Past Webinars

Why take this training? Maintaining high coverage of ITNs for populations in need is important to provide community-level protection from malaria vectors. Mass ITN distribution is a key strategy to achieve this. A comprehensive evaluation of the effectiveness of key campaign household registration and ITN distribution activities is critical to ensuring ensure the success of mass campaigns. Thus:

  • Cluster lot quality assurance sampling (cLQAS) offers an effective method to evaluate ITN coverage and the success of mass distribution campaigns.
  • This training will equip participants with the necessary knowledge and tools to conduct high-quality assessments for household registration and ITN distribution using cLQAS.

In this training we:

  • Review basic concepts of ITN campaign assessment.
  • Define when campaign assessment (in or end process) may be needed, including the objectives of data collection and plans for use of data.
  • Describe key indicators for HHR assessment and post campaign assessment.
  • Describe the approach to design for in or end-process monitoring surveys, including protocol and questionnaire development, sampling, and data analysis.
  • Describe the process involved in cLQAS and how to implement.
  • Support participants to provide assistance to countries to begin planning and budgeting for in and end process surveys for ITN mass campaigns.

Training in two modules (Duration: 3 hours per module)

Module 1: English French 
Module 2: English | French 

Training recordings available at:


In this webinar we:

  • Overview and Outcomes of Roundtable 1
  • Demonstration on new UNF Malaria Displacement Maps
  • Launch of Case Studies + Country Highlights
  • Q&A
  • Next Steps Future Roundtables
  • Open Discussion on Process and Pathways Forward

In this webinar we:

  • Introduce the geo enabled microplanning process for ITN campaigns in preparation of the upcoming GF grant making cycle
  • Present lessons learned from national malaria programmes with experience in geo enabled microplanning
  • Identify the challenges and opportunities around the use of geo spatial data and tools for ITN campaign microplanning