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Malaria country facts

The main objective of the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) partnership is the scaling up of interventions at country level to ensure wide spread coverage, particularly to population groups most vulnerable.

There is a need to strengthen support for coordination amongst country health partners. The identification of support needs are to be led and designed locally, with support from other levels as appropriate for the country context and capacity and the stage of policy development and implementation.

The malaria program performance review (MPR) is a periodic joint program management process for reviewing progress and performance of country programs within the national health and development agenda. Its aim is to improve performance and re-define the strategic direction and focus of the programme.

  1. Benin
  2. Botswana
  3. Burundi
  4. Eritrea
  5. Ethiopia
  6. Kenya
  7. Madagascar
  8. Malawi
  9. Mozambique
  10. Namibia
  11. Rwanda
  12. Senegal
  13. South Africa
  14. SudanNew!
  15. Swaziland
  16. Tanzania UR
  17. Togo
  18. Uganda
  19. Zambia
  20. Zanzibar
  21. Zimbabwe


RBM Partnership Secretariat helps countries to develop feasible plans for scaling up malaria interventions and establish the three ones at the country level. The "Three Ones" require that partners harmonize their actions by subscribing to:

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