Completeness for weekly reporting was 45% IDSR sites and 72% for the IDP sites.
Malaria is a leading cause of morbidity in nonconflict areas and IDPs. Transmission in most counties that had experienced upsurge in cases has reduced to expected ranges.
Measles transmission is ongoing in Wau PoC where at least 59 cases were reported in week 3 of 2017.
Cholera transmission is on the decline in Northern Liech and Southern Liech.
TB/HIV/AIDS are the leading cause of death in IDPs during the week
Special focus on malaria
Malaria accounted for 33% and 14% of consultations in Non Routine reporting and IDP sites respectively (Figs. 1a and 1b).
Analysis of malaria trends at state level showed that malaria cases were within expected levels in all the states (Fig. 8af).
In the 26 (33%) affected counties; malaria cases have continued to decline to expected transmission levels (Fig. 9a)