Our Partners

Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs (JHU-CCP)

Malaria Consortium Uganda

Catholic Relief Services


London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

IPA (International Procurement Agency)


National Malaria Control Programs in our Partner Countries:

Government of Senegal National Malaria Control Program

Republic of Uganda National Malaria Control Program

Federal Ministry of Health, Nigeria National Malaria Control Programme


Other Leaders in Malaria Programs and Research:

Roll Back Malaria Partnership
Learn more about the vital work of the Roll Back Partnership and discover the site's many useful resources, including links to the RBM Monitoring and Evaluation Reference Group, the Harmonization Working Group, the Malaria Advocacy Working Group, The Alliance for Malaria Prevention, and many more.

Voices for a Malaria Free Future - advocacy resources and online photo gallery

World Health Organization – Malaria

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria

President's Malaria Initiative (PMI)


Toolkits and Resources:

The Alliance for Malaria Prevention (AMP) Toolkit for mass distribution campaigns to increase coverage and use of long-lasting insecticide-treated nets (Second Edition 2012 Version 2.0): English PDF (8MB)   French PDF (8MB)

Malaria in Pregnancy Resource Package from JHPIEGO

The Spot On Malaria Guide to developing radio spots (2005)


The Roll Back Malaria Toolbox, highlights include:

ITN Tracking Toolkit (MACEPA)

LLIN Distribution Systems Toolkit (MACEPA)

Communication and Social Mobilization Package (PMI)

Malaria Community Competency Package (MACEPA)

The IFRC Malaria Toolkit - for volunteers and community agents. Comprises malaria prevention, LLIN distribution and Hang-Up, BCC, and Supervision


Other Resources of Interest:

Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute 
Malaria experts from around the world are working together at JHMRI in a multidisciplinary approach to understanding the Plasmodium parasite, the mosquito and the genes and proteins involved in the transmission of malaria.

Malaria Journal
Malaria Journal is an Open Access, peer-reviewed, online journal that aims to serve as a communication focal point for malariologists while maintaining up-to-date links about meetings, initiatives and events.