Le Bénin lance la campagne « Zéro Palu ! Je m’engage » et l’initiative « Zéro Palu ! Les entreprises s’engagent » pour en finir avec le paludisme

Le Ministre de la Santé, Pr Benjamin HOUNKPATIN a procédé, ce mardi 17 novembre 2020, au lancement officiel de la campagne « Zéro Palu ! Je m’engage », une initiative de l’Union africaine et du Partenariat RBM pour en finir avec le paludisme. Ce lancement a été couplé avec le lancement de l’Initiative « Zéro Palu ! Les entreprises s’engagent » initiée par le Groupe Ecobank.

President Kenyatta launches national Zero Malaria Starts with Me campaign, strengthening continental leadership towards a malaria-free Africa
Mombasa, 31 October 2020– Today, His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta announced the launch of Kenya’s Zero Malaria Starts with Me campaign, joining the pan-African movement to strengthen local, national, and regional efforts towards a malaria-free Africa.
Malaria elimination finds its rhythm in Sierra Leone
5th October, 2020, Freetown, Sierra Leone Today, 12 talented and committed singers and rappers and champions of the Zero Malaria Starts with Me / Malaria E Don Wan Dae Na Mi Han campaign in Sierra Leone are releasing a song to raise awareness about malaria and to encourage others to join the fight.
Life-saving malaria campaigns on track in the majority of malaria-affected countries despite COVID-19

Geneva, 1 October 2020 – New data confirms that over 90% of life-saving malaria intervention campaigns scheduled for this year are on track across Africa, Asia and the Americas, helping to protect millions from the disease and avoid a severe increase in malaria cases and deaths in the face of significant challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Countries that in recent years either reached or are on the verge of reaching zero malaria cases also are maintaining their focus on eliminating this preventable and treatable disease.

ALMA statement on the launch of the End Malaria Fund in Mozambique
On behalf of ALMA and our Chair, H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta of the Republic of Kenya, I want to congratulate the Republic of Mozambique on the launch of a national end malaria fund. This public-private partnership is an important accomplishment. I applaud the commitment of the Ministry of Health and the government, the private sector, and community leaders for championing the fight against malaria. Since 2000, Mozambique has made significant progress against malaria. However, the work is not yet done.