CCP Celebrates Partners in the Fight Against Malaria

On World Malaria Day, CCP’s Voices for a Malaria-Free Future celebrates the success of United Against Malaria (UAM), a diverse team of partners harnessing momentum to end malaria deaths worldwide. We honor champions like Yvonne Chaka Chaka, South African superstar and Roll Back Malaria Goodwill

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U.S. Funding for Malaria Control to Hold Steady in 2013

There’s good news on the global malaria front. Despite financial constraints in Washington, the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate have upheld commitments to malaria control spending in the 2013 fiscal year, passing bills that will continue to fund efforts to save lives. Last

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African Private Sector Partners Help Voices Fight Malaria

JHU∙CCP’s Voices III: Malaria Powerbrokers project has demonstrated that the private sector is a necessary partner in the fight against malaria. Voices III, a two-year, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation-funded project, seeks to mobilize political and popular support for malaria control with the help of

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Bill Gates: Innovation will Pave Way to Malaria Eradication

Four years ago, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation hosted its first Malaria Forum, engaging hundreds of leading scientists, health advocates, policy makers and government leaders in a three-day discussion about malaria, one of the world’s oldest and deadliest diseases. Since then, measured progress—bolstered by

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Ghana National Unity Games Athletes Unite Against Malaria

For years the National Unity Games have provided Ghana’s preeminent young athletes an ideal setting for competition, fraternity and cultural celebration. The annual ten-day event now also raises support for malaria control, thanks to an effort by the United Against Malaria partnership, the National Sports

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Ugandans Fight Malaria with Cell Phones

Every day in Africa, cell phones are used to connect hundreds of millions of people, share information among businesses and transfer bank funds from one end of the continent to the other. Now they are being used to empower health advocates to combat an age-old

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