MNM

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MNMEminem (rapper)
MNMMini Network Monitor
MNMMulti Network Manager
MNMMarker Name Mapping
MNMMicrosoft Netmeeting
MNMMalaria No More (advocacy)
MNMMitsubishi Nagasaki Machinery (Japan)
MNMModeling and Methodology
MNMMuseum of New Mexico
MNMManufactured Nanomaterial
MNMMobile Network Management
MNMMercury, Nitro, Melina (wrestling)
MNMMenominee, MI, USA - Twin County Airport (Airport Code)
MNMMagnet-Less Non-Reciprocal Metamaterial (microwaves)
MNMMuziek en Meer (Dutch: Music and More; radio station)
MNMMulti-Network Manager (Globesoft)
MNMMaster of Non-Profit Management
MNMMetal and Non-Metal (aka: M/Nm)
MNMManagement Mode (Cisco)
MNMMetromail Neighborhood Management
MNMMetromail Neighborhood March
MNMMean Number of Class Methods
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-- Earlier this year, Abbott announced its support of a partnership between the government of the eastern Indian state of Odisha and Malaria No More, which provides technology, expertise and funding support to advance efforts to end malaria in the state.
In collaboration with Malaria No More and the government of Odisha, Abbott is supplying 1 million rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) and technical expertise to strengthen Odisha's malaria detection and surveillance system.
Together with Malaria No More, we're looking forward to advancing this important work and to further building out Odisha's surveillance and data collection capacity.
To increase the impact of Odisha's success model, in August 2018, Malaria No More entered into an agreement with the government of Odisha to provide technical assistance to the Odisha Vector Borne Disease Control Program (VBDCP) and support overall strategy development.
Malaria No More is working with Odisha's VBDCP to strengthen malaria surveillance and reporting; improve data-driven decision making and enhance private health sector reporting of malaria; and create compelling health education and behavior-change campaigns.
Launched in September 2013, Malaria No More's Power of One campaign is supported by Novartis as the exclusive treatment sponsor.
"After only a year, thanks to the generosity of the global public and Novartis associates, we have been able to meet our goal of raising three million treatments for children in Zambia," said Martin Edlund, CEO, Malaria No More. "This is a great achievement but we need to continue the fight and help ensure no child dies from malaria due to lack of a one dollar treatment."
Novartis supports Malaria No More's Power of One campaign, which was initiated in September last year, as the exclusive treatment sponsor.
Martin Edlund, CEO, Malaria No More, added : "After only a year, thanks to the generosity of the global public and Novartis associates, we have been able to meet our goal of raising three million treatments for children in Zambia.
Thanks to the continued efforts of Novartis in partnership with Malaria No More's Power of One campaign, the company says that two million treatments of its pediatric antimalarial are coming to Zambia.
Novartis announced today that two million treatments of its pediatric antimalarial are arriving in Zambia thanks to the ongoing efforts of the company in collaboration with Malaria No More's Power of One campaign.