CIVIL SOCIETY FOR MALARIA ELIMINATION (CS4ME)

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

WORLD MALARIA DAY 2020 DECLARATION

The fight against malaria must continue!

Read the statement from malaria affected communities and Civil Society.

Communities Centered Approach

A call for a meaningful engagement of Civil Society Organizations and Communities to transform the fight against malaria.

 

 

Malaria Responses Fully Funded

 

 

Our Actions

Our Mission

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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We are proud to introduce you YouthAid-Liberia (YAL),member of CS4ME from Liberia!
Since 2012, YAL is a Partner4Humanity and has been working to support children’s rights protection, education and youth empowerment programs/projects in local communities

Yesterday was held the meeting with @CS4MEglobal members on the communication plan 2020- 2022 and communication tools in order to strengthen the sense of belonging to this platform and the visibility of CS4ME members!

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How do civil societies play an essential role in #malaria prevention and elimination? Olivia Ngou @CS4MEglobal explains how CSOs have changed since #COVID19 & what we can do to maintain the momentum to #endmalaria ➡️ https://www.vestergaard.com?p=2508 📷 courtesy of CS4ME.

Ministries of Finance must allocate more resources for health to end HIV TB, Malaria & achieve SDG3. Says @mlaba_lwazi on the Vuka Africa show @Larayide @GFadvocates @acb4gf @DevelopingNGOs #TheBeatContinues #TheUHCThatWeWant #UniteToFight @PandemicAction @gnpplus @theglobalfight

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