RBM Advocacy for Resource Mobilization (ARM) Guide
Developed by the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership's Malaria Advocacy Working Group, the aim of the RBM Advocacy for Resource Mobilization (ARM) Guide is to provide malaria stakeholders in endemic countries with an advocacy implementation guide, case studies and tools to assist them with mobilizing resources for malaria control and elimination at the country level.
The Roll Back Malaria Communication Community of Practice brings social and behavior change (SBCC) implementing partners, national malaria control programs, donors, USAID and Presidents Malaria Initiative (PMI) staff, research institutions, and private sector organizations together to further the implementation of the the Strategic Framework for Malaria Communication at the Country Level.
Rolling Back Malaria in member states of The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation
128 million malaria cases and 453,000 deaths in OIC countries in 2010.
RBM Annual Report 2013
We have come a long way since malaria was first placed on the global agenda, but the job is far from finished. The push to roll back malaria needs to continue, so that a maximum number of malaria-endemic countries reach the MDGs. Beyond 2015, it needs to stay on the bold path, charted in the Global Malaria Action Plan, to near zero global malaria deaths and disease elimination.
Senegal's Push and Pull Combination Strategy
Continuous LLIN Distribution Lessons in Brief No. 10
Piloting School Net Distribution in Mainland Tanzania
Malaria Implementation Guidance in support of the preparation of Concept Notes for the Global Fund
RBM Harmonization Working Group