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Medigo Infographic - Mortality and causes of death: 2015 and 2030

September 30, 2016 - 09:02 -- Ingeborg van Schayk

This infographic displays data from the World Health Organization’s “Projections of mortality and causes of death, 2015 and 2030”. The report details all deaths in 2015 by cause and makes predictions for 2030, giving an impression of how global health will develop over the next 14 years. Also featured is data from geoba.se showing how life expectancy will change between now and 2030.
 
All percentages shown have been calculated relative to projected changes in population growth.

 

Message from the newly elected Chair of the RBM Partnership Board

June 17, 2016 - 07:24 -- Ingeborg van Schayk

Dear Partners and Friends,

After a period of extensive consultation, the RBM Board agreed at its 29th Meeting in December 2015 on a new governance architecture. This included the establishment of a reconstituted Partnership Board, which could take advantage of the tremendous skill, energy and effectiveness of its partners and lead the organization into a new era.

ACT Consortium: Free resources to develop malaria diagnosis and treatment interventions

May 6, 2016 - 06:32 -- Ingeborg van Schayk

 

ACT Consortium launches free resources for malaria community 
 

On World Malaria Day, ACT Consortium researchers launched five resources to help guide those working in malaria endemic countries.

25 April 2016 - WHO Report Eliminating Malaria

April 29, 2016 - 10:09 -- Ingeborg van Schayk

In May 2015, the World Health Assembly endorsed a new Global Technical Strategy for Malaria. The strategy includes ambitious goals for malaria control and elimination in the next 15-year period. A key target: eliminating malaria in at least 10 countries by 2020. According to a new analysis from WHO, this goal can be achieved – and surpassed.

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