Twubakane DHP Child Survival, Malaria and Nutrition Program, Rwanda and Malaria Operational Plan

Tulane University’s overall responsibilities were focused  on working to improve access to and strengthen the quality of malaria, nutrition and child health interventions provided by the decentralized health system and, specifically, to assist the GOR and its partners to expand the range of child survival, nutrition, and malaria services available, both facility-based and community-based, as well as to increase and ensure the quality of those services in the USAID target health districts.

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Agricultural Information System: Weather Surfaces

This project will deliver timely, agriculturally interpreted weather data to institutions and individuals working with agricultural production systems in Eastern and Southern Africa, including NARS, CGIAR centers, seed companies and universities.

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Health Systems 20/20 - Rwanda President’s Malaria Initiative Malaria Operational Plan

President's Malaria Initiative began implementation in Rwanda in December 2006. In support of Rwanda's national malaria control program the Malaria Operational Plan backs four key intervention strategies to prevent and treat malaria:

1. Indoor residual spraying (IRS)

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Support to the National University of Rwanda (NUR) School of Public Health

Tulane’s Payson Center is strengthening public health leadership and district health management capacity in Rwanda, especially focusing on the critical problems of HIV, malaria, child survival, and FP/RH through a collaborative partnership with the National University of Rwanda School of Public Health.

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