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Insecticide-Treated Net Access and Use Report

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Through a world map interface, this interactive site provides decision-makers with essential ITN indicators alongside country-specific determinants of use.
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A community health worker walks to see patients in CameroonPMI Impact Malaria

Leveraging Ambassadors to Support COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake and Malaria Prevention: A Technical Brief

This brief explains how Breakthrough ACTION worked closely with influential individuals to act as trusted ambassadors to increase COVID-19 vaccine rates.
Pregnant woman receives a mosquito net at her prenatal visitPresident's Malaria Initiative/Flickr

Audience Segmentation for Malaria Online Course

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This free online course teaches how to encourage antimalarial acceptance and uptake by employing audience segmentation based on attitudes and behaviors of intended populations.
Four women with babies sit waiting to receive bed netsPMI

Antenatal Care Client Segmentation Toolkit

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This toolkit helps malaria practitioners and implementing partners plan and integrate segmentation-based profiles into their existing work.
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Segmenting Malaria Health Providers: A Technical Brief

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This technical brief explains how SBC practitioners can identify provider audience segments to improve the malaria case management journey.
Nigerian women gather to discuss empowerment opportunities in their communityAmina Bala,/Breakthrough ACTION-Nigeria

Breakthrough ACTION Nigeria Success Stories

This page documents the successes of Breakthrough ACTION’s work to improve health outcomes in Nigeria through social and behavior change.
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Anopheles stephensi cover graphicBreakthrough ACTION

Social and Behavior Change Guidance for Anopheles stephensi in Africa

This brief provides guidance on individual-, household-, and community-level malaria behaviors to support An. stephensi mitigation and control in Africa.