The Second Global Malaria Action Plan (GMAP2) will cover the timeframe 2016-2025.
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The GMAP2 will provide a global framework for action around which partners can coordinate their efforts to control and eliminate malaria. It is being developed to guide the financing and implementation of the Global Technical Strategy.
The GMAP2 will be a practical, multisectoral, action-oriented document to accelerate progress towards malaria elimination goals. It will showcase innovations in how to engage new stakeholders, mobilize additional resources and overcome common implementation bottlenecks. Moreover, GMAP2 will serve as a major advocacy instrument for the achievement of a malaria-free world.
The crafting of the GMAP2 has used a highly participatory approach, and in October, the GMAP2 website and social media networks are open for your inputs on the draft GMAP2 and how to strengthen multisectoral action in the fight against malaria. Go here for further information http://www.gmap2.org/english/home.
The process is being overseen by the GMAP2 Task Force, and closely coordinated with the elaboration of the WHO Global Technical Strategy for Malaria. The Roll Back Malaria Partnership (RBM) contracted Swiss TPH and Deloitte Consulting LLP to guide the process of developing GMAP2.