CIVIL SOCIETY FOR MALARIA ELIMINATION (CS4ME)

A global network uniting civil society organizations and communities to achieve malaria elimination

Today is the 17th World Malaria Day!

There is a need to highlight the importance of gender mainstreaming and community engagement in malaria interventions.
Communities and Civil Society raise the alarm.
Let’s make sure communities voices are heard by sharing the Declaration widely!
#EndMalaria  #CS4ME
RBM Partnership to End Malaria  The Global Fund eannaso.org  World Health Organization (WHO) GFAN-Africa

11 Health Ministers pledge to end malaria deaths in Africa

On the occasion of the Ministerial Conference on Malaria on March 06, 2024 in Yaoundé, the Ministers of Health of Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ghana, Mali, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan, India and Tanzania, the countries most affected by malaria, signed their commitment to fight the disease. This commitment includes stepping up action to end deaths from the disease, the intention to combat the threat of malaria sustainably and equitably in the African Region, where 95% of the world’s malaria deaths occur, but not only:

A Call for a Meaningful Engagement of the Civil Society Communities to Transform the Fight Against Malaria

 

 

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Firm in the belief that empowered community and civil society are game-changers in health responses, we, ​representatives of national, regional and global malaria communities and civil society, have come together and formed the Global Civil Society for Malaria Elimination (CS4ME), ​as part of our commitment to jointly advocate for more effective, sustainable, people-centered, rights-based, equitable, and inclusive malaria programmes​.

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As part of #WorldMalariaDay Commemoration this year, @AjpRdc in Maniema, 🇨🇩 organized a "health walk" to raise awareness on #Malaria 🦟 among the population of Kindu. At the end of the march more than 500 were sensitized about measures to combat malaria.

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👏👏Thank you to everyone who attended this year #CS4ME Annual Forum and made it a success.

🎦 In case you missed it, you can replay the entire forum here: https://cs4me.org/webinars-tools/webinars/cs4me-2024-annual-forum/

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On 25 April 2024, in Niger 🇳🇪, the CSO ONEN, a member of #CS4ME (Global Civil Society for Malaria Elimination ), on #WorldMalariaDay organised a workshop to develop and validate the CS4ME CE SI project action plan for 2024.

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Countries across the continent are embracing a new approach that uses high-quality data to select the optimal combination of tools for a local setting.

👀Find here an article on how Data arms Africa’s fight against malaria: https://www.scidev.net/global/opinions/data-arms-africas-fight-against-malaria/

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Today is #WorldMalariaDay 🦗!

There is a need to highlight the importance of gender mainstreaming and community engagement in malaria interventions. Communities and Civil Society raise the alarm. Check the Declaration here :https://cs4me.org/news/blog/world-malaria-day-2024-declaration-of-malaria-affected-communities-and-civil-society/

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