Until 2015 – Continuous LLIN Distribution Systems

Until 2015 – Continuous LLIN Distribution Systems

Leader
Mr Kojo Lokko, Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs, USA

Working Group Secretariat
Dr Konstantina Boutsika, Swiss TPH

Complementing the Alliance for Malaria Prevention work on mass distribution, this had been a very active group identifying and developing “best practices” and guidance for sustaining universal LLIN coverage through the integration of an array of public and private sector strategies.

Further Information

School-Based Distribution of Long-Lasting Insecticidal Nets: A Short Guide Based on Recent Country Experience. Kate Kolaczinski, RBM, 2016.

Distribution in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Collation of Global Funding Commitments for 2011–16

Continuous Long-lasting Insecticidal Net Distributions: A Guide to Concepts and Planning

Country-to-Country Guide for LLIN Keep-up

Continuous LLIN Distribution Lessons in Brief No. 12 Community-based Distribution in Nigeria

Continuous LLIN Distribution Lessons in Brief No. 11 Ghana’s mixed model scores coverage points

Continuous LLIN Distribution Lessons in Brief No. 10 Senegal’s Push and Pull Combination Strategy

Continuous LLIN Distribution Lessons in Brief No. 9 Piloting School Net Distribution in Mainland Tanzania

Continuous LLIN Distribution Lessons in Brief No. 8 Community-based distribution: “Pulling” it off in South Sudan

Continuous LLIN Distribution Lessons in Brief No. 7 Making Targeted Subsidies Fast and Flexible: The TNVS eVoucher

Continuous LLIN Distribution Lessons in Brief No. 6 School Distribution in Nigeria

Continuous LLIN Distribution Lessons in Brief No. 5 The Tanzanian National Voucher Scheme (TNVS): Keeping up with ‘Keep-up’ – Tanzania

Continuous LLIN Distribution Lessons in Brief No. 4 Logistics, Logistics, Logistics – Malawi

Continuous LLIN Distribution Lessons in Brief No. 3 Accountable Partnership: Singing from the Same Songbook & Knowing the Score – Malawi

Continuous LLIN Distribution Lessons in Brief No. 2 Making it Work: Integrated Supply and Supervision – Kenya

Continuous LLIN Distribution Lessons in Brief No. 1 Making it Work: The Big Picture – Kenya

Consensus Statement on Continuous Distribution Systems for Insecticide Treated Nets: English | French

Photos: Forecasting and Tracking Needs for Routine LLIN Distributions presentation by Valentina Buj, UNICEF, Elena Olivi, PSI, Marcy Erskine, IFRC

Photos: Forecasting and Tracking Needs for Routine LLIN

Distributions presentation by Valentina Buj, UNICEF, Elena Olivi, PSI, Marcy Erskine, IFRC

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