Advocacy, Communication and Social mobilisation Action Plan for Malaria Elimination in Swaziland, 2015-2017
The behavioral objective of this action plan is to encourage all Individuals to observe malaria prevention practices.
The communication objectives are:
1. To empower all stakeholders at all levels with information to prioritize malaria elimination services.
2. To ensure that all people receive comprehensive information package about the signs and symptoms of malaria, where to get diagnosis, treatment and support and what they need to do concerning malaria and the importance of preventive action at individual, household and community levels.
Source: Swaziland Ministry of Health
Date of Publication: March 25, 2019
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