About Us

About Us

The PMI Measure Malaria project


  • Strengthen country-level capacity to collect, analyze, and use routine malaria health data
  • Improve country-level ability to manage health information systems (HIS) to serve malaria needs
  • Adapt and develop tools for these ends and share among malaria stakeholders the approaches needed and gains made

Led by

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC), through the Carolina Population Center (CPC), in partnership with ICF Macro Inc. (ICF); John Snow, Inc. (JSI); Palladium International, LLC; and Tulane University. UNC drew on the technical expertise that exists in each organization and an extensive network of in-country organizations in PMI priority countries


  • PMI Measure Malaria was an Associate Award to MEASURE Evaluation—funded by USAID
  • The consortium had 25 years of experience working to strengthen capacity in low-resource settings to generate and use high-quality data to make evidence-informed, strategic decisions for health policy and programming at local, regional, and national levels.
  • MEASURE Evaluation had five partners: ICF, JSI, Management Sciences for Health (MSH), Palladium, and Tulane University