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Community participation in Malaria control

Sharma, V. P.

Community participation in Malaria control

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Published by Malaria Research Centre, Indian Council of Medical Control in New Delhi .
Written in English


About the Edition

Contributed articles.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by V.P. Sharma
ContributionsMalaria Research Centre (India)
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 295 p. :
Number of Pages295
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24454182M
ISBN 108190012169
LC Control Number2010319607
OCLC/WorldCa40484210

In China, the malaria elimination program was launched in with the objective to eliminate this disease by Large-scale malaria control and elimination actions have been conducted with significant success since inception of the nationwide program. The incidence of locally acquired malaria has declined sharply along with the concomitant decrease of malaria-endemic areas from Cited by: 2. By , only 2, cases were reported. By , malaria was considered eliminated altogether from the country and the CDC gradually withdrew from active participation in the operational phases of the program, shifting its interest to surveillance. In , CDC participation .   Sustainability of IVM for malaria control at a community level was found to be dependent on active participation by community-based groups and their collaboration with NGOs, international and national research institutes, and various government ministries.


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Community participation in malaria epidemic control in highland areas of southern Oromia, Ethiopia. Community participation as one of the strategies for malaria control promotes self-awareness and confidence, causes the people to examine the problems and to think positively Community participation in Malaria control book the solutions.

From the above analysis, it is fair to say that the community participation in the malaria control policy-making process may be described aptly as a tool for the attainment of the needed goal of the health authorities through the use of the community's own resources (a means).Cited by: 1.

An intensive and extensive review of related Community participation in Malaria control book was done on the impact of community participation on cooperation in malaria prevention and control.

To strengthen and update this systems, a Community-Based Malaria Control Programme was initiated in The primary objectives of the Programme are to reduce malaria morbidity and mortality and to prevent malaria in pregnant women through early diagnosis and treatment of cases, chemoprophylaxis during pregnancy, and vector control by environmental by: Malaria is a major health burden in developing Community participation in Malaria control book and needs multiple strategies for its control.

Community participation as one of the strategies for malaria control promotes self-awareness and confidence, causes the people to examine the problems and to think positively about the by: 6. Health education for community-based malaria control accessibility to health Community participation in Malaria control book.

In Nicaragua, malaria is endemic throughout the country. However, most cases and the highest annual parasitic index have been reported from the Chinandega District on the Cited by: National Malaria Control Programs (NMCPs) and community members have strengthened local ownership by facilitating community-driven processes for volunteer selection and supervision.

Trained volunteers have helped increase community Community participation in Malaria control book for nets and fostered trust. A Community-Based Malaria Control Programme was designed, building on the strengths of grassroots participation and community-based health care developed during the civil by: Iran is also in the elimination stage of malaria program and due to scale- up of malaria control has already made substantial progress towards elimination of malaria (11–13).

However, there is little scientific evidence on how to achieve community participation to eliminate malaria. Therefore, more research on this subject is urgently by: 1.

Incentives of community participation The following are some of the main reasons why people are usually willing to participate in humanitarian programmes:.

Community participation motivates people to work together – people feel a sense of community and recognise the benefits of File Size: KB.

Early diagnosis and prompt case management is an important component of the malaria elimination strategy in Tafea Province, Vanuatu. However, its success requires interactions between the community and its leaders, malaria workers and health by: Community Involvement in Malaria Control and Prevention Malaria prevention must go hand in hand with community participation.

Unless individuals in communities see the merits of preventing the illness, even the best-designed prevention strategies might not be used. There is a statistically significant association between community participation in health talk and community participation in malaria Community participation in Malaria control book measures (p=) as shown inTable 5 shows.

Community Participation Definition The focus of this chapter is to provide an explanation for the term “community participation,” a concept central to this research report.

The definitions presented by various theorists have been presented in an effort to give a comprehensive overview of the Size: 1MB. Mawi, A. () Community participation in malaria control. A lasting solution to the spread of malaria in this millennium, 19th Annual Scientific Conference of Author: Rebecca Marsland.

interventions have emphasized community participation as a vital tool for effective malaria control. and prevention, the issue on ground is that community members were not involved in the planning, supervision, monitoring, training and distribution of ITNs. There are 40% (3 billion) of the world's population at risk of suffering from malaria with the addition of some million cases and to million people died from suffering from malaria.

In Indonesia to date, infectious disease. The recent recognition of the importance of community participation in malaria control had informed the implementation of Intermittent Preventive Treatment of Childhood Malaria (IPTc).

The intervention was implemented in the Shime sub-district of the Keta District in Ghana and this paper reports the evaluation of the community involvement aspect of the by: 2. Therefore, community participation is important for the success of malaria control, and effective malaria elimination programs require substantial interaction between the community and its leaders, malaria workers and health workers to ensure successful early diagnosis and prompt treatmAuthor: Chan Nyein Maung, Than Tun Sein, Thaung Hlaing, Kamolnetr Okanurak, Tassanee Silawan, Jaranit Kaewku.

Community engagement and participation has played a critical role in successful disease control and elimination campaigns in many countries.

