This report, the first in the Roll Back Malaria Progress & Impact Series, confirms that investment in malaria control is rapidly saving lives and reaping far-reaching benefits for countries. The report demonstrates that without sustained and predictable long-term funding, the significant contribution of malaria control toward achievement of the five Millennium Development Goals that are closely tied to malaria control, as well as progress toward achieving the 2010 Abuja target of universal intervention coverage, could be reversed.

Author(s): Johansson EW, Cibulskis R, Steketee R

Corporate author(s): United Nations Children’s Fund, World Health Organization, PATH

Publication date: March 2010

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Malaria Funding & Resource Utilization [French]

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Also known as: Lutte Contre le Paludisme : Financement et Utilisation des Ressources : Les Dix Premieres Annees du Partenariat RBM

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This publication is part of the series Roll Back Malaria Progress & Impact Series

Related regions: Africa

See also: Emerging and epidemic diseases > Malaria

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