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Health Care Delivery Systems to Address Global Concerns

2021-08-10 18:18:09
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Various programmes are in place so as to control, eliminate and eradicate malaria. Most of the countries that are affected by Malaria have national malaria programmes. The World Health Organization (WHO) Global Malaria Programme is in charge of coordinating the WHOs global efforts to control and eliminate malaria (Najera, Gonzalez-Silva & Alonso, 2011). The global technical strategy sets out a framework to control and eliminate malaria in all countries prone by 2030. WHO has technical staff in all the regions that are prone to malaria and is set to help the member countries to achieve their malaria goals. They help member states through setting and disseminating global guidance and policies on malaria control and elimination. They support countries to adapt, adopt and implement the set standards for malaria control and elimination. They help countries to develop malaria surveillance systems and also assist them to formulate national malaria strategic plans. The WHO has also initiated a community-directed intervention whereby the community itself is in charge. The community takes charge of the process and they hold some community meetings where the community decides when and where interventions are going to be implemented. The community is also charged with collectively selecting the implementers who are trained by health workers and then undertake the intervention process.

Stakeholders

The Global Malaria Programme works with all the major partners in the global malaria community, and they range from regulatory authorities, inter-governmental authorities, endemic country governments, private-public partnerships and United Nations agencies (Najera, Gonzalez-Silva & Alonso, 2011).

References

Karunamoorthi, K. (2012). Global malaria burden: socialomics implications. J Socialomics, 1, e108.

Najera, J. A., Gonzalez-Silva, M., & Alonso, P. L. (2011). Some lessons for the future from the Global Malaria Eradication Programme (19551969). PLoS medicine, 8(1), e1000412.

World Health Organization. (2015). Guidelines for the treatment of malaria. World Health Organization.

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