- All > Medicine Access and Rational Use > Rational Use
- All > Medicine Access and Rational Use > Supply Management
- Keywords > anti-malarial stock levels
- Keywords > antimalarial medicines (AMLs)
- Keywords > availability - antimalarial medications
- Keywords > intermittent preventive treatment in pregnancy (IPTp)
- Keywords > malaria in pregnancy (MiP)
- Keywords > medicines coverage
- Keywords > sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine
- Keywords > supply chain - stock-outs
- Keywords > treatment - malaria
- Keywords > use of medicines - women
(2015; 40 pages)
Bausell, Loren and Katherine Wolf. 2014. Treatment Uptake and Availability of Antimalarial Drugs for Intermittent Preventative Treatment in Pregnant Women in Malawi. Arlington, Va.: USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, Task Order 7.
The USAID | DELIVER PROJECT Task Order Malaria analyzed the relationship between coverage of sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine for intermittent preventative treatment of malaria in pregnant women with the sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine stockout rates in Malawi for the same period. This analysis was performed to explore the relationship between stock availability and intervention coverage.