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$16bn Yearly Boost to African economies if we cut malaria by 90% by 2030

New research from Oxford Economics Africa, commissioned by RBM partner Malaria No More UK, reveals that getting back on track for the Sustainable Development Goal target on malaria would significantly bolster African economies and increase global trade.  

Achieving the target of reducing malaria by 90% from 2015 levels by 2030 could increase African GDP by $126.9 billion cumulatively between 2023 and 2030, averaging an annual boost of nearly $16 billion, larger than Niger’s entire economy today.  

NOMINATION AND ELECTION PROCESS FOR RBM CRSPC CO-CHAIR

22 April 2024 - The RBM Partnership to End Malaria is pleased to announce that it has opened a call for nominations for the position of Country/Regional Support Partner Committee (CRSPC) Co-Chair.

Historic moment as African Ministers unite to sign malaria declaration

Wednesday 6 th March 2024 – Ministers from African countries with the highest burden of malaria have today signed a declaration marking their commitment to reducing malaria mortality and agreeing on key actions to accelerate progress towards achieving global targets to end malaria.

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What is the Day of the African Child?

The Day of the African Child (DAC) was instituted in 1991 by the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the

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