Study to determine the current prevalence of malaria detectable among pregnant women registering for ANC in 6 districts in Rwanda: Evidence for developing and implementing a new malaria in pregnancy strategy in the context of reducing malaria prevalence

Study to determine the current prevalence of malaria detectable among pregnant women registering for ANC in 6 districts in Rwanda: Evidence for developing and implementing a new malaria in pregnancy strategy in the context of reducing malaria prevalence

Objectives

To determine the current prevalence of malaria detectable among pregnant women registering for ANC in 6 districts in Rwanda and to gather the evidence for developing and implementing a new malaria in pregnancy strategy in the context of reducing malaria prevalence

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Key facts

  • Dates
    Mar 2011 to Dec 2012
    Funding amount
    $250,000
    Country
    • Rwanda

MESA tags

  • Methodology
    Epidemiology, Operational research
    Theme(s)
    Measurement of transmission, Vulnerable populations