Assessment of knowledge, attitude and practice of community about malaria prevention and control interventions in ccrda/CORE group malaria project intervention areas in Ethiopia
Learning Areas:Assessment of individual and community needs for health education
Identify the knowledge, attitude and practices of local communities on malaria and its prevention and control activities in six regions and one city administration of CCRDA/CORE Group malaria partners’ project woredas in Ethiopia.
Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: I am Tropical and Infectious Diseases Specialist with an extensive experience in public health, Disease surveillance, Expanded Program on Immunization, Project developments, management, Monitoring and Evaluation. I have a wide array of experience in the field of Emergency program management, coordination. I have also a wide array of experience in Working as a public health expert, designing project evaluations from which I was responsible to conduct this study in Ethiopia.
Any relevant financial relationships? No
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