#GBCtalksmalaria with Julie Essiam, Ecobank

Ian MatthewsBlog, News

This interview is part of a series in which experts discuss key aspects of the malaria challenge– innovation, program implementation, finance and policy. We hope the series sparks conversation and encourages others to determine how they can best contribute to the fight to end malaria for good. Follow the conversation on twitter using #GBCtalksmalaria In your opinion, what would be some positive game … Read More

Ian Matthews#GBCtalksmalaria with Julie Essiam, Ecobank

#GBCtalksmalaria with Herbert Schilthuis, Heineken

Ian MatthewsBlog, News

This interview is part of a series in which experts discuss key aspects of the malaria issue – innovation, program implementation, finance and policy. We hope the series sparks conversation and encourages others to determine how they can best contribute to the fight to end malaria for good. Follow the conversation on twitter using #GBCtalksmalaria In your opinion what would be some positive … Read More

Ian Matthews#GBCtalksmalaria with Herbert Schilthuis, Heineken

#GBCtalksmalaria with Jon Pender, GSK

Ian MatthewsBlog, News

This interview is part of a series in which experts discuss key aspects of the malaria challenge– innovation, program implementation, finance and policy. We hope the series sparks conversation and encourages others to determine how they can best contribute to the fight to end malaria for good. Follow the conversation on twitter using #GBCtalksmalaria In your opinion, what would be positive game changers … Read More

Ian Matthews#GBCtalksmalaria with Jon Pender, GSK

#GBCtalksmalaria Interview Series

Ian MatthewsBlog, News

Tremendous progress has been made in the fight to end malaria. Seventeen countries have reduced malaria cases to the point where it is no longer endemic – and eight of these have fully eliminated malaria. Since 2000, malaria prevention and treatment programs have saved an estimated 4.3 million lives. Companies have helped to both accelerate this progress and shape malaria … Read More

Ian Matthews#GBCtalksmalaria Interview Series

Corporate Leadership in the Fight to End Malaria

Ian MatthewsBlog, News

Tremendous progress has been made in the fight to end malaria. Seventeen countries have reduced malaria cases to the point where it is no longer endemic – and eight of these have fully eliminated malaria. Since 2000, malaria prevention and treatment programs have saved an estimated 4.3 million lives. Companies have helped to both accelerate this progress and shape malaria … Read More

Ian MatthewsCorporate Leadership in the Fight to End Malaria

Retreat: New Strategy for PSMC to Roll Back Malaria

Ian MatthewsEvent

Private Sector Members Council Retreat Johannesburg, South Africa The Private Sector Members Council (PSMC) will hold its Annual Retreat on February 27-28 in Johannesburg, South Africa, hosted by PSMC member Nandos. The Retreat will focus on setting strategic priorities for the group in alignment with the Action and Investment to Defeat Malaria and Global Technical Strategy. In addition to members of the … Read More

Ian MatthewsRetreat: New Strategy for PSMC to Roll Back 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

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”

New Private Sector Partnership Led by GSK Raises £22 million to improve health systems for malaria

Margaret ArbogastNews

GSK and UK-based charity Comic Relief have announced a £22 million partnership providing grant funding to organizations addressing malaria and improving health systems in some of the world’s worst-affected regions. Grant recipients in Ghana, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, Tanzania and the Greater Mekong region will benefit from this collaboration, which will promote research into medicines and vaccines, improve the supply of … Read More

Margaret ArbogastNew Private Sector Partnership Led by GSK Raises £22 million to improve health systems for malaria