Let's keep the momentum!
22 December 2009, Geneva, Switzerland
On the eve of the festive season, the RBM Executive Director Prof Coll-Seck marked the progress achieved in 2009 and called for intensified action to meet the 2010 targets of universal access for all malaria interventions.
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Global Malaria Talks on 2010 Targets
3-5 December 2009, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
More than seventy malaria experts gathered for the 17th Roll Back Malaria Board Meeting in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 3 to 5 December, including government delegates, representatives from business and industry, civil society organisations and research institutions.
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Day 1 resentations
Day 2 resentations
Malaria progress report shows that development aid for health is working
15 December 2009, Geneva, Switzerland
Significant progress has been made in delivering life saving malaria nets and treatments over the last few years, but the coverage of malaria programmes needs to be stepped up in order to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), according to a report released by the World Health Organization (WHO).
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Read/download the World Malaria Report 2009 from the WHO web site
People's Republic of China and RBM plan intensified collaboration in global malaria control
11 December 2009, Beijing China
The Roll Back Malaria Partnership (RBM) and China's Ministry of Health have announced plans to closely collaborate on implementing in Asia and Africa the Global Malaria Action Plan (GMAP) for malaria control and elimination. A high-level delegation from the Ministry of Health in China met with RBM's Executive Director Prof Coll-Seck to discuss ways to expand existing synergies.
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RBM partners praise new UN resolution on malaria, focus on next steps
New York, 7 December 2009
The RBM Partnership welcomes the United Nations General Assembly Resolution A/64/L.28 "2001-2010: a decade to roll back malaria in developing countries, particularly in Africa" whose draft was adopted by consensus on December 7, 2009.
The resolution urges the international community, together with United Nations agencies and private organizations and foundations, to support the implementation of the RBM Global Malaria Action Plan (GMAP). The GMAP is the first comprehensive blueprint for global malaria control and elimination.
"In adopting this draft resolution, UN member states have reaffirmed their commitment to tackle this disease and achieve the 2010 and 2015 malaria targets," said Prof Awa Marie Coll-Seck, Executive Director of the Partnership.
In the resolution, UN member states call upon endemic and donor countries to strengthen national policies and to step up funding for anti-malaria programmes.
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More on Roll Back Malaria in Developing Countries & Africa
New York, USA, 9 December 2009
At a reception held at UNICEF headquarters in New York, UNICEF Executive Director Ann Veneman, UN Deputy Secretary-General Asha Rose Migiro as well as key members of the RBM Partnership praised a new Resolution on the global malaria response that was adpted by the UN General Assembly.
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