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Budgeting for a Malaria Indicator Survey. Dr Ayub Manya & Laurent Bergeron. Outline of presentation. Pre Survey Budgeting to secure funding Actual allocation of funds during planning and implementation . Pre-Survey budgeting. Two-fold:

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Budgeting for a Malaria Indicator Survey

Dr Ayub Manya & Laurent Bergeron

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Outline of presentation

Pre Survey Budgeting to secure funding

Actual allocation of funds during planning and implementation

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Pre-Survey budgeting

Two-fold:

Get a quick estimate - using key information- of what financial resources are needed to conduct an MIS

Identify potential financial needs ahead of time to secure funding

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Cost of an MIS

What determines the cost of an MIS?

Mainly:

Sample size

In-country costs

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Rationale

Budgeting an MIS consists in:

Spanning key activities & stages from MIS-planning through MIS report-writing and dissemination

Budgeting associated cost categories and budget line items using country-specific and MIS-specific data (sample size, clusters, per diems, etc.)

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Securing funding to conduct your MIS

A preliminary budget can be useful to involve your partners, by distributing specific activities among them

Include request for MIS funding in your Global Fund proposal – need to have a pretty good idea of the cost.

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Budgeting for implementation

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Step 1: MIS coordination

MIS Coordinator:

From planning to the end of field work, right through to the dissemination meeting

Can consider hiring an assistant too…

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Step 2: Protocol development

Protocol development and submission to ethical committees is a collaborative process that requires mainly TA time (usually staff time and travel costs) among stakeholders and donors

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Step 3: CSO engagement sample selection

CSO engagement in the following:

Sample design preparation / protocol development

Map preparation and printing (clusters and pre-testing site)

Depending on countries specificities, translation cost of questionnaires and consent forms into local languages

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Step 4: Communication strategy

In advance or/during the MIS, the following need to be considered:

Production of radio spots

Airing of radio spots (national/regional radio)

District sensitization meeting

Enumeration area advocacy meetings

Calendars, leaflets, etc.

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Communication budget Kenya

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Step 5: Commodities

Main cost categories:

PDAs or paper

RDTs

Drugs (depending on your national guidelines)

Hemocues for anemia testing

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Step 6: MIS training

Per diem and transport costs for data collectors

Venue

Supplies for field testing activities

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Example of training budget, Kenya

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Step 7: Data collection/field work

Per diems

Vehicles

Communication (phone calls)

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Step 8: Slide transport and reading

Slide readers

Transport cost back to central level

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Step 9: Report preparation and dissemination

Printing of final report

Dissemination meetings: central and regional levels

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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Thank you!

RBM-MERG Malaria Indicator Training Workshop, 9th-12th September 2008, Lusaka, Zambia


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