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Le partenariat Roll Back Malaria (RBM) est le cadre mondial pour une action coordonnée contre le paludisme. Il offre une plateforme neutre pour favoriser le consensus et développer des solutions aux défis liés à la mise en œuvre des interventions et des stratégies de la lutte contre le paludisme. Le partenariat s'efforce de maintenir le paludisme comme une priorité sur l'agenda international. Fort de l'expertise, des ressources et de l'engagement de plus de 500 organismes partenaires, RBM fournit des conseils concernant les politiques à adopter, ainsi qu'un soutien financier et technique pour les efforts de lutte contre le paludisme dans les différents pays.
More on RBM key facts & achievements [en anglais]
- Lead global initiative for forging consensus and for mobilizing and coordinating action and resources in the fight against malaria.
- Over 500 Partners, including all major funders (Global Fund, World Bank, UNITAID, USAID, UK/DFID, France, Gates Foundation, WHO, UNICEF, etc.) and alliances (ALMA, IFRC-AMP, MACEPA, MSF, MIM, etc.) working with endemic countries on malaria prevention and treatment.
- 28-member Board represents all 7 constituencies of Partnership (malaria endemic countries, donor governments, multilateral organizations, foundations, NGOs, private sector, research & academic institutions).
- Parent body for development and launch of Global Malaria Action Plan (GMAP) in September 2008, providing international blueprint for achieving the MDG-plus targets of universal prevention and treatment coverage, sustainable elimination, and - ultimately - eradication of malaria.
- Inclusive thematic mechanisms - subcommittees, working groups, task forces - ensure expert advice and consensus on malaria control strategies and interventions (advocacy, resource mobilization, procurement & supply of commodities, technical assistance, vector control, case management, forecasting of commodity needs, M & E, etc.), as well as tracking of GMAP implementation at global and country levels.
- High level advocacy has driven e.g. creation in 2008 of World Malaria Day (25 April); establishment of African Leaders Malaria Alliance (ALMA) in 2009 and African Parliamentary Forum on Malaria in 2010; United Against Malaria (UAM) campaign in 2010, and annual UN General Assembly resolutions calling on international community to support action against malaria.
- RBM Harmonization Working Group (HWG) assistance to endemic countries to access grants by Global Fund resulted in surge of grant approvals. During 2008-2010, some 55 countries were supported to develop malaria proposals and 64 of 96 (59%) of malaria proposals were successful, for a total of $2.8 billion over the first 2 years.
- Innovative funding and supply mechanisms conceived for accelerating access to commodities, e.g. Affordable Medicines Facility for Malaria (AFMm), a global ACT subsidy managed by the Global Fund; Assured Artemisinin Supply System (A2S2), funded by UNITAID and implemented by a consortium of RBM Partners; NetGuarantee, launched by Malaria No More, guarantees payments to manufacturers to advance procurement and accelerate delivery of mosquito bednets; "SMS for Life" pilot project aims to reduce stockouts of essential malarial treatments in district health facilities.
- Over 326 million LLINs procured and distributed in countries during 2009-2011. Significant progress in provision of ACT treatments, Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS), Rapid Diagnostic Tests (RDT), and Intermittent Preventive Treatment (IPT) for pregnant women and infants.
- Endemic countries supported to develop strategic plans for GMAP implementation. 47 countries or territories in sub-Saharan Africa developed roadmaps to achieve the GMAP targets. Adoption by ECOWAS of regional strategic plan for malaria control and by SADC of Malaria Elimination 8 (E8) initiative. Promotion of cross-border collaboration featured launch of Trans-Zambezi, Trans-Kunene & MOZIZA initiatives.
- Malaria Eradication Research Agenda (malERA) published in 2011 to establish Ramp;&D agenda targeting the malaria parasite, followed by launch of Malaria Eradication Scientific Alliance (MESA) in 2012 to support research projects critical to malaria eradication.
- World Malaria Report 2012 notes high impact of control interventions on malaria cases and deaths in a lengthening list of countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Of 99 countries with ongoing transmission in 2011, 11 are in the pre-elimination phase, 10 in the elimination phase, and 5 in the prevention of re-introduction phase. 1.1 million deaths and 274 million cases averted during 2001-2010 due to malaria control and treatment interventions.
Photos les plus recents sur RBM Flickr
The Roll back Malaria Partnership and the UN Award Yvonne Chaka Chaka
30 November 2010, Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA
Le lancement du rapport RBM "Focus sur le Sénégal"
4 novenbre, Dakar, SENEGAL
African Ambassadors' event in Geneva
4 June Geneva, Switzerland
United Against Malaria Dinner
Geneva, 13 May 2010
La 18ème Réunion du Conseil du Partenariat
Genève, 13 mai 2010
Exhibition opening on Impact of Malaria: "Malaria: Blood, Sweat and Tears", New York, 21 April 2010
RBM and The Global Fund sign Memorandum of Understanding
Geneva 8 April 2010
Le Professeur Awa Marie Coll-Seck lors du lancement du Rapport Le financement et l'utilisation des ressources des pays
Paris, 18 mars 2010
Prof Awa Marie Coll-Seck Pau Forum des donateurs de l'EMA
à Barcelone le 15 mars 2010
Abou-Dabi fait un don de 25 millions d'US$ au Partenariat mondial contre le paludisme
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