July 23-24, 2015 | Lagos, Nigeria

CAMA’s second annual technical forum to be held in Nigeria brought together private sector companies, the government and development organizations for a two-day workshop, providing a platform for public-private discussions on Nigeria’s malaria policies and activities with the goal of maximizing the impact of private sector contributions to malaria control, and supporting the National Malaria Elimination Programme in successfully moving Nigeria to a state of pre-elimination.

The event built off of CAMA’s successful 2014 Annual Forum, Capitalizing on Competencies: Partnering to Eliminate Malaria and Accelerate Impact on Maternal and Child Health, held in Abuja.

Speaker Presentations by Session:

The Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa in Nigeria

Nigeria’s Road to Pre-Elimination by 2020

Building Robust and Efficient Data Structures for Reporting and Impact

Reaching Key Populations via Telecoms Platforms

Prompt and Effective Treatment of Malaria Through Integrated Services

Integrated Vector Management and Innovation to Combat Insecticide Resistance

Barriers to Accessing Malaria Commodities for Accelerated Implementation

Margaret ArbogastThe Road to 2020 : Mobilizing the Private Sector in Nigeria’s Fight Against Malaria