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Strengthening data use for action against malaria in Ghana

We worked in Ghana to strengthen routine malaria surveillance systems by improving malaria data quality through capacity building in data validation and verification; facilitating data quality review meetings; data quality audits; and micro-teaching and coaching during supportive supervision. We assessed and established interoperability between malaria data systems (SiCapp) and the District Health Information Management System 2 (DHIMS2). We also built capacity in data analysis, interpretation, visualization, and use, and are currently operating in eight out of 16 regions in Ghana.

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