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National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP)

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Huduma za afya kwa kuzingatia uhitaji, jinsia na haki kwa wote; Ziro malaria inaanza na mimi!


Towards Elimination of Malaria in Tanzania (TEMT) Project is based on the NETCELL project, implemented since 2002 by the Swiss TPH, with funding support by the Switzerland Government. The overall purpose of the TEMT project is to support technically the Tanzanian malaria control and elimination effort. The TEMT project is a four years project (May 2020 - April 2024), with the possibility to extend it and is currently in year three of implementation.

The TEMT’s project aims to contribute decisively on malaria elimination in Tanzania through engagement in national, sub-national, inter-sectoral and regional malaria elimination efforts. TEMT aims to provide technical assistance to the mainland National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) in their drive to eliminate malaria. The Project’s key focus areas are Vector Control, Case Management, Monitoring & Evaluation, Multi-Sectoral Engagement and Cross border initiatives.


 DHIBITI MALARIA is five-year USAID supported project through US Presidents Malaria Initiative (PMI). The project is implemented by Population Services International (PSI) with its partners Ifakara Health Institute (IHI) and Tanzania Communication and Development Center (TCDC). DHIBITI MALARIA is implemented in 25 councils in Tanzania mainland (all councils in Lindi, Mtwara and Ruvuma regions and two councils, Mafia DC and Kibiti DC in Pwani region).

The project works to improve malaria case management and Malaria in Pregnancy services, improve ability of individuals to practice positive health behaviors, enhance enabling environment and improve entomological monitoring.

 Tanzania, with assistance from the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) will use DHIBITI MALARIA Project approach to increase access to quality malaria prevention, diagnosis, and treatment services in high burden regions on the Mainland and regions. The approach will build on the success of recent USAID and PMI investments, including PMI Impact Malaria (IM), Okoa Maisha Dhibiti Malaria (OMDM), and Boresha Afya.

DHIBITI MALARIA will strengthen the capacity of the NMCP to implement evidence-based activities to improve the quality of malaria case management and malaria in pregnancy (MIP) services through quality improvement activities, surveillance, entomological monitoring.

The Activity will specifically contribute to the mission of the NMCP articulated in the Tanzania NMSP (2021-2025) to provide all Tanzanians with equitable access to sustainable, quality, effective, safe, and affordable malaria preventive and curative services through efficient collaborative partnership and community ownership.


Through the TMCM, technical, financial, and logistical assistance is provided to the Government of Tanzania to

The target population for this activity includes residents living in high malaria endemic regions of Lindi, Mtwara, Ruvuma and Pwani (Kibiti and Mafia councils) for Mainland Tanzania and the entire population of Zanzibar.