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  1. Malaria is a major public health problem in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). It is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in DRC, with 27.3 million cases of malaria and 24,880 malaria deaths reported in 2022.An effective surveillance, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system that produces high quality data is essential for the monitoring of malaria trends, evaluation of the impact of malaria control interventions, and evidence-based decision-making. Problems with the quality of malaria data persist in the DRC, limiting the national malaria control program’s (NMCP) informed decision-making and ability to launch a timely response to identified priorities.To address this need, the DRC NMCP – with support from PATH MACEPA – has developed a decentralized routine data quality audit (RDQA) process that was piloted in four health zones in Haut-Katanga. Pilot methodology, preliminary results, and key recommendations are summarized in this technical brief.
    Published: March 2024
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    Brief
  2. Malaria is a major public health problem in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). It is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in DRC, with 27.3 million cases of malaria and 24,880 malaria deaths reported in 2022.An effective surveillance, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system that produces high quality data is essential for the monitoring of malaria trends, evaluation of the impact of malaria control interventions, and evidence-based decision-making. Problems with the quality of malaria data persist in the DRC, limiting the national malaria control program’s (NMCP) informed decision-making and ability to launch a timely response to identified priorities.To address this need, the DRC NMCP – with support from PATH MACEPA – has developed a decentralized routine data quality audit (RDQA) process that was piloted in four health zones in Haut-Katanga. An overview of the pilot, preliminary results, and next steps are summarized in this brief.
    Published: March 2024
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    Brief
  3. Microarray patch technology has the potential to foster untold gains in access, efficacy, and adherence for vaccines and essential medicines. PATH is working to accelerate the development of this innovative delivery technology platform to address critical public health needs. PATH is collaborating with microarray patch (MAP) developers, vaccine and drug manufacturers, and other global stakeholders to evaluate and advance a range of MAPs at varying stages of product development, with the aim of improving access and equity in the delivery of vaccines and essential medicines in resource constrained settings.
    Published: March 2024
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    Fact Sheet
  4. PATH is implementing a district saturation project in Satara, Maharashtra to enhance quality primary health care (PHC) for all. Through a multi-faceted approach including human-centered design, integration and comprehensive PHC benefit package, gender and climate lens, fit-for-purpose digital technology, human resource for health (HRH) and community engagement, the project aims to establish a replicable model for providing comprehensive PHC. It focuses on strengthening the continuum of care, adding locally tailored health services, leveraging digital solutions, ensuring quality accreditation for health facilities, improving retention of HRH and fostering community involvement. Innovative initiatives, such as care for non-communicable disease and snake-bite envenoming packages, underscore its commitment to addressing local health needs effectively.
    Published: March 2024
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    Brief, Report
  5. PATH helps policymakers and advocates in making evidence-based policy and funding decisions to advance health equity. Our work informs policies, mobilizes resources, strengthens advocacy capacity, engages citizens, and holds decision-makers accountable for their commitments.
    Published: March 2024
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    Brief