The Strengthening and Scaling-up Malaria Prevention and Case Management to improve Health Status in Afghanistan

Province: Kunduz Districts: Kunduz, Imam Sahib, Khan Abad, Chardara, Archi, Ali Abad, Qala-e-Zal


Early diagnosis and effective treatment according to malaria National Treatment Guideline (NTG)

Stop clinical malaria diagnosis (by sign and symptom) and increase malaria confirmation by microscopy and RDT

Vector control through LLINs distribution in Targeted area (campaign and continues for pregnant women)

Note: Based on BPHS Policy, BPHS implementer NGOs are responsible to provide malaria microscopy diagnosis up to CHC level and provide malaria treatment in all level (from Health Post up to Hospital)

Malaria grant address the current gaps in BPHS policy to achieve above aims and NMSP 2018-2022 goal and objective

UNDP/GF Malaria Grant SR as BPHS implementer are responsible for below activities: 1. Conduct Refresher training for Health Facilities (HF) in charge, Community Health Supervisor (CHS), Community Health Worker (CHW) and HF lab technicians on malaria diagnosis, treatment and reporting based on NMLCP guidelines and Malaria NTG. These activities must conduct in close coordination with National Malaria and Leishmaniasis Control Program (NMLCP) and Provincial Malaria and Leishmaniasis Control Program unit (PMLCP). SRs must involve NMLCP and PMLCP trainers in Training of HF In charge, CHS and lab technician. (number of trainee list will be shared in separate sheet). 2. SR is responsible to distribute RDT and ACT to HF where microscopy is not available based on BPHS policy (BHC, SHC and MHT) and HP but Primaquine to all HFs not HP. 3. SR is responsible for collection of malaria monthly report (MLIS) from HP and HF and shared it with PMLCP, NMLCP and UNDP at monthly and quarterly base 4. SR is responsible to monitor the project implementation based on NMLCP/MoPH and UNDP policies. 5. UNDP will provide RDT, ACT and Primaquine to SRs to cover current BPHS gaps