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Mali is home to 17 million people, about half of whom are children under the age of 15. With low GDP growth and limited investments in health, nutrition, education, water and protection, children in Mali continue to face significant threats to their wellbeing. Almost no decline has been observed in neonatal mortality and maternal mortality in recent years. Maternal and childhood mortality remains high in Mali with an under 5-mortality rate of 115 per 1,000 live births and a maternal mortality rate of 550 per 100,000 live births in 2015.

ICCM: Improving Data to Improve Programs

Research Overview

In April 2011, an award was made to Johns Hopkins University to conduct embedded operations research in Malawi, Ethiopia, Mali, and Mozambique to improve iCCM monitoring systems and data availability and quality, using the iCCM Benchmarks indicators as the framework.  The “Implementation Research Embedded in Integrated Community Case Managem

Policy Analysis of iCCM

Research Overview

Integrated Community Case Management (iCCM) of the leading causes of child death (pneumonia, diarrhea and malaria) is emerging as a policy and programmatic priority for many sub-Saharan countries. While there is a significant body of scientific evidence that supports iCCM, this may not necessarily be translated into supportive policies or programmatic designs that allow for the effective scaling up of iCCM in many countries.


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