Domestic funding for malaria in Asia Pacific has doubled since 2012. We must maintain this momentum and ensure financial and programmatic sustainability of malaria interventions in every country.
Through a tailored engagement strategy with governments, The Alliance works to demonstrate the economic case for malaria elimination linking it to broader health and economic goals. Financing for Universal Health Coverage and social health insurance schemes must include funds for communicable diseases, including malaria.
At the same time, external grant funding is still critical for malaria elimination in the region, and engage with partners and countries for it to be maintained, and/or gradually transitioned.
Malaria Elimination in Melanesia and Timor-Leste
An additional 25 million USD Global Fund allocation to incentivize acceleration of efforts toward malaria elimination in Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Timor-Leste.
A brand and a movement that engages Asia Pacific’s most reputable local conglomerates and its consumers to raise awareness and funds for malaria elimination<strong>. </strong>