Last Updated

30 May 2022

PMI Insights: Programme evaluation of PMI-supported Supportive Supervision for malaria case management


This study will seek to evaluate how, why, where and for whom certain models of Supportive Supervision (SS) work to improve health worker performance and the management of children with suspected uncomplicated malaria in health centres (HCs).

Specifically, this study’s objectives are to:

  1. Define which model and specific components of SS work in what context and why
  2. Assess how context influences the effectiveness of SS and identify the mechanisms through which it does so

Develop and validate a framework that can be used as a tool to characterize and evaluate SS in diverse contexts

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2021 Aug - 2023 Mar

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