Stakeholders Urged to Continue Support for IRS

The Upper West Regional malaria prevalence status has seen a significant reduction since 2011.The prevalence status which stood at about 51.2% in 2011 has reduced to 22% in 2016.The Upper West Regional Malaria Focal Person of Ghana Health Service, Titus Nii Tei Tagoe reveals this at this year’s AGAMal’s Pre-Season Stakeholders Review meeting held in…

Safety, Health and Environment

The Safety Health and Environment (SHE) Department forms a very important integral component of the AGAMal Indoor Residual Spraying Program from the preparations to the end of all operations within the program. Our activities are structured with the primary aim of preventing all workplace accidents, injuries and environmental pollution. We put high priority on safe…

SBCC

Social and Behavior Change Communication The Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Unit is a sub section of Operations and Communications department and has been an integral part of the AGAMal Indoor Residual Spraying Program primarily to ensure community acceptance and participation in the program activities. It is structured to enable individuals, families, organizations and…

Indoor Residual Operation

Indoor residual spraying (IRS) is the application of insecticide to the inside of dwellings, on walls and other surfaces that serve as an indoor resting place for female anopheles mosquitoes. The residual effect of IRS insecticide eventually kills the mosquitoes within few hours after they come in contact with treated surfaces. This prevents further transmission…

Management Profile

There are four (04) departments in AGAMal. Each department is headed by a manager and these mangers form the AGAMal management team. The management team is headed by the Program Director – Mr. Samuel A. Asiedu who reports to the Board of AGAMal.                       Below are a summary…

Partners

main Partners
 

 

other partners are :

Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development
https://www.gsa.gov.gh/Ghana Education Service,
Environmental Protection Agency
Ghana Standards Authority
Ministry of Sanitation and Water resources,
Traditional Authority, Religious Leaders and other NGOs.