An interview with Dr Melanie Renshaw, Chief Policy Officer of the RBM Partnership to End Malaria, to discuss progress against malaria, the funding gap and how access to core malaria interventions will be maintained during the COVID pandemic.
The Strategic Communications Partner Committee wants to align the global malaria community with key messaging to catalyse action. I speak with Xenya Scanlon, the committee’s manager, at the time of their Annual Meeting.
Ms Mordaunt tells me about the UK’s efforts to fight malaria, the Commonwealth and the level of collaboration between DFID and the Gates Foundation.
Political attitudes are vital to the success of malaria elimination efforts. Jeremy Lefroy’s responsibility is to inform other Parliamentarians about the disease.
Annemarie Quinn and Code Sangala speak to me about their charity, Music Against Malaria. They’re currently touring Malawi to raise money for the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre.
Joining me today is Rob Mather, the CEO of the Against Malaria Foundation. The foundation funds anti-malaria nets, specifically long-lasting insecticidal nets, LLINs.
Margaret Reilly McDonnell, the Executive Director of Nothing But Nets discusses the importance of mosquito nets, the growing issue of insecticide resistance and cuts to foreign aid.
In this episode of Five Minutes, we speak with Thomas Stewart, a Programme Manager from The Mentor Initiative. He tells us about his work in malaria control and why it’s now more important than ever to eliminate malaria.