Links to Malaria Organizations

Links to Malaria Organizations

  • WHO – World Health Organization | Chartered by the United Nations in 1948, WHO works worldwide to promote health, keep the world safe, and serve the vulnerable. WHO supports research, prevention, and vaccination.
  • AMP – Alliance for Malaria Prevention | The Alliance for Malaria Prevention was established in 2004. AMP partners assist and advocate for country-specific support to plan and implement Insecticide Treated Nets (ITN) distribution.
  • PMI – President’s Malaria Initiative | We are the U.S. government’s largest program leading the fight against malaria. Since 2006, together with its partners, PMI has saved millions of lives–most of them pregnant women and young children–and contributed to substantial gains in education, productivity, and economic development.
  • MPI – Malaria Partners International | Focus for MPI is advocacy within endemic countries, education through presentations, strategic partnerships and small grants programs.
  • MPAG – Malaria Policy Advisory Group (Part of World Health Organization) | MPAG provides independent, strategic advice to WHO on all technical areas relating to malaria control and elimination. MPAG brings together some of the world’s foremost experts on malaria, and convenes twice a year in Geneva.
  • CDC – Center for Disease Control | Another resource for malaria information.
    https://www.cdc.gov/parasites/malaria/index.html
  • GMC – Finish the Fight Against Malaria Global Malaria Congress | The two-day Congress in 2023 brought respected malaria experts, governments, NGO’s, corporates, Rotarians and non-Rotarians together in Melbourne, Australia; to share, educate and discuss how to Finish the Fight Against Malaria.
  • AMF – Against Malaria Foundation (Africa) | Raises funds for Bed nets. 
  • NMCP – National Malaria Control Program | Google “National Malaria Control Program” and the country you want information on. This program is specific to each country with malaria and is operated by each country’s Ministry of Health. Key partners include USAID, World Health Organization, the Roll Back Malaria Partnership, and the World Bank.
  • MNM – Malaria No More | Serves as a leading advocacy voice to increase and sustain significant U.S. investment through the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
  • Malaria No More UK | We bring together unifying and impactful communications, campaigns and partnerships, driving advocacy to end malaria for good, working with supporting partners.
  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. | This Foundation together with its partners fights malaria by working to expand access to existing tools, using data to better track and target the disease, advancing research on potentially transformative innovations, and advocating for others to join in the effort to end malaria.
  • NIAID (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases) | The Malaria Research Program (MRP) of NIAID seeks fundamental knowledge about the interactions of malaria parasites with the human host and the mosquito vectors that transmit them and to apply this knowledge to prevent disease, enhance health, and improve the quality of life in malaria endemic areas.
  • USAID: United States Agency for International Development | USAID engages with global partners through multi-stakeholder forums such as the RBM Partnership to End Malaria and works closely with bilateral and multi-donor partners such as the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. USAID also invests in research and development of malaria vaccines and new antimalarial drugs and insecticide-based mosquito control tools.  USAID funds the President’s Malaria Initiative.
  • PAHO/WHO – Pan American Health Organization | Their Plan of Action for Malaria Elimination 2021-2025 has been developed in consultation with countries and regional partners as a framework of reference to guide the efforts of countries and the contributions of donors and partners towards elimination of the disease in the Americas.            
  • RBM Roll Back Malaria; Partnership to End Malaria | The RBM Partnership is the global platform for coordinated action against malaria. It mobilizes for action and resources and forges consensus among partners. The Partnership is comprised of more than 500 partners committed to end malaria, including malaria endemic countries, their bilateral and multilateral development partners, the private sector, nongovernmental and community-based organizations, foundations, and research and academic institutions.
  • Global Fund to Fight HIV, TB and Malaria | The Global Fund is a worldwide partnership to defeat HIV, TB and malaria and ensure a healthier, safer, more equitable future for all. We raise and invest more than US$5 billion a year to fight the deadliest infectious diseases, challenge the injustice that fuels them, and strengthen health systems and pandemic preparedness in more than 100 of the hardest hit countries.
  • Malaria Consortium | A. recognized implementer at scale of evidence-based program.  Received Independent Research Organization status in 2020. The two-day Congress in 2023 brought respected malaria experts, governments, NGO’s, corporates, Rotarians and non-Rotarians together in Melbourne, Australia; to share, educate and discuss how to Finish the Fight Against Malaria.
  • Malaria Control and Elimination Partnership in Africa (MACEPA) | MACEPA works with national programs to plan, implement, and evaluate a tailored package of interventions to reduce the burden of malaria and accelerate elimination efforts across a variety of transmission settings.
  • Health Campaign Effectiveness, a program of The Task Force for Global Health | The Task Force consists of programs and focus areas that cover a range of global health issues
  • Isdell:Flowers Malaria Initiative | Committed to malaria elimination through community mobilization along the shared borders of Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Composed of partner organizations working in coordination with National Malaria Control Programs in these countries.
  • World Vision and Catholic Relief Services are very large faith-based NGO’s with malaria programming, along with other global health issues. They partner with Ministries of Health and National Malaria Programs in many countries.
  • Malaria World | Malaria World is the world’s free global knowledge and information service for malaria professionals with 11.000 members from 140 countries. Sign-up today for the MW newsletter
  • ALMA | The African Leaders Malaria Alliance is a groundbreaking coalition of African Union Heads of State and Government working across African countries with various partners including Regional Economic Communities and development partners to eliminate malaria by 2030.