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dc.contributor.authorChen, Yongqiu
dc.description.abstractThe Malaria Control Booster Project (MCBP) is part of Federal Government of Nigeria efforts to improve the health situation blighted by preventable and treatable diseases. It contains two main components: i) strengthening the capacity of the Federal Government to provide malaria control leadership and coordination over the medium and long-term; and ii) strengthening the health system to improve delivery of an integrated package of interventions in the target states. (The World Bank, 2010) The project has lasted for over 8 years, from 2007 to 2015. During these 8 years, a number of interventions have been executed to increase the quality and utilization of health services for malaria prevention and treatment. This research will mainly focus on two interventions---Community-Directed Interventions (CDIs) and Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs). The paper will include a background introduction, literature reviews, a detailed description of the two interventions, relevant data, a summary of the interview with the program coordinator, M Abul Kalam Azad, and a discussion on whether CDI and PMV interventions contributed to controlling malaria in Nigeria by analyzing the data collected from the project.en_US
dc.description.sponsorshipWorld Bank Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) Group Cornell Institute for Public Affairsen_US
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dc.titleCommunity-Directed Intervention and Partnership with Patent Medicine Vendors in Malaria Control Booster Project (MCBP) Implemented by Federal Government of Nigeria and The World Banken_US

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