The LINK Programme is seeking in-country partners working to strengthen use of data for malaria decision-making
The LINK Programme is working to support Ministries of Health in sub-Saharan Africa to improve malaria control. The programme supports the local adoption of global recommendations and their adaptation to the local epidemiology and health system. Our major outputs are malaria epidemiological profiles and geo-spatially modelled malaria risk maps.
We are currently working with 12 countries and seek to engage National Malaria Control Programmes and partners in the following countries: Cameroon, Chad, Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Liberia, Madagascar, Ghana and Nigeria.
If any Malaria Centre members working in these countries or others are interested in discussing
a) using malaria data for decision making
b) improving routine data and
c) needs-driven operational research
Please contact our Project Coordinator:Ngozi [dot] Erondu [at] lshtm [dot] ac [dot] uk ( )Ngozi [dot] Erondu [at] lshtm [dot] ac [dot] uk ( )Ngozi [dot] Erondu [at] lshtm [dot] ac [dot] uk
Also, we are launching LINK website at the end of October 2016—please look out for the URL in the next newsletter!