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As a global partnership, RBM is active in all malaria-endemic countries, through its sub-regional coordinators’ networks and its Partners, notably national malaria control and elimination programmes.

Regional collaboration is key to defeating malaria and is therefore at the heart of the Partnership’s strategy for 2018-2020. In 2017, several sub-regions across the African continent have stepped up their cross-border efforts towards malaria elimination, a move mirrored by the six countries of the Greater Mekong Subregion and seven Central American countries. Learn more about our work in Africa, Asia-Pacific and the Americas.

Southern Africa Regional Network (SARN) coordinates partner support on technical and operational issues for going to scale with effective malaria control interventions to 10 southern african countries:

  1. Botswana
  2. Madagascar
  3. Malawi
  4. Mozambique
  5. Namibia
  6. South Africa
  7. Swaziland
  8. URT-Zanzibar
  9. Zambia
  10. Zimbabwe

Key to the success of malaria elimination in Southern Africa is the implementation of cross-border initiatives which harmonize malaria control strategies in groups of collaborating countries.

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