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How TASO is working with sub recipients to fight malaria in Uganda

With funding from the Global Fund, the TASO Grants Management Unit works with the National Malaria Control Programme (under the Ministry of Health) to fight malaria in Uganda. 
The National Malaria Control Programme aims at ensuring that there is national coverage of malaria prevention and treatment services. It is guided by the Uganda Malaria Reduction Strategic Plan 2014 - 2020 (UMRSP). TASO supports this entity by working with Sub recipients to provide quality services  within the health facilities and communities across the country. CURRENT ACTIVITIESTASO and its Sub Recipients, with technical support from district coordinating offices, provide the following;Case managementIntegrated Community Case management (ICCM) - Training of Master trainers, DHMT, VHT Supervisors, VHTs and malaria champions, procurement and distribution of community reporting tools, gumboots and solar lamps, procurement of branded BCC items, coordination meetings and home visits for the VHTs, DHMT ICCM health f…

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