Community Health Workers Trained
Population Served by Community Health Workers
Funding for Small Grants Projects
MPZ has established an Executive Administrator, co-chairs, and an impressive membership. Martha Lungu is the Assistant District Governor for District 9210, past president of the Rotary Club of Ndola and is the executive administrator. The co-chairs are Modestine Kaoma, Rotary Club of Mufulira, and Dr. Mwangala Muyendekwa, Rotary Club of Kalulushi. MPZ member and Mufulira Rotarian, Dr. Charles Chiponda, represents Zambia on the National Malaria Elimination Commission.
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Eric Liswaniso, Program Manager, Malaria Partners Zambia, shares an important update from Zambia.
A global grant worth $997,229 for Copperbelt Phase 2 malaria elimination project to train a total of 1055 Community Health Workers (CHWs) was granted to three Rotary clubs on the Copperbelt Province of Zambia namely Rotary Club Of Mufulira (Host Club) RC Kalulushi and RC Luanshya which kickstarted in May 2021.
The Rotary-led Partners for a Malaria-free Zambia is a US$6 Million project aiming to train and deploy up to 2,500 Community Health Workers (CHWs) in Muchinga and Central province in collaboration with World Vision and PATH MACEPA. The project was a recipient of Rotary’s first ever Programs of Scale grant of US$ 2 Million through the Rotary Club of Federal Way, which was matched by World Vision and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Photo Caption: Community Health Worker from 1st cohort receives her training certificate.By Jim Moore, Malaria Partners International Board Member Zambia's Copperbelt Province is a little closer to providing 550,000 villagers in three districts with front line...
By Jim Moore, Malaria Partners International Board Member Global Grant GG2095385 project that will train and equip 1,055 community health workers (CHWs) to provide basic health care at the household level for 550,000 people in...
By Jim Moore, Malaria Partners International Board Member This month marks the kickoff of Phase Two of our Copperbelt Malaria Elimination project. This $997,000 investment trains, equips and deploys 1,055 Community Health Workers (CHWs) in their home villages to...
By Adriana Lanting, Malaria Partners International’s Director of Strategic Engagement In early-October, Rotary International approved a $45,000 grant to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 to both Rotary-supported Community Health Workers in Zambia and the families...
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