The RBM Partnership to End Malaria (formerly Roll Back Malaria) has undergone many changes since 2015, particularly in terms of its governance and structure. Moving away from a constituency-based board, particularly with the aim of ensuring effectiveness in decision-making and leadership in resource mobilization, a new board model was adopted. A new board assumed its functions in mid-2016, leading this new phase of RBM.On the sidelines of the MIM Conference, the RBM Partnership is hosting a “Dialogue with the Board,” on April 15th at 13:30 at the MIM venue (Invitations are being sent separately). The RBM Partnership Board would like to take this opportunity to engage with its global stakeholders and partners to ensure transparency and accountability, and review the overall effectiveness of the partnership. The MIM Conference offers a unique opportunity to reach a broad array of stakeholders, including those less engaged with the RBM Partnership.
Partners and anyone person interested are given the possibility to submit their questions and comments to the Board in advance of the event through filling this form [in English] [in French] . The RBM Secretariat will then compile the key topics to be addressed.
This discussion will be continued in conjunction with the World Health Assembly in Geneva. Additional details will be provided in due course.