Mobilising parliamentarians, media and civil society in both developed and developing countries in the fight against malaria and other communicable diseases
Malaria Consortium’s advocacy work aims to reduce the human and economic burden of malaria by influencing policy and action both in developed and developing countries.
We have enabled, supported, and strengthened African and European Coalitions Against Malaria to promote links between and within the North and the South. We engage with stakeholders, donors and policy influencers worldwide to bring about greater support and positive and sustainable advances in health sector development. To this end we devised and launched the World Malaria Day website, which invites collaboration and resource and information sharing among all those involved with malaria. (www.worldmalariaday.org).
We work closely with health focused advocacy networks in the UK and Europe and support the UK All Party Parliamentary Group on Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases. We are also one of the founding members of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership.
To find out more please visit our advocacy websites for greater detail on the initiatives with which we are and have been associated.
Mobilising4Malaria - Mobilising4Malaria case study - "African Coalitions Against Malaria" English, French and Portuguese
Cameroon Coalition Against Malaria (CCAM)
World Malaria Day website (including Facebook/ Twitter (@malariaday2013) profiles)
All Party Parliamentary Group on Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases (APPMG)
available for download
malaria control by increasing both supply and
demand for malaria control tools in Uganda
to appropriate treatment for childhood
illnesses at community level