Surveillance is “the continuous and systematic collection, analysis and interpretation of disease-specific data, and the use of that data in the planning, implementation and evaluation of public health
Pillar 3 of the Global technical strategy for malaria 2016–2030 (GTS) (2) is transformation of malaria surveillance into a core intervention in all malaria-endemic countries and in those countries that have eliminated malaria but remain susceptible to re-establishment of transmission.
Surveillance is therefore the basis of operational activities in settings of any
level of transmission. For more
View Malaria Surveillance Monitoring And Evaluation-Reference Manual By WHO Here :
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