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Malaria

Malaria

Intensified Case detection at Upper River valley in Dolakha and Sindhuli-  (July 2020- January 2021)

Malaria is one of the public health problems in Nepal. Nepal has adopted a long-term malaria elimination strategy with an ambitious vision of malaria free Nepal by 2025. Trishuli plus implemented intensified case detection to interrupt local transmission to ensure zero indigenous cases of malaria by regular Active Case Detection in the community in all the risk areas of Dolakha (Tamakoshi rural municipality) and Sindhuli (Kamalamai rural municipality)

Within the program, Trishuli Plus worked in Tamakoshi Rural Municipality of Dolakha and Kamalamai Municipality of Sindhuli and staff performed their work under health coordinator of respective Municipalities. Trishuli Plus mainly worked to raise awareness of malaria along with its RDT. The major objectives of the project were: 

  • Regular Active Case Detection in risk communities.
  • Conduction of health awareness and promotional activities
  • Early case detection and enrollment in the health facilities for treatment