By Maudy Lwenje, Copperbelt Phase 2 Project Manager, Malaria Partners Zambia
Routine Data Quality Audit (RDQA) was conducted in four Districts of the Copperbelt Province in Zambia were a total of 1,255 Community Health Workers (CHWs) were trained to diagnose, test and treat malaria in their communities. The four Districts, are Chililabombwe under Phase 1A Project, Mufulira, Kalulushi, Luanshya Districts under Phase 2 Malaria Project. Rotarians were hands on during the audit
Routine Data Quality Audit (RDQA) is a process where an organization examines its data for accuracy, completeness and consistency of formatting. The main aim of a routine data quality assessment is to improve the quality of the data by spotting and filling gaps, identifying and fixing mistakes and weeding out duplicate records.
1. Audit briefing for Community Health Workers in Chililabombwe, project supervised by Rotary Club of Kitwe.
2. Rotarian Rhoda, Immediate Past President of Rotary Club Of Mufulira helping with the audit.
3. Audit Team briefing the Health Facility on the audit findings in Kalulushi District.
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