District Health System Strengthening and Quality Improvement for Service Delivery in Malawi under the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)

The purpose of this program is to reduce overall population morbidity and mortality, with an emphasis on HIV, and tuberculosis, mother to child transmission of HIV and maternal and child health.

This reduction in population morbidity and mortality will be realized through increasing the effectiveness,

sustainability, equity and efficiency of district-based planning, budgeting and implementation processes in selected districts in Malawi, and supporting evidence-based prevention, care and treatment interventions at the facility level.

Health systems are dynamic, underpinning the need for districts to develop context specific activities to achieve the desired outcomes, and the need to empower management teams to adapt approaches to effectively scale-up interventions.

This will be supported by capacity building which includes both clinical and health systems mentorship and coaching.

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Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


Estimated Funding: $46,000,000

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