This report summarizes the results from a qualitative exploration of malaria prevention and treatment behaviors of facility-based health workers providing malaria-related services and the experiences of patients in receiving health services for fever and maternal or newborn services in Bo and Port Loko districts of Sierra Leone. This research was implemented as part of Breakthrough ACTION program activities in Sierra Leone to better understand the socio-behavioral determinants of individual and community level malaria prevention and treatment behaviors.
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