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    Critical Actions to End Malaria

    24 January 2023

    Critical Actions to End Malaria

    Extending Our Reach: Critical Actions to End Malaria 

    Despite great strides in the fight against malaria, progress against the disease is under threat. More than 600,000 people still die from malaria every year. Health systems are not yet delivering the prevention, diagnostic, care, and treatment services needed to reach all communities affected by the disease. With a promising malaria vaccine in development, it will be more important than ever for country leaders and national malaria control programs to extend their reach and promote healthy behaviors.  

    To end malaria, we must leave no one behind

    With updated policies, new technical interventions, better use of existing tools, and a widespread awareness that global coordination must improve, the world can accelerate progress toward its goal of reducing malaria incidence and mortality rates by at least 90 percent by 2030.  

    Join us as we discuss opportunities and targeted approaches that optimise investments and support locally driven solutions in the fight against malaria. We anticipate a thought-provoking discussion as panelists share their perspectives on how to ensure equal access to and uptake of high-quality malaria services. 

    Join us for this important discussion on extending our collective reach!


    Judith Heichelheim, Senior Vice President, Health and Supply Chain (Chemonics International)


    Lisa Hare, Chief, Malaria Supply Chain Branch (U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative)

    Dr. Corine Karema, Interim Chief Executive Officer (Roll Back Malaria Partnership)

    Dr. James Tibenderana, Chief Executive (Malaria Consortium)

    Dr. Baltazar Candrinho, Director (Mozambique National Malaria Control Program)

    Dr. Mulamuli Mpofu, Senior Director, Global Malaria Programs (Chemonics International)

    Charles Ojara, Village Health Team Worker (Uganda)