Anemia is an urgent public health problem that affects children and women throughout the life-course and results in a high burden of morbidity and mortality. Anemia is caused by multiple factors, most notably, iron and other nutrient deficiencies, malaria, helminthes, non-specific inflammation, and genetic blood disorders. Preventing and controlling anemia require an understanding of the leading causes of anemia in a given setting and developing integrated programs to address these underlying causes. As governments decentralize, it becomes even more important to work at the district level to promote integrated programs that address the leading causes of anemia.
2017-2018 school year Testing Calendar
IMPORTANT: E & A Web link: please click here http://scbpaswmsas01/EAOnline
For Test Coordinators or Teachers, please login Test Coordinator Overview 2017-2018 Video + New TC Overview 2017-2018 + Overview of Local Assessment for 2017-18 PowerPoint show. Common Assessments can be accessed by logging in as a Teacher or a Test Coordinator. Download Information: + 2017-2018 Common Assessment Development Timeline + ACP Tests List for 17-18 School_Year