The Partnership Board is the governing body of the Partnership and leads the Partnership in the drive towards achieving the vision through its strategies and associated operational plans.
In June 2016, the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership named a new board to lead the global organization into a new era and drive momentum to end malaria for good. Read message from the newly elected Chair of the RBM Partnership Board.
This new Partnership Board includes individuals with deep expertise and experience at a senior decision-making level as well as representation from across the Partnership, including malaria-affected countries, private sector, civil society, donor funding organisations, and entities outside the malaria and health sectors, civil society and donors.
In confirming the result of the vote the outgoing Board Chair the Honorable Victor Makwenge Kaput stated that he believed that the individuals selected:
“represented an impressive group of distinctly qualified individuals who will be well-positioned to take the RBM Partnership to a new level in its evolution.”
The new Board assumed responsibility for leading the Partnership in April 2016 and RBM will agree changes to the architecture of the Partnership at their next meeting planned in June 2016 at which point they are expected to elect a Chair and Vice Chair.