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The Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI) at UCSF works with countries and regions to accelerate progress towards global malaria eradication.
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MEI Oct 7
“Whether or not we succeed is a matter of political will… On behalf of Singapore, we will support these initiatives and commit to helping make the world a healthier place.” -Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan, Singapore Minister for Foreign Affairs
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Asia Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance Oct 7
“The expertise and technology to eradicate is now available here in the region.” Dr Singapore’s Minister for Foreign Affairs |
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MEI Oct 7
LIVESTREAM: Join us for the Asia Pacific launch of Commission on in Singapore with at 2pm GMT+8 TODAY. Watch here:
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MEI Sep 12
A lively panel discussion on how to strengthen health systems and leave no one behind at Commission on London launch Read:
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TIME Sep 9
It's "ambitious" — but possible — to eradicate malaria by 2050, according to a landmark report
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PMI Sep 11
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Malaria Consortium Sep 12
We’re at Commission on event in London to hear from the report authors and the Commission’s findings
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MEI Sep 12
"Things always seem impossible until they are done." Professor Linda Yueh quotes Nelson Mandela at the London launch of the seminal report by Commission on Read:
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MEI Sep 12
Listen live: Join Linda Yueh, Elizabeth Chizema, Scott Filler, Richard Kamwi, and Ken Staley in a discussion on galvanizing the political will and finance for
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Matthew Rycroft Sep 9
Today has published a report on their ambition to tackle This is a great opportunity to recognise the brilliant work has done to fight this disease In 2017, alongside we treated 108m for .
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MEI Sep 12
. Commission on is live! Tune in now for a conversation with key experts on technical challenges and solutions, moderated by Professor Charlotte Watts. Watch: Read
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The Lancet Sep 12
Replying to @IGHSatUCSF
“We sought for opportunities to accelerate current progress & bend the curve to achieve no on the planet. We identified numerous opportunities” Sir Richard Feachem, Commission Chair
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The Lancet Sep 12
Replying to @GlobalFund
The Commission advocates for an additional US$2 billion to be made available annually for . The replenishment is a major opportunity - Richard Feachem, Chair
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The Lancet Sep 12
Replying to @UN
“Malaria eradication will strongly drive us towards achieving the and achieving for all” - Richard Feachem, Commission Chair
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The Lancet Sep 12
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MEI Sep 11
Join in a live discussion about Commission on ! Tomorrow, Thurs Sept 12, 1:30 pm UK time Watch live: With & more!
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MEI Sep 9
The seminal report of Commission on was shared with a packed room at the forum on today, with Director-General sharing his vision for a malaria-free world.
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The Lancet Sep 9
A report by Commission on highlights three ways to further bend the curve to ensure that the world is -free by 2050 or sooner
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Malaria No More Sep 8
Malaria No More welcomes new Commission report finding that, with the right tools, actions and increased funding, is possible within a generation.
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Ray Chambers Sep 9
will not be eradicated under a business as usual approach. I applaud for outlining specific, time-bound actions required by the global community to see the goal of achieved within a generation
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