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.