The MSWG has been established under the umbrella of the RBM Partnership to End Malaria following approval by the RBM Board in April 2018. The MSWG convenes and coordinates RBM Partnership members around a multi-sectorial action in the field of malaria to facilitate learning and share best practices from the field. The MSWG aims to design and promote new intervention mechanisms and malaria-sensitive projects and programmes that span across different sectors, the plans and activities of which affect the environmental and social determinants of malaria and other vector-borne diseases.
The inception meeting brought 23 participants from different sectors together, providing an opportunity to consider vector-borne disease prevention and control through an intersectoral lens.
Graham Alabaster - Challenges and Opportunities for Multi-Sectoral Action to control and eradicate Malaria and other vector-borne diseases
Konstantina Boutsika - Overview RBM Working Groups
Joshua Levens - RBM Partnership Strategy and Initiatives, 2018-2020
Robert Bos - Time for water in all policies: policy and regulation across the six targets of sustainable development goal 6
Anna McCartney-Melstad - Planning for collaboration across working groups
Graham Alabaster - Discussion paper in preparation for the MSWG kick-off meeting
Robert Bos - A brief history of PEEM
Potential Topics for the Multi-sectoral Working Group
Multisectoral Action Framework for Malaria (RBM 2015)