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application/pdfImpact of school-based malaria intervention on primary schoSchool-based health (SBH) programmes that are contingent on primary school teachers are options to increase access to malaria treatment among learners. However, perceptions that provision of healthcare by teachers may be detrimental to teaching activities can undermine eforts to scale up school-based malaria control. The objective of this study was to assess the impact of school-based malaria diagnosis and treatment using the Learner Treatment Kit (LTK) on teachers’ time.27/10/20221015KB
application/pdfSponsorship Dissemination Conference in PictutrsOn 2nd September 2022, Save the Children hosted a National Dissemination celebrating and sharing impacts culminating from 13years of its implementation. This pictorial shares highlights of the event06/10/20224MB
application/pdfNewspaper Feature Article on SCI Humanitarian Response Like other countries in our region, Malawi has this year endured recurrent flooding which affected nearly a million people – claiming lives while displacing thousands. Children in particular, have been through stressful moments. Our humanitarian team has been among first to deliver life-saving support for children and their families. This is how our protection team helped a 12-year-old boy who had lost a younger brother, a home and property in the wake of the flooding cope with the trauma he has been through. 10/06/20222MB
application/pdfMalawi Country Strategy 2022 - 2024 (2 Pager)An abridged version of the Malawi 2022 - 2024 Country Strategy15/02/20224MB
application/pdfCOVID-19 Vaccine Community Engagement Guide (Chichewa)At a time when much of the communication around COVID-19 vaccination was one-way (mostly through radios), Save the Children, with Support from USAID, through John Hopkins, strengthened two-way communication and community engagement by developing a Community Engagement Guide. Save the Children also supported the effective roll-out of the guide through trainings. Health Care Workers and volunteers across Malawi are using the guide to mobilise vaccine uptake. 07/02/20225MB
application/pdfCOVID-19 Vaccine Community Engagement Guide (English)At a time when much of the communication around COVID-19 vaccination was one-way (mostly through radios), Save the Children, with Support from USAID, through John Hopkins, strengthened two-way communication and community engagement by developing a Community Engagement Guide. Save the Children also supported the effective roll-out of the guide through trainings. Health Care Workers and volunteers across Malawi are using the guide to mobilise vaccine uptake. 07/02/20224MB
application/pdfNational Child Participation Strategy - 2021This strategy has been developed to facilitate smooth implementation of National Child Participation Guidelines by among other things help to mobilize resources for child participation, build capacities of children to participate and the capacities of duty bearers to facilitate meaningful participation on issues that affect children at community, district and national levels. Save the Children supported the development this strategy03/02/20222MB
application/pdfNational Child Participation GuidelinesIn 2020, Malawi launched its first ever national child participation guidelines. SCI influenced and supported the development of the guidelines.03/02/20223MB
application/pdfDoor-to-Door COVID-19 Jabs for the ElderlyWith support from the EU, Save the Children is implementing a number of initiatives aimed at boosting COVID-19 vaccine uptake. Door-to-door jabs for the elderly is one of the initiatives. Take a look at how this is work02/02/20222MB
application/pdfEmergency Health Unit in MalawiAt the pick of the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Save the Children Emergency Health Unit arrived in Malawi and for a period of three months provided support to the Ministry of Health. One of Malawi's leading daily captured their work10/01/2022361KB
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