ADDRO Reports to AMF

ADDRO is happy to share reports with partners Episcopal Relief & Development as well as Against Malaria Foundation (AMF). The reports are basically on Pre-distribution, Distribution, and Post-distribution Activities in Northern, Greater Accra and Upper West Region. 

The Anglican Diocesan Development and Relief Organization (ADDRO) in collaboration with Episcopal Relief & Development and with support from the Against Malaria Foundation (AMF), partnered with Ghana’s National Malaria Control Program (NMCP)/Ghana Health Service (GHS) and others for a universal Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLINs) campaign in Greater Accra. As part of the LLINs campaign, ADDRO’s team is to conduct Post-Distribution Check-Ups (PDCU) every 6 months for a duration of 2.5 years. The purpose of the PDCU is to assess the level of continued net use and provide significant data and locally actionable information to the relevant GHS/NMCP leaders and other partners, to contribute to health intervention decisions and planning.

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AMF PDCU (at 6 months) Report for Northern Region – 1.25.17 – FINAL

AMF Activity Report #2 – August 2016 – final (1)

Upper West Region Predistribution & Distribution report, FINAL 1.27.17