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Threat of malaria requires urgent response

New findings published today by the World Health Organization (WHO) in its annual World Malaria Report show that the disease remains a deadly threat to millions worldwide.

The RBM Partnership to End Malaria calls on country leaders, donors, and policy makers to increase their malaria efforts and get the fight against this disease back on track or risk seeing cases and deaths rise substantially in the coming months and years.

The RBM Partnership to End Malaria: response to the publication of the Global Fund’s Results Report

Tuesday 13th September

Just a few days before the Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment Conference, the malaria community is urging world leaders to deliver a fully replenished Global Fund to help save 20 million more lives from malaria, TB, and HIV over the next three years. This year’s conference takes place in the context of unprecedented global events, but world leaders are asked to remain steadfast in their commitment to funding and combatting these devastating diseases.

African Youth Turn Up the Pressure on Leaders to End Malaria

12 August 2022, Dakar, Senegal – On the occasion of International Youth Day, young people across the continent are calling upon their leaders for more sustained action, innovation, and funding to fight back against malaria. In an open letter, also supported by The RBM Partnership to End Malaria and Speak Up Africa, young people vow to be the generation to end malaria, and to not stop fighting until they end this disease as an epidemic by 2030.

Commonwealth leaders take action in response to the Kigali Summit’s call for bold commitments towards ending Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs)

Kigali, Rwanda, Saturday 25 June 2022 - Announced at the culmination of the 26th Commonwealth Heads of Government (CHOGM) meeting, Commonwealth nations have today committed to work towards ending the epidemic of Malaria by 2030. They further agreed to the delivery of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) road map for Neglected Tropical Diseases (2021-2030) including through endorsing the Kigali Declaration on Neglected Tropical Diseases.