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Malaria in pregnancy: the dynamic relationship between policy and program implementation

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Journal Article
(Published 2008)
Roman E (Author),
Rawlins B (Author),
Gomez P (Author),
Dineen R (Author),
Dickerson A (Author),
Brieger W. (Author)
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This paper discusses Malaria in Pregnancy-related policy experiences from five countries ranging from affecting policy change in Burkina Faso to moving from MIP policy adoption through implementation in Kenya, Madagascar, Tanzania and Uganda. It also discuss lessons learned and recommendations for future policy direction for the prevention and control of MIP.

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Roman E, Rawlins B, Gomez P, Dineen R, Dickerson A, Brieger W. Malaria in pregnancy: the dynamic relationship between policy and program implementation. Harvard Health Policy Review. 2008; 9(1): 198–209.