Lessons Learned from Fifteen Years of Responding to Malaria Globally: A Prototype for Sustainable Development

Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership, Malaria Advocacy Working Group (MAWG) Messaging Workstream, 2015

10 pp. 1.8 MB
http://www.rollbackmalaria.org/files/files/about/SDGs/RBM_Malaria_Briefing_paper_
70915.pdf
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The past 15 years illustrate how increased international and domestic financing, political commitment, strong country leadership, multi-sectoral partnerships, technical knowledge, effective execution by national governments, the reach and flexibility of civil society organizations and faith-based organizations, and the contributions of research and academia have transformed the fight against malaria into an exemplary ‘gateway’ to sustainable development.

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