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Introduction

The M&E framework outlines the inputs, activities, outputs, outcomes and impacts of a project, thus giving us the guidelines throughout the
project life cycle.
Project Background and baseline Survey
Binga is a vast, remote, inaccessible district in Northern Zimbabwe and has also proven to be a malaria hotspot. More malaria cases from Binga
are largely due to intermittent rains experienced in the district. Mosquitoes breed and mature faster in such weather conditions. After carrying
out a baseline survey it was discovered that Clinics and Hospitals in Binga recorded 90% of Matabeleland Souths Malaria cases during the 2013
rainy season. This translates to 4500 recorded cases of Malaria which resulted in 14 fatalities.
FIG 1: Zimbabwe Distribution of Endemic Malaria

This map is a product of the MARA/ARMA collaboration (http://www.mara.org.za

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In mid-2011, Zimbabwes selection as a PMI country was announced. Malaria is a major health problem in Zimbabwe, although its
epidemiology varies in the different regions of the country, ranging from year round transmission in the lowland areas to epidemic-prone areas in
the highlands. Zimbabwes National Strategic Plan does not call for the implementation of all interventions in all malarious districts, hence the
targeted number of districts varies by intervention, as detailed above and below.

Fig 2 2013 Malaria stratification

This map is a product of the MARA/ARMA collaboration (http://www.mara.org.za

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Aim
Reduce malaria prevalence rate by 50% in Binga through capacity building, awareness campaigns and preventive measures by June 2015

Objectives
1) To conduct daily malaria awareness campaigns through community radio station throughout the life of the project (June 2014-June15)
2) To conduct preventive measures by
fumigation of 1000 households and all identified mosquito breeding areas by June 2015
Distribution of 5000 treated mosquito nets by June 2015
Distribution of mosquito repellent creams and preventive medicines to 1000 households by June 2015
3) To provide training to 50 volunteers and 10 local nurses who will join and participate in the project at the beginning of the project June
2014

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M AND FRAME WORK

INPUTS ACTIVITIES DURATION OUTPUT INDICATORS OUTCOMES IMPACT


INDICATORS Training 2 Weeks (at the beginning 1. Malaria aware in 1. Reduction of
50 volunteers 50 trained volunteers of project) Trained volunteers 50 trained volunteers Bunga district Malaria in
10 nurses 10 trained nurses Trained nurses 10 trained nurses 2. Reduction of Binga
mosquito nets 4000 mosquito nets Radio Station Campaign June 2014- Mosquito nets 4000 mosquito nets malaria prevalence 2. Malaria
Proguanil 1000 drugs June 2015 Drugs: awareness
Chroloquine 1000 drugs Awareness Drama Monthly (June 1.Proguanil 1000 drugs increase
Mosquito Repelant 1000*300gram 2014-June 2015 2. Chroloquine 1000 drugs 3. Decrease in
sachet Distribution of mosquito nets 3. Mosquito Repelant 1000*300gram sachet mosquito
Methoprene 2000 litres June-Sept 2014 Methoprene 2000 litres breeding
Radio Units 1000 radio Radio Units 1000 Radio units grounds
receivers

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LOG FRAME
Narrative Summary Objectively verifiable indicators Means of verification Assumptions
GOAL: Monitoring and Funding permitting
Reduce malaria 80% decrease of people evaluation reports Cooperation from
prevalence rate by 50% in suffering from malaria Clinic register beneficiaries and
Binga through capacity Patients feedback communities
building, awareness Clinics have correct
campaigns and preventive records
measures by June 2015 Conducive political
environment
OBJECTIVES/PURPOSES 365 successful radio Feedback from Funding permitting
1. To conduct daily campaigns community
malaria awareness
campaigns through
community radio
station throughout the
life of the project
(June 2014-June15)

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2. To conduct preventive 1000 homes fumigated Project records Cooperation from
measures by community
fumigation of
1000 households 100% mosquito breeding Distribution records Availability of manpower
and all identified areas fumigated and cooperation
mosquito breeding 5000 mosquito nets Distribution records
areas by June Availability of manpower
distributed
2015 and cooperation

Availability of manpower
Distribution of 1000 households receive
Receipts records
5000 treated and cooperation
Mosquito repellents
mosquito nets by
June 2015
Distribution of
mosquito repellent
creams and 50 volunteers and 10 nurses
Training registers
preventive Availability of trainers
trained
medicines to 1000 Cooperation of trainees

households by Funding permitting

June 2015
3. To provide training to
50 volunteers and 10

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local nurses who will
join and participate in
the project at the
beginning of the
project June 2014

OUTPUTS/RESULTS
50 trained volunteers 50 skilled volunteers Training register Availability of trainers

10 trained nurses 10 skilled nurses Training register Correct records

4000 mosquito nets


4000 mosquito nets
distributed
distributed Distribution records
Correct records

Proguanil 1000 drugs Clinic records


Drugs: Correct records
distributed
Proguanil 1000 drugs
Chroloquine 1000 drugs Clinic records
Correct records
distributed
Chloroquine 1000 drugs

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Mosquito Mosquito
Repelant1000*300gram Repelant1000*300gram Distribution records Correct records
sachet sachet distributed
1000 Household and
1000 radio receivers
100% breeding areas Distribution records Correct records
distributed
fumigated
1000 radio receivers
distributed

INPUTS
50 volunteers 50 volunteers recruited HR records Correct records available

10 nurses 10 nurses recruited HR records Correct records available

4000 mosquito nets 4000 mosquito nets


procured Stores records Funding available and
correct records

Proguanil 1000 drugs


Proguanil 1000 drugs Stores records
procured

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Chroloquine 1000 drugs Chroloquine 1000 drugs Funding available and
procued Stores records correct records
Mosquito Repelant Funding available and
1000*300gram sachet Mosquito Repelant correct records
1000*300gram sachet Stores records

Methoprene 2000 litres procured Funding available and


Methoprene 2000 litres correct records
procured Stores records
Radio Units 1000 radio
1000 radio receivers Funding available and
receivers
procured Stores records
correct records
Funding available and
correct records

CONCLUSION.
Throug donor funding, Global Fund, UNICEF, the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DfID), and the European
Commission. USAID will be able to control Malaria epidemic in Binga and many will be saved.

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