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  • MAWG Steering Committee meets in London this week to review plans for 2015
  • African parliamentarians fighting HIV also take up malaria and tuberculosis
  • Business Leaders & Health Experts Gather in Yangon

20-21 October 2014, London, UK : - In light of the recent downsizing of the Secretariat , the MAWG Steering Committee meets this week to assess the implications for advocacy and outline plans for 2015. Key activities proposed include additional Advocacy for Resource Mobilization Workshops as well as ongoing support to malaria endemic countries to build effective advocacy coalitions for health.
Moving into the post MDG environment, malaria messaging will be critical in 2015 as will ensuring the RBM GMAP2 and WHO Global Technical Strategy are promoted to guide malaria control efforts under the new Sustainable Development Goals.
MAWG Co-Chairs Meg de Ronghe and Lisa Goldman will present MAWG recommendations to the Architecture Task Force of the Board who are also in London this week for face to face discussions on the future shape of the RBM Partnership and it's mechanisms.
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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.
Read joint RBM, APLMA and GBCHealth press release
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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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