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Malaria Observatory Crucial necessity for Congo-Brazzaville (Central Africa) Doctor Michel ODIKA, copyright 2010  

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Health is the state about which medicine has nothing to say (W.H. AUDEN, poet) The difficulty lies not so much in developing new ideas as in escaping from old ones (John KEYNES, economist)

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Response to Malaria What has been attempted, what is working, what has not worked and why?

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Malaria Observatory: Paradigm Shift

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Malaria Observatory First of all Political will and commitment to address malaria: . On a global scale . As a human development issue as significant as any facing the world

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Malaria Observatory 4 PILLARS… Innovative partnership & network 2) Open & collaborative model 3) Multisectoral response 4) Evidence-based & multidimensional approach

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Malaria Observatory 4 Guiding Principles… Action Framework 2) Coordinating Authority 3) Monitoring & Evaluation System 4) Warning Mechanism

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Malaria Observatory First Guiding Principle One agreed Action Framework . That provides the basis for bringing together all key stakeholders around a shared agenda . That makes different professionals work towards common objectives according to common priorities

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Malaria Observatory Second Guiding Principle One national Coordinating Authority . Entrusted with a broad-based multisectoral mandate . That integrates strategies & activities across areas of expertise

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Malaria Observatory Third Guiding Principle One agreed Monitoring & Evaluation System . That harmonizes and standardizes methods & indicators . That develops training and retraining modules

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Malaria Observatory Fourth Guiding Principle One country-level Warning Mechanism . That anticipates likely future challenges & changes . That enables to identify systemic and operational constraints

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Malaria Observatory Policy Development… Policy-making process focused on carrying out programmes & projects, with special emphasis on: 1) Environmental safety 2) Public health 4) Sustainable & equitable development 4) Social cohesion & progess

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Malaria Observatory Information Management… 1) Collecting, reviewing & analyzing - Basic data - Strategic information 2) Monitoring trends from the perspective of core indicators and progress indicators 4) Identifying & closing gaps in malaria-related information 4) Drawing together information from different sources

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Malaria Observatory Cross-agency work… 1) Intersectoral collaboration 2) Stakeholder negotiation 4) Social participation 4) Evaluation of progress in mitigating the global impact of malaria

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Malaria Observatory Field Model Development Anticipation - Sense of preparedness for what lies ahead - Looking ahead to give early warning of likely future challenges & changes 2) Innovation - Sharing lessons on what works & what doesn’t - Building a critical mass of capacity for environmental safety & sustainability

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Malaria Observatory

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Malaria Observatory Cross-agency work… 1) Intersectoral collaboration 2) Stakeholder negotiation 4) Social participation 4) Evaluation of progress in mitigating the global impact of malaria

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Malaria Observatory Participating Democracy… 1) Advocacy & Advisory 2) Citizen ownership 4) Citizen empowerment 4) Citizen engagement & involvement

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Malaria Observatory In summary… New form of Governance & Leadership dedicated to: 1) Moving from the reactive to the active 2) Improving & institutionalizing the interactions between: - the production and dissemination of intelligence on malaria - the sharing of best practices

Summary: Human Development Project

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