Kenya Malaria Communication Strategy 2016-2021
The Kenya Malaria Communication Strategy 2016 – 2021 is a product of the review of the Malaria Communication Strategy 2010-2014. This strategy is aligned to the Kenya Malaria Strategy (2009 -2018), the Global Technical Strategy for Malaria (2016 -2030), the Roll Back Malaria Partnership’s Action and Investment plan to defeat Malaria (2016- 2030), The Strategic Framework for Malaria Communication at the Country Level 2012- 2017 and the Roll Back Malaria Partnership’s BCC Indicators reference guide.
This document spells out the operational framework for advocacy, communication and social mobilization (ACSM) interventions in Kenya and has taken into account the achievements and gaps in the implementation of the MCS 2010-2014 and the changes of governance in the health sector. This strategy has maintained the vision, mission and goal of the KMS 2009 2018 by moving forward the spirit of objective 5 that is linked to malaria ACSM of increasing utilization of malaria control interventions by communities in Kenya to at least 80 percent by 2021. The revised strategy includes new stakeholders, articulates their roles and responsibilities and coordination mechanism.
Last modified: March 25, 2019