Part of the Roll Back Malaria Progress & Impact Series, this report demonstrates the dramatic successes achieved by the malaria community over the past ten years. As a result of greater commitment and increased resources being made available to national malaria control programs, interventions have reached vulnerable populations and thousands of lives have been saved. The report details the evolution and effectiveness of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership over the years, demonstrating how a strong, well-organized community can help deliver broad health benefits while relieving overburdened health systems.
Author(s): White Johansson EW, Newby H, Carvajal L, et al
Corporate author(s): United Nations Children’s Fund, PATH, World Health Organization, Tulane University, RBM Partnership Secretariat
Publication date: September 2011
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Also known as: Dix Ans de Partenariat et Résultats
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This publication is part of the series Roll Back Malaria Progress & Impact Series
Related regions: Global
See also: Emerging and epidemic diseases > Malaria
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