Malaria Consortium is committed to sustainability and high impact work on the ground. It is a firm belief of the organisation that this is most readily achieved through successfully working in partnerships to maximise effect and reach. For this reason, this year’s annual review celebrates Malaria Consortium’s many and varied partnerships that have been integral to the organisation’s achievements over the years.
The annual review focuses on four key types of partnerships: with communities, the commercial sector, local governments and academic institutions. All these invaluable relationships, we believe, strengthen crucial elements of Malaria Consortium’s work and provide long lasting impact through strengthened capacity.
The annual review also highlights important aspects of our work including advocacy and external communications, monitoring and evaluation, surveillance and operational research such as innovative studies around long lasting insecticide treated nets, a focus on neglected tropical diseases in South Sudan. We also look at some of the work we have done to support the development of policy, strategy and practice.
“With the strength of our partnerships the fight against malaria and other diseases goes on,” concludes Sunil Mehra, Malaria Consortium Executive Director, in his review of the year.
Read the Malaria Consortium Annual Review here.