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Jan132011

We Control Malaria

Participatory Learning and Action Planning

We Control Malaria uses a participatory methodology to help community groups learn more about malaria, its prevention, and treatment and to make a community plan to control the disease.

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Contents

Welcome ii
 
Part 1. Introduction to We Control Malaria 1
Purpose of We Control Malaria 2
Overview of the Guide 6
How to Work With Community Groups 9
Important Points on Good Facilitation 14
Some Background Information on Malaria for Facilitators 17
For Further Information 19
 
Part 2. The Activities 20
Activity 1. Our Malaria Problem 21
Activity 2. How Do We Catch Malaria? 23
Activity 3. How Do We Prevent Malaria? 25
Activity 4. Which Preventions Should We Take? 27
Activity 5. Where Do Mosquitoes Breed in Our Community? 29
Activity 6. Who needs bed nets? 31
Activity 7. What Is Good Treatment for Malaria? 33
Activity 8. Planning for Solutions 35
 
Part 3. Guidelines for Program Managers and Trainers 37
Selecting, Training and Supervising Facilitators 38
Some Guidance on Training Others 43
Suggestions for Monitoring and Evaluation 45
Guidelines on Drawing and Toolkits 50
Guidelines for Artists 51
Lists of Sample Drawings for Activities 1 to 8 53

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