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Best Practices | January 9, 2023

11 Success Factors for Digital Malaria Campaigns

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has successfully partnered with national government health agencies in several countries to improve the efficiency, quality, and coverage of community-based malaria interventions that support national malaria elimination strategies through scaled ICT applications. Since 2014, beginning in The Gambia, CRS has supported Ministries of Health with the implementation of digitized mass distributions of Insecticide-Treated Nets (ITNs) and seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) campaigns to improve operational transparency, accountability, and impact. Nowadays, CRS has supported the Ministry of Health in implementing successful campaigns of this nature in Nigeria, Benin, and The Gambia.