Chemoprevention Options In Advanced Control and Elimination of Malaria (CHOICE) Framework

Chemoprevention strategies have been shown to be effective in reducing the burden of malaria, and are frequently deployed in both control and elimination settings. There are numerous chemoprevention strategies available for national malaria programs to choose from, depending on programmatic objectives, specific transmission dynamics, local contexts, and resources available. The CHOICE framework provides decision-making guidance to support national malaria programs in the selection, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and iterative adaptation of chemoprevention strategies in consideration of local transmission dynamics, programmatic objectives, and resource constraints. The CHOICE framework supports decision making specifically around the use of Mass Drug Administration, and screen and treat strategies for which policy level guidance is not available.