National Dialogue on Malaria in Nigeria

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GBCHealth’s Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa (CAMA) has been closely collaborating with the National Malaria Elimination Program (NMEP) in Nigeria for several years to guide and mobilize the private sector in support of the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Health’s Malaria Elimination Agenda 2020, and increase coordination to faster attainment of better health outcomes. This year, CAMA is collaborating with … Read More

Svetlana KouzminaNational Dialogue on Malaria in Nigeria

World Malaria Day 2019 | #ZeroMalariaStartsWithMe

Svetlana KouzminaNews

Thursday, April 25th is World Malaria Day, a day established by WHO member states to draw attention to the continuing need for investment in, and commitment to, the fight against malaria. The theme for 2019 is, “Zero Malaria Starts With Me”. The World Health Organization’s World Malaria Report 2018 revealed that over half the world’s population are at risk from … Read More

Svetlana KouzminaWorld Malaria Day 2019 | #ZeroMalariaStartsWithMe

Meet Africa’s Women in Digital Health – Using Data to Reshape Healthcare in Africa

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Huguette Diakabana,  Co-Founder, African Alliance of Digital Health Networks African women are combining their contextual understanding, training, passion, and technology to address challenges in public health. These women have found an ally in technology, and are serious about incorporating it in their work. They are strategists, solutions developers, organizational leaders, and data-driven decisions advocates.  They understand the value of data; … Read More

Svetlana KouzminaMeet Africa’s Women in Digital Health – Using Data to Reshape Healthcare in Africa

Step Up the Fight: Private Sector Leadership to End Malaria

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Step Up the Fight: Private Sector Leadership to End Malaria, scheduled for 25 April 2019, will focus on resource mobilization. The intended audience will include 30 influential/high-net worth individuals and corporations with the capacity to join the Indo-China Health Fund and M2030, and select senior government officials from Thailand and potentially the Greater Mekong Sub region. It will be hosted … Read More

Svetlana KouzminaStep Up the Fight: Private Sector Leadership to End Malaria

Step Up the Fight: Private Sector Engagement in Malaria Elimination

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Step Up the Fight: Private Sector Engagement in Malaria Elimination, will take place on 23 April 2019 and will focus on innovation. It will be hosted by the Global Fund and APLMA. The objective of this event is to demonstrate the role that different private sector actors can play in driving innovation, mobilizing resources and awareness, and delivering malaria services … Read More

Svetlana KouzminaStep Up the Fight: Private Sector Engagement in Malaria Elimination

AB: HF 2019 – Transforming Africa’s Health Outcomes

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At the recently concluded Africa Business: Health Forum in Addis Ababa, a group of private sector champions and their public sector counterparts gathered to chart a profitable course for turning the maxim – health is wealth – into a practical, realistic results.  Nearly 350 delegates attended the forum, convened by GBCHealth, Aliko Dangote Foundation (ADF) and United Nations Economic Commission … Read More

Svetlana KouzminaAB: HF 2019 – Transforming Africa’s Health Outcomes

PSD Leadership Positions: Call for Applications

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The Private Sector Delegation (PSD) to the Board of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is now accepting applications for Board member and Alternate Board member positions for the upcoming 2019-2021 term. The PSD Board member and Alternate Board member will represent the private sector as a voting constituency to the Global Fund’s governance board for a … Read More

Svetlana KouzminaPSD Leadership Positions: Call for Applications

Delivering for Women Means Strengthening Health Supply Chains — with Help from the Private Sector  

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Mary-Ann Etiebet, Lead and Executive Director, Merck for Mothers Expanding access to family planning is a critical step in improving the health of women around the world. In developing regions, it is estimated that 214 million women who wish to safely plan and space their births do not have access to modern family planning services and information, placing them at … Read More

Svetlana KouzminaDelivering for Women Means Strengthening Health Supply Chains — with Help from the Private Sector  

Countdown to Africa Business: Health Forum

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Africa is on the rise. With various economic indices pointing towards Africa as the next great economic hub, it is time for business to focus on her most critical driver – her people. Healthy people will ultimately be a viable pool for driving the economic changes we are witnessing across Africa, achieving the enormous potentials of a young and vibrant … Read More

Alyssa GovindanCountdown to Africa Business: Health Forum

Advancing Innovative Financing to Defeat Malaria in Africa

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By Joy Phumaphi, Executive Secretary, ALMA African countries and their partners have made significant progress to defeat malaria and to advance its broader health and development agenda. Between 2000 and 2015, the number of malaria cases and deaths declined by 42% and 66%, respectively. Underlying this progress were several important enablers, including sustained leadership, resource commitments, community participation and global solidarity. … Read More

Alyssa GovindanAdvancing Innovative Financing to Defeat Malaria in Africa