RBM Partnership Annual Report 2017
2017 brought stark evidence that, after a decade of success, global progress in the fight against malaria has stalled as funding stands at less than half of what
is required for malaria control and elimination. We must therefore renew our efforts now to bolster support for endemic countries, and step up domestic financing so
that malaria cases can once again start decreasing.
RBM Partnership Startegic Plan 2018-2020
This strategic plan represents the vision of the RBM Partnership to End Malaria – the largest multistakeholder platform to fight malaria. The plan outlines the strategic priorities for the Partnership over the next three years, from 2018 until 2020, leading up to the 2020 milestones of the 2030 global malaria goals.
Financing Malaria Strategic Plans in Africa in 2018-2020
According to the World Malaria Report, released by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2017, just 15 countries carried the heaviest malaria burden in 2016, together accounting for 80% of all global malaria cases and deaths. All but one were in Africa. While some countries have seen a greater than 20% increase in malaria cases and deaths since 2016, others are showing that beating malaria is possible. The report sends a clear warning that progress could be in jeopardy and that malaria resurgence is on the rise.
The Country and Regional Support Partner Committee (CRSPC) of the RBM Partnership to End Malaria has supported the roll out of the updated programmatic and financial gap analyses as part of the broader support to countries in the development of their Global Fund malaria applications for the period 2018-2020. This moving summary includes the data from 35 countries that have finalised their grant making process, and additional updates will be provided as more final gap analyses become available.
RBM Partnership Malaria Financing Brief
Financing for impact:
Meeting Milestone Malaria Targets through Innovation & Collaboration