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Malaria Consortium is dedicated to the comprehensive control of malaria and other childhood infectious and neglected tropical diseases.
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Malaria Consortium 2h
A warm welcome from as we discuss and in Uganda with the UK delegation
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Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 5h
The winners of & photo contest have been announced at in front of 500 people from 50+ countries all here to discuss global progress in the fight against
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Sophie Durrans 4h
Great to be at meeting with the British High Commissioner to discuss with Lord Trees (vice-chair ), Lord & Lady McColl
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Malaria Consortium 24h
We're excited to be joining up with the conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia tomorrow! We're looking forward to renewing our commitment to reaching people affected by in collaboration with partners around the world. See you soon, Addis!
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Malaria Consortium Sep 22
Today marks the start of Week! Malaria Consortium is striving to contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals () by 2030. Read about some of the key ways our programmes are contributing to global efforts:
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The Global Goals Sep 22
It's begun! Raise your voice to drive progress and make this the most successful Week yet! 🥳
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Malaria Consortium Sep 21
Our own is in this week visiting working to and !
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Malaria Consortium Sep 20
What’s possible when we invest in young people’s potential? Read what Bill and Melinda Gates have to say, dig into the report, and learn about the world’s progress.
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Zaeem Haq Sep 17
In this week where teams are helping strengthen surveillance, community engagement and scale up child health services across the country through technologies
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Malaria Consortium Sep 19
Antibiotic resistance is a growing global threat. Our new study in Bangladesh is testing a new community-based approach to fighting it Read more:
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Malaria Consortium Sep 19
Progress is possible- these Goalkeepers around the world are leading the way. coming this September 26th.
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Malaria Consortium Sep 18
What can be done to halt the spread of ? Read our advocacy report to learn more about our approach to controlling and reducing the disease's impact:
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Malaria Consortium Sep 18
We agree with our friends at and that it's time for a to ensure awareness of this growing disease exists around the world. Sign the open letter to the now:
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Malaria Consortium Sep 18
A new generation of heroes, driven by the , are making progress possible. This is .
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Malaria Consortium Sep 18
Poor health worker performance is a well-documented obstacle to quality service provision. A pilot study explored the use of text messages to reinforce classroom training on in pregnancy. Learn more 👇
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Malaria Consortium Sep 18
We're looking for a Communications Officer to join our External Relations team in London! Read more and apply:
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Malaria Consortium Sep 17
Two new students have been awarded the Dr Sylvia Meek scholarship in entomology at ! Read more 👇
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Malaria Consortium Sep 14
Eliminating in the Asia Pacific is within our grasp, but it could slip without new funding. We welcome this innovative new partnership to increase integrated financing for health in the region
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Malaria Consortium Sep 12
The fight against is one we can win. Through the , has contributed towards 17 million mosquito nets distributed to prevent malaria in 2017. Find out what your constituency has contributed here:
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Malaria Consortium Sep 12
We're proud to partner with the in the fight against Their partnerships across the world have saved an incredible 27 million lives since 2002! Read their 2018 report:
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