Blog Post Discusses Challenges Of Malaria Control Program Evaluation

Writing in the Center for Global Development’s “Global Health Policy” blog, Amanda Glassman, director of global health policy and a senior fellow at CGD, Kate McQueston, a program coordinator to the global health policy team, and Miriam Temin, coordinating editor for the new edition of “Millions Saved,” “a book of case studies that document global health successes at scale,” discuss the book. The authors note “it’s been challenging to find a malaria case that meets our selection criteria to the same standard as case candidates that address other diseases and health system issues.” They examine the challenges of evaluating malaria control programs and their ability to scale-up (4/30).

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