Action and Investment to defeat Malaria 2016-2030: For a Malaria-Free World

by David Brandling-Bennett, Bernard Nahlen, Alastair Robb et al.
World Health Organization on behalf of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership Secretariat, 2015

104 pp. 37.0 MB(!)
http://www.rollbackmalaria.org/files/files/aim/RBM_AIM_Report_A4_AW_EN_lores.pdfPic 005_resize

The result of worldwide expert consultation with regions, countries and affected communities, the complementary Global Technical Strategy for Malaria and Action and Investment (AIM) to defeat Malaria documents share the 2016-2030 timeline of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and provide milestones to measure progress. Together, the documents lay out the technical strategies required to continue driving down the burden of malaria, while charting the investment and collective actions needed to reach the 2030 malaria goals of reducing global malaria case incidence and deaths by 90% – compared to 2015 – and eliminating the disease in an additional 35 countries.

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