Costing tools


Malaria Costing Tool

World Health Organization

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The malaria costing tool was part of a set of tools developed by WHO to help managers and planners to estimate the financial costs of providing priority public health interventions. The tool estimates the resource requirements of proven malaria interventions over a period of time.

However since the official release of the OneHealth Tool (OHT) in May 2012 by the UN Inter Agency Working Group on Costing, the tool has been replaced by the malaria component within the OHT.

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For information on the Child Health component within the OneHealth Tool as drawing upon the CHCET, please contact Thierry Lambrechts or Karin Stenberg, WHO (see contact information below):

Karin Stenberg
Tessa Tan-Torres

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