|Title:||Strategic plan for malaria control and elimination in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region 2006-2010|
|Authors:||World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean|
|Abstract:||The strategic plan for malaria control and elimination in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region 2006-2010 was developed by the Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean in consultation with Member States of the Region. It builds on the progress made in malaria control and elimination in the Region during 2003-2006 and sets out specific objectives for three groups of countries in the Region. It identifies six main strategic approaches for implementation, monitoring and evaluation of malaria control and elimination interventions, with time-bound targets and appropriate indicators for each approach. It also describes the roles of WHO, national authorities and other stakeholders in implementation of malaria control activities, and provides budgetary estimates for implementation of the national and regional strategic plans. Target: Ministries of health, national malaria programme managers and other stakeholders in malaria control|
|Description:||41 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Gov't Doc #:||WHO-EM/MAL/340/E|
|Appears in Collections:||EMRO Publications|
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