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Malaria Consortium is a member of a number of international campaigns that use collaborative working and collective action to influence global decision makers and enact change.

Malaria Consortium is a member of 
the Fight the Fakes campaign, which aims to raise awareness about the dangers of fake medicines. The campaign gives a voice to those who have been personally impacted by counterfeit medicines, and shares the stories of those working to put a stop to this threat to public health.

Generation Nutrition
 is an international, multi-stakeholder campaign to end the blight of malnutrition, which affects 52 million children worldwide. Generation Nutrition calls on world leaders to prioritise tackling acute child malnutrition and to ensure that the post-2015 development framework that replaces the Millennium Development Goals prioritises ending child deaths from hunger. To learn more about this campaign, please visit the Generation Nutrition website.

World Malaria Day
 was established at the 60th World Health Assembly in March 2007. On World Malaria Day advocates and citizens around the world raise awareness of malaria as a disease that is preventable and treatable and mobilise action to end the ravages of malaria. Malaria Consortium undertakes a number of advocacy activities to mark this day both nationally and internationally. To learn more about these activities visit the advocacy events page.

Malaria Consortium is a member of the 
Health for All Post-2015 campaign, which is made up of civil society organizations around the world and advocates the inclusion of universal health coverage (UHC) as an integral component of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal framework. 

     Malaria Consortium has joined the Dengue Tribe campaign, a global social movement campaign initiative by our partner, Break Dengue.

     The campaign aims to collect the faces and voices of individuals and communities affected by dengue to voice their concern about the threat of the disease

     to mobilise leaders on a national and international level to give commitments on following a collaborative effort to address dengue and make it a public health priority.

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