Networks & partnerships

Malaria Consortium is active across national and regional networks in the countries in which we work, helping to influence policy and practice with our findings, learning and recommendations. We undertake strategic engagement with national, regional and global partners around common goals, advocating for investment in disease burden reduction efforts and goals under SDG3.

We support institutional capacity and leadership development and align with existing decision-making structures such as national technical working groups, promoting evidence uptake into national and global policies. We use our research status to build partnerships with national academic institutions, research bodies, ministries of health and other implementing agencies – enabling us to design and deliver context-specific health interventions and increase the resilience of health systems.

As an NGO leading multiple public health interventions, including chemoprevention and vector control, we share our evidence and learning with partners across global health networks – informing debate around critical issues and improving health outcomes. We are currently involved with the following advocacy platforms. Email [email protected] to begin a partnership with us or find out more.

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Where we work

Malaria Consortium assists ministries of health and other partners to translate operational research findings into public health practice, develop improved disease control strategies and ensure the sharing of expertise and research with other partners and countries. You can read more about our work in each country on our country pages.

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Malaria Consortium works in partnership with all levels of government, civil society, private sector and implementation partners to support health system resilience, with expert national staff in each country well placed to do this. Our global strategy draws on the global commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals and universal health coverage, the direction of the Global Malaria Strategy (2016-2030) and the renewed focus of the World Health Organization’s High Burden to High Impact response.

In partnership with national programmes, we carry out high quality implementation research to continuously improve existing interventions and approaches and promote evidence uptake into national and global policies. We advocate where we feel change needs to happen and apply adaptive learning across all projects and programmes – ensuring our insight and findings inform our work that of our partners. As part of this, we work alongside national academic institutions across Africa and Southeast Asia, enabling us to optimise the design, delivery and impact of complex health interventions and ensure the uptake of results.



We believe that civil society is most effective when it works together and speaks with a united voice. Our networks are central to our advocacy. In addition to our engagement with national advocacy networks and civil society groups, we are currently involved with the following advocacy platforms:

Action for Global Health


Action for Global Health (AfGH) is a network of non-governmental organisations influencing European decision-makers to increase their support for accessible, responsive health systems. As an AfGH member, Malaria Consortium contributes to advocacy efforts to sustain the UK’s strong commitment to global health and promote an integrated, cross-government and inclusive approach.

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The Asia Pacific Leaders
Malaria Alliance Secretariat

The Asia Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance (APLMA) Secretariat unites 22 countries across the Asia-Pacific region who have committed to achieving the goal of eliminating malaria by 2030. Malaria Consortium supports APLMA's aims and works with the Alliance on collaborative advocacy efforts.

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The Asia Pacific Malaria
Elimination Network

The Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network (APMEN) is a network of countries and stakeholders in the Asia Pacific region exchanging technical and programmatic guidance between regional malaria control programs and elimination partners. Malaria Consortium leads APMEN’s Vector Control Working Group, supporting countries to monitor their vector surveillance and control strategies.

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Malaria Consortium is an active member of BOND, the UK’s membership body for over 400 organisations working in international development. BOND supports its members to develop skills, influence governments and increase their impact. We engage with this network through several working groups to advocate on development issues nationally and globally.

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Break Dengue

Malaria Consortium contributes to Break Dengue, a non-profit platform connecting global initiatives that are addressing the issues of dengue so that together they can have a bigger impact. The platform is open to everyone, including scientists, health-care providers, patients and relatives, journalists, industry, and anyone else concerned with this disease.

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Every Breath Counts Coalition

Malaria Consortium is a founding member of the Every Breath Counts Coalition – a global campaign raising awareness of pneumonia and catalysing action against the disease. The geographical focus of this campaign aligns with Malaria Consortium’s, operating in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia where 84 percent of childhood pneumonia deaths occur.

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Every Woman Every Child

Every Woman Every Child is a global movement mobilising action to address the major health challenges facing women, children and adolescents and put into action the Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescent’s Health (2016 – 2030) to end all preventable deaths of women, children and adolescents and ensure their well-being.

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Malaria No More UK

Malaria No More UK is a nonprofit organisation working to influence national and global leaders and agendas and secure new funding and innovation to end malaria within a generation. Malaria Consortium works with Malaria No More UK, alongside other UK CSOs, on UK parliamentary engagement and other advocacy.

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RBM Partnership to End Malaria

The RBM Partnership to End Malaria is a global platform mobilising resources and coordinating action against malaria. Malaria Consortium is a founding member and active contributor of the Partnership, which comprises of over 500 members from malaria-endemic countries, philanthropic organisations, the private sector, nongovernmental organisations, and research and academic institutions.

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SMC Alliance

Malaria Consortium is a leading member of the SMC Alliance – a group of stakeholders involved in seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) campaigns from National Malaria Control Programmes to technical partners, donors, research and implementing agencies. The group shares best practices and collaborate on research, monitoring and evaluation, and advocacy and communications. Malaria Consortium is also Secretariat of the SMC Alliance Advocacy and Communications Sub-group.

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United Nations Global Compact

The United Nations (UN) Global Compact is a platform for business and non-business entities committed to the UN’s Ten Principles to network and engage in areas of human rights, labour, environment, and anti-corruption. Malaria Consortium is a member of the Global Compact UK Network, which helps organisations implement these principles.

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