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Title Rolling back malaria : the World Bank global strategy & booster program / [Malaria Task Force].

Published Washington, DC : The World Bank, 2005.

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 UniM BioMed ST  362.1969362 ROLL    AVAILABLE
Physical description xvi, 193 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes "A multidisciplinary Malaria Task Force prepared this report ..."--Foreword.
"DOI: 10.1596/978-0-8213-6100-3"--T.p. verso.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 183-187) and index.
Contents 2 Rationale for a Renewed World Bank Effort on Malaria 13 -- 2.1 Malaria Impairs Economic Growth and Human Development 14 -- 2.2 Malaria Is Preventable and Curable, with Good Returns on Investment 15 -- 2.3 Success Is Possible on a Large Scale 16 -- 2.4 There is a Wide Gap between Knowing and Doing 18 -- 2.5 World Bank Has Underused its Comparative Advantage in Malaria Control 24 -- 2.6 Clients and Partners Demand a Stronger World Bank Effort 34 -- 3 Priorities and Business Model 37 -- 4 Program of Action 43 -- 4.1 Program and Deliverables 43 -- 4.2 International Finance Corporation and the Private Sector in Malaria Control 45 -- 4.3 Cooperation with the Global Fund and Other Major Partners in Malaria Control 50 -- 5 Malaria Task Force 53 -- 5.2 Oversight 54 -- 5.3 Staffing: Secretariat and Regional Clusters 54 -- 5.4 Financing the Malaria Task Force 54 -- 6 Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation 57 -- 6.1 Results Framework 57 -- 6.2 Steps to a Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation System 58 -- 6.3 RBM Technical Strategies and Indicators of Population Coverage 59 -- Appendix 1 Outline of the Monitoring and Evaluation Framework 61 -- A1.1 Support to Countries 61 -- A1.2 Support to Regional/Global Partnerships and Collective Efforts 63 -- A1.3 Strengthening of Bank's Capacity to Contribute Effectively to Malaria Control 64 -- Appendix 2 Malarial Case Notification and Coverage with Key Interventions 67 -- Data Tables -- 1 Malarial Case Notification: Malaria Notifications for the Most Recent Year Information Received 70 -- 2 Malarial Case Notification: Standardized Malaria Notifications and Notification Rates per 1,000, since 1990 80 -- 3 Percentage of Households That Have at Least One Mosquito Net, by Background Characteristics 96 -- 4 Percentage of Households That Have at Least One Insecticide-treated Mosquito Net, by Background Characteristics 100 -- 5 Percentage of Children under Five Years Old That Slept under a Mosquito Net during the Night Preceding the Survey, by Background Characteristics 104 -- 6 Percentage of Children under Five Years Old That Slept under an Insecticide-treated Mosquito Net during the Night Preceding the Survey, by Background Characteristics 110 -- 7 Percentage of Pregnant Women That Slept under a Mosquito Net during the Night Preceding the Survey, by Background Characteristics 116 -- 8 Percentage of Pregnant Women That Slept under an Insecticide-treated Mosquito Net during the Night Preceding the Survey, by Background Characteristics 118 -- 9 Pregnant Women Receiving Sulfadoxine Pyrimethamine (SP) at Least Once during Pregnancy (Community Level, Prevention or Treatment), by Background Characteristics 120 -- 10 Pregnant Women Receiving Sulfadoxine Pyrimethamine (SP) at Least Twice during Pregnancy (Community Level, Prevention or Treatment), by Background Characteristics 120 -- 11 Pregnant Women Receiving Sulfadoxine Pyrimethamine (SP) at Least Once during an Antenatal Visit, by Background Characteristics 122 -- 12 Pregnant Women Receiving Sulfadoxine Pyrimethamine (SP) at Least Twice during an Antenatal Visit, by Background Characteristics 122 -- 13 Percentage of Children under Five Years Old with Reported Fever in the Two Weeks Prior to the Survey, by Background Characteristics 124 -- 14 Percentage of Febrile Children under Five Years Old That Received Treatment with Chloroquine, by Background Characteristics 132 -- 15 Percentage of Febrile Children under Five Years Old That Received Treatment with Sulfadoxine Pyrimethamine (SP), by Background Characteristics 136 -- 16 Percentage of Febrile Children under Five Years Old That Received Treatment with Any Antimalarial, by Background Characteristics 140 -- 17 Summary of Antimalarial Drug Efficacy Results, Expressed as Treatment Failure 144 -- Appendix 3 Four Success Stories: Malaria Control in Brazil, Eritrea, India, and Vietnam 157 -- Appendix 4 Strategic Communications 171 -- Appendix 5 High-Impact Partnerships: Private Sector and Civil Society 175 -- Appendix 6 Impact of Malaria on Schoolchildren and the Education Sector 179 -- Box 1 Malaria and Selected MDGs 4 -- Figure 2.1 Profile in Contrasts: The Persistent Burden of Malaria in Africa 17 -- Table 2.1 Ownership of Insecticide-treated Bed Nets in Malawi, by Income Group 19 -- Figure 2.2 Access to Antimalarial Treatment 20 -- Figure 2.3 Increasing Costs of Commodities for Malaria Control 24 -- Figure 2.4 Effectiveness of PRSPs in Addressing Malaria 29 -- Figure 2.5 Malaria Control Efforts Have Not Benefited from Increased Health Spending in Ghana 33 -- Table 3.1 Booster Program for Malaria Control: Matrix of Options for Financing and Instruments 41 -- Box 2.1 Putting the Bank's Comparative Advantage to Work: Assisting Countries to Develop Strategies for Financing Treatment with ACTs 45 -- Table 4.1 Booster Program for Malaria: Deliverables 46 -- Table 5.1 Potential Staffing and Distribution of the Malaria Task Force 55.
Other author World Bank.
World Bank. Malaria Task Force.
Subject World Bank.
Malaria.
ISBN 9780821361993
0821361996
0821362003 (e-ISBN)