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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"Nous avons le pouvoir de changer les choses. C'est ici et maintenant" said Pr Louis Richard Njock, General Secretary of Public Health Ministry during the launch of Parlementarians TaskForce today in Yaoundé, Cameroon.
#ParlementariansDrawTheLineAgainstMalaria

Happening now at Hilton Hotel, Yaoundé, the Parliamentarian's Task Force for Resource Mobilization in Cameroon. Parliamentarians reasure their commitment to a malaria free emerging Cameroon @MinsanteCMR, @CamerounPnlp, @ALMA_2030, @CabralLibii @DrManaouda @WHOAFRO @GlobalFund

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"Scientists cure malaria and communities combat malaria". Here is a small check-list from El Hadj Diop, founder of the Association Islamique Sopey Mohamed, on how civil society can take up arms against malaria.Make sure your voice is heard, check out the @CS4MEglobal activities

We are proud to present @CS4MEglobal members below selected to be part of the delegations of communities , civil society , and youth council of the @globalfund board. Reach out to any of the below listed to make sure your voice is heard.
#defeatmalariatogether
#DrawTheLine

Did you know that malaria in pregnancy 🤰🏿 could cause miscarriages?
The disease is linked to a 3–4 times higher risk of miscarriages and a significantly higher risk of stillbirths.
Learn more about it ➡️ https://www.modernghana.com/news/1072941/did-you-know-that-malaria-in-pregnancy-could-cause.html

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