Cost-effectiveness analysis comparing integrated and malaria-only social and behavior change programming in Nigeria: Initial costing data
Breakthrough RESEARCH is conducting an effectiveness evaluation of social and behavior change (SBC) programming implemented by Breakthrough ACTION in Nigeria, comparing an integrated SBC program in Kebbi and Sokoto states with a malaria-only SBC program in Zamfara state. Using these results on impact, a cost-effectiveness analysis will determine which approach is more cost-effective in achieving improvements in health. This report presents estimated costs for the initial stage of the project, from April 2018 through December 2019, in the three northern states where the study is being conducted.
Avenir Health. 2021. "Cost-effectiveness analysis comparing integrated and malaria-only social and behavior change programming in Nigeria: Initial costing data," Breakthrough RESEARCH Technical Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.