Join MSH at the American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (ASTMH) Annual Meeting 2023

Join MSH at the American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (ASTMH) Annual Meeting 2023

For over three decades, MSH has been supporting governments, donors, and international and local stakeholders in over 40 countries fight malaria by scaling-up proven interventions to combat malaria, while building the capacity of health systems and developing innovative tools and technologies to prevent and treat the disease.

Focusing on the theme From Evidence to Action, our malaria experts will be at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene’s (ASTMH) Annual Meeting—#TropMed2023—in Chicago, IL, from October 18–22, to present our approaches to improving quality of care for malaria in Madagascar and Nigeria.

See below for the dates and times of MSH’s poster presentations from our featured projects.

The Accessible Continuum of Care and Essential Services Sustained Program (ACCESS) in Madagascar

Saturday, October 21st
Contribution of ACCESS in the Improvement of IPTp3 Coverage among Pregnant Women in Madagascar, 2019-2022

Improving Market Partnerships and Access to Commodities Together (IMPACT) Program in Madagascar

Friday, October 20th
The Value of End-Use Verification Surveys in Identifying Issues and Tracking Progress for Antimalarial Commodity Stocks in Madagascar, 2022
Saturday, October 21st
The Importance of Quantification to Optimize Resource Mobilization for Continuous Supply of Antimalaria Commodities

US President’s Malaria Initiative for States (PMI-S) Project in Nigeria

Thursday, October 19th
Improved Facility-Based Integrated Supportive Supervision: Gains on Health System Strengthening in Oyo State, Nigeria
Friday, October 20th
The following poster presentations will take place during Poster Session B.
Changes in Malaria Test Positivity Rate following Scale Up of Lifesaving Malaria Control Intervention in Ebony State, South East Nigeria
Community Data Use: Pivotal to Improving the Uptake of Malaria Services by Pregnant Women and the Resilience of Community Health Systems: The Case of Primary Health Care Facilities in Cross River State, Nigeria
Engaging Health Facility Teams to Improve Malaria Data Quality Use and Service Delivery in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria
Pioneering Electronic Forms and Reporting in Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention Implementation Amid Insecurity in Zamfara State, Nigeria
Saturday, October 21st
The following poster presentations will take place during Poster Session C.
Reinforcing Adherence to National Guidelines on Malaria Case Management in Privately-Owned Health Facilities: A Case Study from Oyo State, Nigeria
Practical Facility-level Approaches to Reduce Malaria Test Positivity Rates in Oyo State, Nigeria
Comparative Analysis of Primary Health Care Providers’ Adherence to Parasitological Diagnosis of Uncomplicated Malaria Using Behavioral Economics Prototypes in Akwa Ibom, Nigeria
Multi-level and Evidence-based Advocacy Supported Increased Uptake of Intermittent Preventive Treatment of Malaria among Pregnant Women of Cross River State, Nigeria

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