Digital tools are increasingly being used by national malaria programmes and their partners to solve campaign bottlenecks, in particular those related to collection, compilation and analysis of data in a timely manner during household registration and ITN distribution activities. Digital tools can have many different uses during all campaign phases, from macroplanning through to reporting. The use of digital tools shows great promise for increasing the The ability of campaign-delivered interventions to achieve higher levels of performance (coverage, quality, or equity) relative to the inputs (resources, time, money). of ITN campaign and continuous distribution and improving ITN accountability.
This toolkit was featured on the Alliance for Malaria Prevention’s website following a presentation by the Togo National Malaria Control Program, which detailed the use of digital tools during its ITN campaign. This first link contains all the digitalization-related documents on AMP’s website; the second is a link to the recording of the presentation.