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The Gambia Roadmap to Achieve 31.12.2010 RBM Targets. September 2009 – December 2010. ROAD MAP COUNTRY SUMMARY. LLIN resources available to achieve the 2010 targets. LLIN Ordering & Distribution to end 2010. ACT resources available to achieve the 2010 targets. Case management.

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Other core interventions to be delivered over the next 17 months

  • Reviewing malaria case mgt guidelines to include parasitological diagnosis for all ages before treatment

  • Mass BCC campaigns and social mobilization activities on malaria control and prevention

  • Conduct MIS studies and support MICs implementation

  • Expansion of laboratory services to strengthen parasitological diagnosis

  • Conducting mass LLIN campaigns to increase coverage and use


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Bottlenecks- Summary of rate-limiting factors over the next 17 months

Availability of funds for implementaion

Procurement bottle neck and availability of comodities(ACTs, RDTs, LLINs, Insecticides for IRS)

Utilisation of commodities by the general population (positive behavioural change/ good health care seeking behaviour

Weakness of the health system (HMIS , logistical support to facilitate outreach services, availability of trained personel etc.)



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