CAF-810-G08-M - Central African Republic

Scaling up of the "Roll Back Malaria" project in Central African Republic

Malaria is endemic in the Central African Republic (CAR) all year round and represents the highest cause of death and morbidity. According to the 2011 estimates of the Ministry of Health, malaria accounts for 40 percent of all consultations and hospitalizations, with a prevalence of 31.8 percent in children under five years of age. The Round 8 proposal supports the national Strategic Plan for 2007 to 2011, aiming to scale up anti-malaria efforts for all affected populations. Activities include: acquisition and distribution of insecticide-treated nets acquisition and use of Rapid Diagnostic Tests (RDTs) for all presumptive malaria cases; procurement and distribution of anti-malarial drugs; training for health care staff; and strengthening the National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) institutional, technical and managerial capacities.


Principal Recipient

Principal Recipient

Comité National de Lutte contre le VIH/SIDA, CAF

Government: Other

Disbursement

Most Recent Disbursement

06 Mar 2014

US$ 45,047

Grant Duration

Grant Period

From: 01 Jun 2011

To: 28 Feb 2014


Component

Component

Malaria

Implementation Period

Implementation Period

Phase 1 - PR Change

PR Change

B2

Most Recent Performance Rating

Inadequate but potential demonstrated


Signed to Date

Total Signed To Date

US$ 5,834,630

Commmited to Date

Total Committed Amount

US$ 5,562,286

Disbursed to Date

Total Amount Disbursed to Date

US$ 5,561,278

Prevention

Behavioral Change Communication - Community Outreach

Insecticide-treated nets (ITNs)

Malaria in pregnancy

Treatment

Diagnosis

Home-based management of malaria

Prompt, effective antimalarial treatment

HSS

Service delivery

Information System

Grant Financial Performance



Grant Performance



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B2 - Inadequate but potential demonstrated
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C - Unacceptable

Performance Indicators

Indicator Target Actual
Date Period Value Date Period Value
Number and Percentage of pregnant women who received two or more doses of intermittent preventive treatment for malaria 01 Sep 2013 10 N: 32,761
D: 72,804
P: 45 %
01 Jun 2013 9 N: 0
D: 0
P: 0 %
Number and percentage of health facilities with no reported stock-outs of ACT lasting more than one week at any time during the past three months 01 Sep 2013 10 N: 249
D: 332
P: 75 %
01 Jun 2013 9 N: 0
D: 0
P: 0 %
Number of severe malaria cases correctly treated according to national guidelines at health facilities 01 Sep 2013 10 11,135 01 Jun 2013 9 0
Number of uncomplicated malaria cases correctly treated according to national guidelines in health facilities 01 Sep 2013 10 222,706 01 Jun 2013 9 175,613
Number of health workers trained 01 Sep 2013 10 105 01 Jul 2012 5 135
Number of RDT done and read 01 Sep 2013 10 89,082 01 Jun 2013 9 57,291
Number of insecticide-treated nets distributed 01 Sep 2013 10 452,554 -

Fund Portfolio Manager


All amounts are in USD or the USD-equivalent for grants signed in EUR

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