The purpose of this online course is to increase the capacity of participants to understand and interpret trends in population-based household survey malaria indicators to answer key malaria programmatic questions
About this course
The workshop includes training on an introduction to sampling and weighting, examining confidence intervals for the interpretation of trends, generating graphics of key malaria trends, and interpreting the results for programmatic decision making.
Malaria program implementers at the national, regional, or district level.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Explain the sampling and weighting techniques used by The DHS Program
- Recognize sampling errors that occur in a DHS survey and how these are displayed in reporting
- Accurately interpret a malaria case study for programmatic decision making
- Generate graphics of malaria trends in Excel