Mapping Tool Seeks to Mobilize New and Efficient Investments in Malaria

Nisa PatelArticle

Malaria remains a health and economic challenge for Nigeria. As a country, it carries the largest malaria burden in the world with over 100 million cases and 300,000 deaths due to the disease annually (NMEP Strategic Plan for 2014-2020). The negative impact affects all sectors, from high absenteeism in school, to decreased worker productivity and increased insurance costs. An Ambitious … Read More

Nisa PatelMapping Tool Seeks to Mobilize New and Efficient Investments in Malaria

Healthy People, Healthy Region: Driving Corporate Action to Eliminate Malaria in Asia-Pacific

Margaret ArbogastNews

The Healthy People, Healthy Region: Driving Corporate Action to Eliminate Malaria in Asia-Pacific private sector meeting was held on May 10, 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand as part of the Joint Malaria Week. Co-organized by the Asian Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance (APLMA) and the Myanmar Health and Development Consortium (MHDC), with support from Sanofi and Sumitomo Chemical, the meeting brought together … Read More

Margaret ArbogastHealthy People, Healthy Region: Driving Corporate Action to Eliminate Malaria in Asia-Pacific

Healthy People, Healthy Region: Driving Corporate Action to Eliminate Malaria in Asia-Pacific

Nisa PatelEvent

GBCHealth and the Asia-Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance (APLMA), with the support of the Private Sector Members Council and the Global Fund Private Sector Delegation, are hosting a private sector focused forum on May 10, 2016 on malaria elimination in the Asia-Pacific, with emphasis on Greater Mekong Subregion. The forum, Health People, Healthy Region: Driving Corporate Action to Eliminate Malaria in Asia-Pacific, … Read More

Nisa PatelHealthy People, Healthy Region: Driving Corporate Action to Eliminate Malaria in Asia-Pacific

Malaria Vaccines for the World

Nisa PatelEvent

With more than estimated 200 million clinical cases annually, resulting in more than 580,000 deaths, malaria is not only an important global health problem but also a major factor limiting economic development in developing countries. Interventions that deploy an effective malaria vaccine are regarded as being one of the most cost-effective and reliable means to limit and ultimately eradicate the … Read More

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Business Must Continue to Lead to “End Malaria for Good”

Nisa PatelArticle, Blog

End Malaria for Good. That’s the theme of this year’s World Malaria Day – a fitting, aspirational and accomplishable goal as we kick off Agenda 2030 in this transitional year of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Across the global malaria community, we should feel gratified with our tremendous success, having saved over 6.2 million lives that would have been lost … Read More

Nisa PatelBusiness Must Continue to Lead to “End Malaria for Good”

Malaria Elimination in Nigeria—Challenges & Opportunities for Investment: A World Malaria Day Private Sector Roundtable

Nisa PatelEvent

One year into the Sustainable Development Goals, there is an unprecedented opportunity to mobilize and align domestic resources in Nigeria to prevent thousands of cases of illness and death from malaria. Building on the 2016 World Malaria Day theme of “End Malaria for Good”, this roundtable will present participants with early findings from a seminal study mapping private sector investments into malaria … Read More

Nisa PatelMalaria Elimination in Nigeria—Challenges & Opportunities for Investment: A World Malaria Day Private Sector Roundtable

World Malaria Day 2016: Invest in the Future – Defeat Malaria

Nisa PatelEvent

Every year on April 25th, World Malaria Day provides a platform for partners to showcase successes in malaria control and to work together to create increasing and sustainable gains towards elimination. The theme for World Malaria Day 2016, “End Malaria For Good”, reflects the great progress made in malaria control under the Millennium Development Goals, and calls upon us to … Read More

Nisa PatelWorld Malaria Day 2016: Invest in the Future – Defeat Malaria

Spotlight on PSD Members – Eli Lilly, Johnson & Johnson, Sumitomo Chemical and Sanofi

Nisa PatelArticle, News

In honor of World TB Day and World Malaria Day, we are highlighting some of the extraordinary work the PSD member companies are undertaking in the fight to end these epidemics. Read more about how Eli Lilly is bringing global attention to the TB-diabetes co-epidemic, Janssen’s partnership to expand access to a new MDR-TB drug, Sumitomo Chemical’s commitment to protect … Read More

Nisa PatelSpotlight on PSD Members – Eli Lilly, Johnson & Johnson, Sumitomo Chemical and Sanofi

7th Annual CUGH Conference: Bridging a Sustainable Future in Global Health

Nisa PatelEvent

The Consortium of Universities for Global Health’s (CUGH) 2016 Annual Conference will occur at an important transition point for global health.  As the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) define new health and development priorities for the global agenda, we need to understand better the critical intersections between global health and our environment. We also need to find creative ways to sustain … Read More

Nisa Patel7th Annual CUGH Conference: Bridging a Sustainable Future in Global Health

The Promise & Peril of New Vaccines

Nisa PatelEvent

Join Harvard Defeating Malaria for an expert-led discussion of the next frontier in vaccine development for HIV, TB, malaria and cancer.  Hosted by Harvard’s Defeating Malaria: From the Genes to the Globe initiative, The Promise & Peril of New Vaccines event will take place on Wednesday, April 6th from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM in Boston, Massachusetts. The discussion will be moderated by Lee … Read More

Nisa PatelThe Promise & Peril of New Vaccines