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WHO is undertaking a consultative process to solicit inputs into a prioritization framework for the research and development (R&D) of malaria health products. A draft report “Analysis of Malaria R&D Priorities” identifies five key challenges that represent threats or barriers to achieving the WHO Global Technical Strategy for Malaria 2016–2030 goals. This early copy of the report is being shared at a time when WHO is exploring how best to guide and support the development of priority solutions to meet public health needs.
WHO welcomes feedback on this draft report until 28 February 2019, including the correction of errors or omissions, updates to product development pipelines, and perspectives on the approach to prioritization.
MESA co-hosting a critical global gathering in response to the latest disease reality and future innovation and financing needs
The MESA Alliance is set to co-host an invite-only scientific symposium entitled, “Innovate for Collective Impact to End Malaria”, on Friday, January 11, 2019, at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, DC, USA. Its core objective is to frame a response to the 2018 World Malaria Report and to develop innovative approaches to collectively bridge critical issues in malaria eradication spanning research, financing, and implementation.
April 20th - Plenary session 6
The plenary speakers were introduced by Professor Oumar Gaye from the University Cheikh Anta Diop, Senegal, and President of the MIM Organising Committee.
Presentation: When will we have a Licenced malaria vaccine?
April 19th - Plenary session 5
The plenary session was chaired by Prof. Ogabara Doumbo of MRTC, Mali who introduced the speakers.
April 18th - Plenary session 4
Presentation: Insecticide resistance in African malaria vectors: how worried should we be?
April 17th - Plenary session 3
April 16th - Plenary session 2
Dakar II, Two Decades of Progress, Challenges and Perspectives in Ending Malaria
MESA Correspondents bring you the cutting edge coverage from the 7th Multilateral Initiative on Malaria (MIM) Pan African Malaria Conference.