Bridging Gaps, Innovate for Malaria Project

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The Bridging Gaps: Innovate for Malaria (B4M) project which is being funded by Comic Relief seeks to build the capacities of community based organisations (CBOs) and communities on their health rights and responsibilities; increase community knowledge on the national malaria service package, generate evidence of health facilities’ adherence to national guidelines for malaria control and prevention, undertake participatory monitoring of community perspectives and experiences with malaria control and prevention mechanisms and eventually advocate at national and sub-national levels for improved malaria control and prevention services.

The project is being implemented in Bodi, Juaboso, Mpohor and Nzema East districts in the Western Region of Ghana.

Pregnant women and children under 5 years are the primary target beneficiaries of the project and other target groups include older women of reproductive age, young people and male partners of pregnant women.