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  • Business Leaders & Health Experts Gather in Yangon
  • The MDGs were good for malaria control, says RBM Executive Director at launch of a new UN report
  • Confederation of African Football (CAF) highlights Commitment to Fight Against Malaria during Annual Meetings in Addis Ababa

29 September 2014, Yangon, MYANMAR : - - More than 100 leaders from the health, development and corporate sectors have gathered in Yangon to participate in the seminal regional forum on Opportunities for Corporate Sector Engagement in Malaria Control in the Asia-Pacific. In advance of the 2015 enactment of the ASEAN Free Trade Agreement and broader ASEAN economic integration, this one-day meeting seeks to identify tangible opportunities for strengthened public-private partnerships to support regional malaria control strategies and drive progress toward country-specific development targets.
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25 September 2014, New York, USA : - Global leaders in health and sustainable development launched today the MDG Advocates' Leaders Report, a publication by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon's MDG Advocacy Group. The report shows the positive impact that the eight MDGs have so far had on the world's most vulnerable populations.
"Having an agreed global malaria target has helped enormously to achieve the impressive cuts in malaria mortality we see today," Dr Fatoumata Nafo said today. "With malaria on the retreat, malaria-endemic countries around the world have made substantial headway towards multiple development goals."
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Statement from Dr Nafo
Statement by Rima Shretta, Malaria Elimination Initiative
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16 September 2014, Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA : - United Against Malaria(UAM), a campaign of the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership, commends the Confédération Africaine de Football (CAF) for its ongoing commitment to malaria control in Africa. Today, as part of the agenda of its annual meetings held at the African Union headquarters from the 12 to the 20th of September, CAF renewed its commitment to the four social causes for 2015 OrangeTM Africa Cup of Nations tournament, including the UAM campaign. This pledge builds on CAF's designation of UAM as an official social cause of the 2013 AFCON tournament, which resulted in an estimated 1 billion people reached with life-saving messages about prevention and treatment of malaria.
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