Who the partnership is supporting
Anglican Diocesan Development and Relief Organisation (ADDRO):
This project seeks to promote community-based access to health services to reduce malaria burden on target groups, specifically pregnant women, and children under five in hard to reach, rural communities.
With a rights-based approach on strengthening community advocacy activities, on gender issues, and on establishing a child protection and safeguarding policy, ADDRO hopes to see an increased number of people using malaria preventive measures, and those with malaria demanding and accessing appropriate services.
Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights (ARHR)
Using a Community Scorecard to generate data which communities can use to demand better malaria services, the project aims to:
- catalyse health seeking behaviours
- increase access to quality care for pregnant women and children under five.
Through implementation research on approaches to reducing malaria in children under 10 years and pregnant women, this project will identify and test ways to:
- increase access to malaria treatment in communities
- improve knowledge of community level malaria care providers
- enhance community demand for malaria services
Where we're working
We're working with BBC Media Action, Concern Worldwide, Kings College, London and others in Sierra Leone
We're working with the Manhica Foundation, Nweti Health Communities, Programa Inter Religioso Contra a Malaria (PIRCOM) and CUAMM (Doctors with Africa) in Mozambique.
We're working with The Tanzania Communication and Development Center, The Association of Private Health Facilities in Tanzania and The Clinton Health Access Initiative in Tanzania.
Greater Mekong Subregion
We're working with Malaria Consortium, PSI and Health Poverty Action in the Greater Mekong Subregion