Malaria Consortium at 10: Celebrating a decade in communicable disease control and child health

Event: Malaria Consortium at 10
Date: 25 February 2014
Join us: Submit a question to our panellists and presenters on Twitter using #MC10

Tune into Malaria Consortium’s 10th anniversary symposium, live from London, on Tuesday 25th February 2014 as we reflect on the achievements of a decade of working in communicable disease control and child health and look ahead at the emerging issues in malaria, neglected tropical diseases, and childhood illnesses. We will be streaming the keynote presentations and subsequent panel discussions for viewers around the world to watch here. You can join the discussion on Twitter, using the hashtag #MC10, where you can also submit a question ahead of the event and get involved in the debate. 

Download our 10th anniversary report here. 

In the past 10 years, we have witnessed remarkable gains, particularly in malaria control, but also for neglected tropical diseases and other childhood illnesses. However, we are now at a crossroads for global health, with targets still to be reached for the Millennium Development Goals, and the post-2015 development framework yet to be finalised. This event will serve to outline the priorities and gaps moving forward for all development partners to consider and act upon.

Schedule and speakers 

Part One: Disease Control: Malaria and NTDs – 13:00–14:05
Dr James Tibenderana, Malaria Consortium

Panel Discussion
Charles Nelson (Chair), Chief Executive, Malaria Consortium
Dr Bernard Nahlen, President’s Malaria Initiative, USAID
Dr Godfrey Magumba, Malaria Consortium
Dr Desmond Chavasse, Population Services International

Question and Answers

Part Two: Linking the Community to Health Systems – 14:05–15:10
Helen Counihan, Malaria Consortium

Panel Discussion
Dr Karin Kallander (Chair), Malaria Consortium
Nichola Cadge, UK Department for International Development
Dr Kolawole Maxwell, Malaria Consortium
Dr Franco Pagnoni, WHO Global Malaria Programme

Question and Answers

Part Three: Moving Towards Elimination – 15:40–16:45
Dr Sylvia Meek, Malaria Consortium

Panel Discussion
Dr Arantxa Roca (Chair), Malaria Consortium
Prof Simon Brooker, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Dr Lek Dysoley, Ministry of Health, Cambodia
Prof Chris Drakeley, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine 

Question and Answers

Malaria Consortium
Strategy 2021-2025

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