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Table 2 Summary results of the Global Fund intervention in Timor-Leste

From: Did the first Global Fund grant (2003–2006) contribute to malaria control and health system strengthening in Timor-Leste?

Sub-Recipient Intervention areas Results
MoH Improved EDPT Conducting small scale of training and pilot testing of RDT test, and microscope training
  Health System strengthening Establishing a malaria unit and recruiting national malaria staff, international experts, establishing IDSS, producing of an epidemiology bulletin. Training more than 268 health staff on a malaria treatment protocols and 472 on surveillance. Producing a manual for IDSS
  Behavioural communication change (BCC) programme Producing leaflets, posters and brochures
HNI Care, Prevention and Control Establishing the ITN distribution system via integration with antenatal care services throughout the country and distribution of 68,228 ITN to pregnant women and training 686 health staff on ITN, and research.
WVI BCC programme Programme reached 52,779 people, village health clean up, one off ITN distribution to people in one of the sub-district understudy.
CCF BCC Programme Establishing 47 local health committees, training of 141 traditional healers, 50 health volunteers trained and more than 7,000 attended health education programme
Timor Aid BCC Programme Collaborating with MoH and DHS and CHCs, 805 health volunteers trained and 36,419 people attended health education programme
Resatil Small Grant Scheme Collaboration with the Ministry of Education and training 3,292 student and 127 teachers
Unpaz* KAP Study Conducting KAP in 4 districts (Baucau, Dili, Lautem, and Manufahi)
Laboratory Cito* Small Grant Scheme Training on microscopic examination in 5 CHCs in Lautem district
Vinset and HHU* Small Grant Scheme Implementing School Health Programmein 47 primary schools in Dili and Manatuto districts and reached 5,388 students and 356 teachers
  1. * = Sub Recipients not included in the sample.