Planning for Results: Annual Operational Planning aids the fight against malaria in Oyo State. MAPS

Authors: Health Partners International
Document Type: Reports
Publication Date: 2016

MAPS has supported the process of malaria control in Oyo State since 2011, helping Oyo’s State Malaria Control Programme to produce Annual Operational Plans for malaria control for 2013 and 2014. The Annual Operational Planning (AOP) process between 2012 and 2014 helped Oyo State and its partners to use evidence to set out a clear direction for improved malaria control, understand and build on results achieved for malaria control in the first 18 months of implementing the AOP process, and identify challenges to sustain progress towards malaria elimination after the exit of MAPS in 2015. The Annual Operational Plan in 2012 comprised a situation analysis and a framework of objectives, activities and indicators and budgets to meet national and state targets for malaria control. The plan focused on measurable objectives for prevention and diagnosis treatment that can be achieved within the year, such as the proportion of women at antenatal care (ANC) receiving long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLIN).



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Tags: Nigeria, Antenatal care, Monitoring and evaluation, Malaria, MAPS, Health Management Information System, HMIS, M & E, ANC, malaria control, Malaria Action Program for States, annual operational planning, malaria interventions, USAID, AOP, District Health Management Information System,
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