The RBM Partnership to End Malaria will unite this World Malaria Day under the theme Advance Equity. Build Resilience. End Malaria. to underline the unique opportunity we have this year to drive much needed political and funding commitments to end malaria ahead of the Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment.
We encourage all partners and communities around the world to take action on 25 April, whether by holding your own event or sharing content on social media. To support you, we have developed a range of campaign materials for you to download and disseminate on your platforms.
Partners can use these calls to action, social media graphics and posts to raise awareness of this preventable and treatable disease and advocate for sustained political commitment and continued investment for malaria control and elimination.
Attend our innovation roundtable
On 25 April at 15:00 CET, The Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF), World Health Organization (WHO), the Global Fund and the RBM Partnership will jointly hold an innovation roundtable. The event will bring together a range of experts and civil society to discuss how innovation saves lives from malaria.
Sign our open letter
Pregnant women are particularly vulnerable to malaria infection, resulting in 10,000 maternal deaths a year. The latest World Malaria Report showed that preventative treatment for malaria (IPTp) coverage fell from 34% to 32%. Leaders must increase their efforts to protect women and their babies from malaria by increasing IPTp coverage!
LEARN MORE and join over 250 others to sign our open letter to leaders.
Join the conversation on social media
This World Malaria Day, you can join us to spread the word on social media using our PARTNER TOOLKIT.
This helpful resource provides a range of key messages, example social media posts, campaign assets and editable templates for partners to amplify this World Malaria Day. Don’t forget to use #FightForWhatCounts, #ZeroMalaria and #WorldMalariaDay!
Watch and share our World Malaria Day video
On World Malaria Day we mark successes in the fight against malaria, highlight the responsibility we all have to end malaria within a generation and urge leaders to step up the fight and get us closer to a malaria-free world. Join us and #FightForWhatCounts by watching and sharing this year’s video on social media!