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close this bookGuidelines on the Use of Insecticide - Treated Mosquito Nets for the Prevention and Control of Malaria in Africa (WHO - OMS, 1997, 88 p.)
close this folder10. Annexes
View the documentAnnex 1. Events contributing to end use of ITMNs
View the documentAnnex 2. Examples of estimating required number of mosquito nets: (net targeting focused on special risk groups)
View the documentAnnex 3. Examples of estimating required number of mosquito nets: (targeted for an entire population at risk)
View the documentAnnex 4. Information to guide ITMN implementation
View the documentAnnex 5. Potential sources of information for ITMN programmes
View the documentAnnex 6. Roles/responsibilities of potential partners
View the documentAnnex 7. Framework for collaborative/partnership planning
View the documentAnnex 8. Examples of monitoring process targets and monitoring indicators
View the documentAnnex 9. Examples of operational research priorities

Annex 7. Framework for collaborative/partnership planning

PARTNERS/PARTNER INSTITUTES

Activity/Task

Macrolevel decision makers

Health/malaria control staff

Other government sectors

Academic/research institutes

NGOs

Community groups

Private sector

Other support agencies

Political commitment, Institutional set up and characteristics

Establish policy framework









Establish institutional, collaborative framework









Incorporate MC/ITMNs in health systems reform structures









Define & delegate responsibilities









Establish framework to motivate workforce









Establish procurement systems









Planning

Establish target priorities









Prepare plans of action









Make needs assessments









Information, education and communication

Establish/maintain efficient information management system









Convince policy/decision makers, support agencies









Create motivated workforce









Mobilize community









Promote proper use of ITMNs









Technical information and choices

Assess resources, training and research needs









Provide information on materials (sources, specifications, costs, safety) to providers, implementers









Choose insecticide(s), formulations, dosages









Select treatment method(s)









Select monitoring indicators









Establish treatment processes, undertake (re)treatments









Training

Provide training and guidance









Funding

Mobilize funds









Procurement, local manufacture

Make procurements on time









Purchase/sell nets at cost, subsidized









Promote local sewing of nets









Promote local commercial manufacture of nets









Storage and delivery, marketing

Store nets and material properly









Distribute to stores, user levels/treatment sites









Ensure insecticide (re)treatments on schedule









Financing: subsidies, grants, cost recovery

Sale at cost, or subsidized









Provide free (exceptionally)









Provide seed money, other support to community based net delivery systems









Meet costs of (re)treatments free, subsidized, or full cost









Monitoring, evaluation, quality control

Ensure adherence to policies, standards









Ensure proper mixing, dosages, treatment procedures









Ensure quality assurance, treatment efficacy, efficacy on vectors of pyrethroids used,









Undertake vector resistance monitoring









Ensure adherence to net washing requirements, i.e before (re)treatments, not soon after treatments









Ensure proper use of treated-nets









Monitor operational process, activities, target achievements









Assess impact on disease









Operational research

Identify operational research needs









Carry out problem-solving research









Support operational research









Guidelines to country-specific needs

Develop country-specific handbook based on AFR guidelines