Despite this, its benefits for malaria control and elimination are yet to be fully by: Appropriate indices were used to capture the extent of malaria control in the respective countries.

Comparisons were then made between the Cp values and the results obtained for malaria control in order to arrive at a judgement of the significance of community participation to the Cited by: The World Health Organization estimates that two billion people are at risk for malaria infection.

Each year, malaria causes more than million clinical cases and over two million deaths. Inchildren under the age of five accounted forof those deaths. A malaria control effort in Nicaragua involving the mass, short-term distribution of anti-malaria medicines to a target population of all citizens above one year of age is detailed.

About 70% of the population recieved anti-malarials in November, and 8 million packets of chloroquine and primaquine were distributed by 70, health campaign Cited by: community participation Definitions This chapter presents two aspects of disaster management that are essential to all the technical and management aspects presented in previous chapters: community partici-pation and health promotion.

In this book, the following definitions are used: Community participation. A community-based environmental management program for malaria control was started in within two Ugandan cities (Kampala and Jinja). A detailed assessment of vector breeding sites was undertaken at two sites in Kampala (Kitebi & Kikulu) and two in Jinja (Police Barracks & Loco Estate).

Promoting community malaria control in rural Myanmar through an active community participation program using the participatory learning approach. Maung CN(1), Sein TT(2), Hlaing T(3), Okanurak K(4), Silawan T(5), Kaewkungwal J(6). Health education is an important component in disease control programme.

Kalajatha is a popular, traditional art form of folk theatre depicting various life processes of a local socio-cultural setting. It is an effective medium of mass communication in the Indian sub-continent especially in rural areas.

Using this medium, an operational feasibility health education programme was carried out Cited by: Ghebreyesus TA et al. Incidence of malaria among children living near dams in northern Ethiopia: community based incidence survey. British Medical Journal.

Ghebreyesus TA et al. Community Participation in Malaria Control in Tigray Region Ethiopia. Acta Tropica. VII. MISCELLANEOUS. Abstract The study focuses on integrated malaria control in 23 communities on the Pacific Coast of Colombia, with several elements of an ecosystem approach to human health, including malaria-related sociopolitical, ecological, and economic factors.

The program fostered community participation. Despite the significant reduction of malaria transmission in Rwanda, Ruhuha sector is still a highly endemic area for malaria.

The objective of this activity was to explore and brainstorm the potential roles of various community stakeholders in malaria elimination. Horizontal participatory approaches such as ‘open space’ have been deployed to explore local priorities, stimulate community.

This paper grew out of a meeting organized in September in London on ‘Re-imagining malaria’. The focus of that meeting was on malaria today; only afterwards did the idea emerge that re-imagining the past might serve as a useful way for guiding present re-thinking.

Sub-Saharan Africa is the logical place for such a re-examination for, as argued in this paper, the approaches that Cited by: 1. Malaria control in india 1. Control of Malaria in India Kumar M.D.(Community Medicine) 2.

• Introduction • Burden of Malaria at. Nicaragua's malaria control system was destroyed during the war. In rebuilding the public health infrastructure, an unusual approach to malaria control was initiated. This report reviews aspects of health education and community participation in a mass drug administration (MDA) campaign in Cited by:   Making community participation a routine and integrated component of control programs would affect not only malaria but also help bring down populations of other mosquitoes that transmit diseases.

The World Bank participation sourcebook (English) Abstract. This sourcebook is not for cover to cover reading. It has been formatted so that a busy person can pull it off the shelf, consult the Table of Contents, and quickly turn to the section they need.

Participation of African social scientists in malaria control: identifying enabling and constraining factors: Malaria Journal: 3: Nieto, T., Mendez, F., Carrasquilla, G.

Knowledge, beliefs and practices relevant for malaria control in an endemic urban area of the Colombian Pacific. CDC’s mission to combat malaria began at its inception on July 1, The Communicable Disease Center, as CDC was first known, stemmed from MCWA.

Thus, much of the early work done by CDC was concentrated on the control and elimination of malaria in the United States. With the successful reduction of malaria in the United States, the CDC. How Sri Lanka won the malaria war Kalinga Tudor Silva.

a multi-pronged approach inclusive of increased community participation in malaria control activities, livelihood development and. Malaria transmission control and eventual elimination is one of the greatest worldwide challenges in public health.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has established a well-delineated and ambitious plan for control and elimination of the disease by [], with a mid-term global target of reduction of at least 40% in malaria case incidence and malaria mortality by: 4.

pdf The new malaria elimination policy does include some promising measures, like a greater emphasis on community participation in fighting malaria and, crucially, inviting non-profits to.

China's success in malaria control lies in an integrated program that emphasizes community participation, intersectional cooperation and collaboration in the administrative structure and multi-tier primary health care network. It takes repeated practices of an integrated system of multi-dimensional measures to fight malaria.

From the above analysis, ebook is fair to say that the community participation in the malaria control policy-making process may be described aptly as a tool for the attainment of the needed goal of the health authorities through the use of the community's own resources (a means).Cited by: 1.