Save the Date: Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa (CAMA) Webinar | Innovative New Approaches to Combat Malaria

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The Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa (CAMA) will host a webinar in recognition of World Mosquito Day 2019 on Tuesday 20th August from 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM EDT (3:00 PM – 4:30 PM WAT). Join us to hear from global experts and leaders who will share their insights on progress and innovative new approaches to combat malaria, including … Read More

Ian MatthewsSave the Date: Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa (CAMA) Webinar | Innovative New Approaches to Combat Malaria

Key Takeaways from 15th National Joint Annual Programme Review For HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria in Nigeria

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While Nigeria has made significant progress in the control of HIV, TB and malaria (ATM) over the last two decades, the three infectious diseases continue to constitute major public health problems in the country. Over the years, the country has established various platforms and mechanisms to review its performance in the three disease areas and offer policy and programmatic recommendations … Read More

Ian MatthewsKey Takeaways from 15th National Joint Annual Programme Review For HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria in Nigeria

Malaria Prevention Community Outreach

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“One of our major problems in this community are mosquitoes, I hope they will stop tormenting us after this program,” said Abiola from Ikate. This was just one response to a recent malaria community outreach program carried out by Access Bank in partnership with The Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa (CAMA), HACEY Health Initiative and the OVL Foundation in … Read More

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Algeria Declared Malaria-Free: Lessons Learned from Algeria Malaria Elimination

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By Ochuko Keyamo-Onyige, Country Manager, Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa (CAMA), Nigeria On 22nd May the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared Algeria and Argentina malaria-free, bringing to 38 the number of countries now officially rid of the disease. The certification is granted when a country proves that it has interrupted malaria transmission for at least three consecutive years within its borders. … Read More

Ian MatthewsAlgeria Declared Malaria-Free: Lessons Learned from Algeria Malaria Elimination

World Malaria Day 2019 Shines Light on Urgent Need for Continued Investment

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Today, April 25th, is World Malaria Day (WMD). It is a chance to take a breath and take stock of the state of the fight against malaria. We have numerous examples of successful collaborations between governments and industry, which lay the groundwork for strengthening these efforts and set a blueprint for novel initiatives. In light of the worrying trends in … Read More

Ian MatthewsWorld Malaria Day 2019 Shines Light on Urgent Need for Continued Investment

World Malaria Day: Refocusing Strategies to Eliminate Malaria

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By Ochuko Keyamo-Onyige, Country Manager, GBCHealth CAMA Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) suffers by far the greatest malaria burden worldwide; malaria is so common in SSA that the average person sees it as an inevitable part of their existence, and the statistics are as stark as they come. According to the 2018 World Malaria Report, the global response to malaria has stalled, … Read More

Ian MatthewsWorld Malaria Day: Refocusing Strategies to Eliminate Malaria

News: Urgent Action Needed to Protect Gains Against Malaria

Alyssa GovindanNews, Newsletter

After years of improvement in malaria reduction around the globe, the 2017 World Malaria Report shows that progress has reached a stand-still. There were 5 million more cases in 2016 than 2015 and deaths stood at 445,000 – around the same number as the previous year. “Without urgent action, we risk going backwards and missing the global malaria targets for … Read More

Alyssa GovindanNews: Urgent Action Needed to Protect Gains Against Malaria

Paraguay Receives Malaria Elimination Certification by WHO

Alyssa GovindanNews Around Global Health

Paraguay became the first country in the Americas in 45 years to receive certification from the WHO for eliminating malaria on Monday. This designation follows the country being identified in 2016 as one of 21 countries that had the potential to eliminate malaria by 2020. “Receiving this certification is a recognition of more than five decades of hard work in … Read More

Alyssa GovindanParaguay Receives Malaria Elimination Certification by WHO

#GBCtalksCSR Interview Series- NRS International

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Rune Bosselmann Director of TANA Netting In this high-level interview series, we speak to a handful of corporate leaders to probe how they plan and execute CSR programs and how they are utilizing their core business skills and resources to impact individuals and communities. 1. How do you think your CSR policies reflect the principles and values of your brand? … Read More

Alyssa Govindan#GBCtalksCSR Interview Series- NRS International

World Malaria Report shows slowing progress following years of improvement

Alyssa GovindanNews Around Global Health

After years of improvement in malaria reduction around the globe, the 2017 World Malaria Report shows that progress has reached a stand-still. There were 5 million more cases in 2016 than 2015 and deaths stood at 445,000 – around the same number as the previous year. “Without urgent action, we risk going backwards and missing the global malaria targets for … Read More

Alyssa GovindanWorld Malaria Report shows slowing progress following years of improvement