Prospects, achievements, challenges and opportunities for scaling-up malaria chemoprevention in pregnancy in Tanzania: the perspective of national level officers

@article{Mubyazi2007ProspectsAC,
  title={Prospects, achievements, challenges and opportunities for scaling-up malaria chemoprevention in pregnancy in Tanzania: the perspective of national level officers},
  author={Godfrey Martin Mubyazi and Ib Christian Bygbjerg and Pascal Magnussen and {\O}ystein Evjen Olsen and Jens Byskov and Kristian Schultz Hansen and Paul Bloch},
  journal={Malaria Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={7},
  pages={135 - 135}
}
ObjectivesTo describe the prospects, achievements, challenges and opportunities for implementing intermittent preventive treatment for malaria in pregnancy (IPTp) in Tanzania in light of national antenatal care (ANC) guidelines and ability of service providers to comply with them.MethodsIn-depth interviews were made with national level malaria control officers in 2006 and 2007. Data was analysed manually using a qualitative content analysis approach.ResultsIPTp has been under implementation… CONTINUE READING

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