Action and Investment to Defeat Malaria 2016–2030 (AIM)

10 July 2015

Developed by the Roll Back Malaria Partnership, Action and Investment to Defeat Malaria 2016–2030 (AIM) is a clarion call and a guide for collective action for all those engaged in the fight against malaria. The result of an extensive consultative process, AIM complements the WHO Global Technical Strategy for Malaria 2016–2030 by positioning malaria in the wider development agenda. It illustrates how reducing and eliminating malaria creates healthier, more equitable and prosperous societies, and promotes a broadly inclusive and multisectoral response.


Malaria MDG target surpassed

06 July 2015

The United Nation's MDG report, launched on July 6 2015, showcases gains against malaria in the last 15 years.


Indian researchers identify compound that could cure drug-resistant malaria

05 July 2015

Compound 12, a molecule identified by Indian researchers that shows promise against drug-resistant malaria, could enter clinical trials with support from the Medicine for Malaria Venture (MMV).


PNG's Pacific Games commitment may compromise development

01 July 2015

The director of think-tank Papua New Guinea Affairs Institute says that the millennium development goals (MDGs) may not be met this year because funding has focused on executing the Pacific Games that will take place through July.


Rising momentum for 2030 malaria eradication

30 June 2015

Investing in the malaria fight is not just one of the best buys in global health or an essential path to helping end extreme poverty and better global health security, it is also a matter of justice and equity, says Dr. Alan Magill, Director of the Gates Malaria Programme.