Supportive Supervision for Improving Malaria Case Management and Malaria in Pregnancy Services in Ghana

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While training is important to build technical competencies, it does not fully prepare health workers to recall and apply everything they learned during training. To help address this issue, the USAID Promoting Malaria Prevention and Treatment (ProMPT) project supported the Ghana Health Service (GHS) to implement supportive supervision methods is the seven regions where the project worked. This brief outlines the process used to implement supportive supervision and presents some of the findings and recommendations from the experience.

Publication Date 
February 2013
Resource Type 
Publications
Project Reports
Regions/ Countries 
Language 
English