RBMP

(redirected from Roll Back Malaria Partnership)
AcronymDefinition
RBMPRiver Basin Management Plan
RBMPRiver Basin Management Programme (EU and China)
RBMPRoll Back Malaria Partnership
RBMPRegional Business Meeting Point (Slovenia)
RBMPRotating Basin Monitoring Program (Oklahoma)
RBMPRecommended Best Management Practices (various organizations and companies)
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Maha Barakat is a member of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership Board.
[15] These challenges have raised concerns as to whether the Roll Back Malaria partnership target will be met in 2015.
In an interview in Geneva, Roll Back Malaria Partnership Executive Director Dr.
There are many actors in the global fight against malaria, but we have one global plan the Global Malaria Action Plan (GMAP) and a solid coordinating mechanism in the Roll Back Malaria Partnership. These two elements are the foundation of our progress and success; they provide a road map for success and evidence that our goals are feasible given the right resources and commitment.
The fight against malaria has forged one of the most effective initiatives in global public health -the Roll Back Malaria Partnership. The World Health Organization's World Malaria Report 2011 indicates that with increased coordination and focus on defeating the disease in the last decade, 43 malaria?endemic countries worldwide have reported declines in malaria cases by 50% or more compared to the year 2000.
A report by the Roll Back Malaria Partnership finds progress is finally being made in cutting malaria deaths, especially among children in Africa.
We also have a global plan - the Global Malaria Action Plan (GMAP) - and a solid coordinating mechanism in the Roll Back Malaria Partnership, which together provide both a roadmap for success and evidence that our goals are feasible given the right resources and commitment.
Insecticide treated (ITNs) nets have now become an integral component of global malaria control programmes and Roll Back Malaria Partnership.4 Literature review shows ITN efficacy against exposure to mosquitoes and, therefore, a decrease in both the number of cases and malarial mortality.2
Summary: The emirate of Abu Dhabi announced on Wednesday it will donate $25 million over 5 years to an organization dedicated to eradicating malaria, the Roll Back Malaria Partnership (RBM).
The United Nations-backed Roll Back Malaria Partnership said 1.63 million Zimbabweans were at increased risk of contracting malaria after usual prevention measures were neglected by health workers busy trying to contain a cholera epidemic.
"Malaria may not appear to be a top-tier problem, but tackling it once and for all is a top-tier solution to some of the most daunting global issues of our time," said Awa Marie Coll-Seck, executive director of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership.