hauts-Bassins regions will be covered by anti-larvals.
      • By 2015, all commodoties (RDTs, treatment medication, IPTp (SP), bednets, etc) will be available at the village level.
      • By the end of 2015, 80% of the populations will practice behaviors favorable to fighting malaria.
      • By the end of 2015, 100% of health disctricts will produce qualitity data related to malaria in all public, privite, and communitiy level facilities.
      • By the end of 2015, the capacity of PNLP in the management and coodination of all anti-malaria activities, interventions, and partners will be reinforced.
  • 10. NMCP Con’t
    • Case Management
      • Diagnostics & Treatment
    • Malaria in Pregnancy
      • Intermittent Preventive Treatment (IPTp)
      • Long lasting insecticide treated bednets (LLINs)
      • Case Management
    • Vector Control
      • LLINs
      • Indoor residual spray (IRS)
      • Anti-Larval
    • Surveillance
    • Institutional Capacity Building
    • In-service training
    • Pre-service education
    • Support supervision
    • Communication
    • Monitoring and Evaluation (M & E)
    • Qualitity Improvement
    • Community Awareness
    Technical Focus Strategies
  • 11. Peace Corps and Malaria
    • PC-BF has made malaria prevention and treatment a priority by incorporating it into its “High Five” activities that every volunteer does.
    • The PC-BF CHAT (Community Health & AIDS Task force) committee has also been very active in marketing malaria activities to all PCVs.
  • 12. Peace Corps and Malaria
  • 13. Peace Corps and Malaria
    • PC-BF has teamed with Jhpiego to train CHAT members along with 16 health volunteers and 8 ASCs/COGES
    • A PCRV has been assigned to work with Jhpiego to stegthen collaboration
    • A cascading TOT is programed for April and May
  • 14. Prevention in Burkina Faso
    • Mosquito Nets (LLIN)
    • Neem Cream
    • Skin Coverage
    • Window Screens
    • Indoor Residual Spray (IRS)
    • Prenatal Counseling
  • 15. Activties/Projects
    • Net Distributions
    • Proper net usage campaigns
    • Neem Cream projuctions workshops (IGA)
    • Awareness campaigns about malaria symtoms and prevention
    • Student Clubs
    • Supply chain management assistance at clinics for medication and RDTs
  • 16. NEEM CREAM Ingredients: 1 liter of water 1 small tin of neem leaves 1 bar of hard soap (cut into small melt-able pieces) 200 cfa of buerre de karité (about 1 liter when melted)  IN ONE VILLAGE PROJECT GENERATED AN 80,000 FCFA FOR WOMEN’S GROUP!!!!!!!
  • 17. NEEM CREAM
  • 18. Photo Wall
    • Health volunteer took photos of people properly using bed nets and printed them with the tagline “______, dort sous moustiquaire”
    • Over 300 photos were hung in the central health center (CSPS)
    • Projected funded through SPA grant
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