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Table 1 List of interventions for increased access to ACTs in Uganda

From: Trends in access to anti‐malarial treatment in the formal private sector in Uganda: an assessment of availability and affordability of first‐line anti‐malarials and diagnostics between 2007 and 2018

Years Intervention
2005 National policy on malaria treatment recommends ACTs as first line treatment for malaria case management following emergence of parasite resistance to the medicines such as chloroquine and sulfadoxine/pyrimethamine [23]
2010 WHO introduces Test and Treat policy for malaria. With universal access to parasitological diagnosis of malaria possible using rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs), WHO recommended that all cases of suspected malaria should have a test to confirm diagnosis [24]
2011 GF introduces AMFm programme in Uganda:
 80% subsidy for anti-malarials
 Monitoring of anti-malarial availability and prices
2015 GF introduces CPM programme in Uganda:
 70% subsidy for anti-malarials
 Monitoring of anti-malarial availability and prices
 Training of health workers
 Behaviour change communication programme for community