Commitment to Action

Malaria Competence: Community Competence Project

Commitment by

Roll Back Malaria Partnership

In 2006, the Roll Back Malaria Partnership (RBM) committed to foster a community-driven response to fight malaria, increasing access to and use of current malaria interventions. The project seeks to strengthen capacity in the twelve countries that have successfully started the Malaria Competence Process, and to scale up the process with an additional 30 countries over the course of three years (10 countries per year).
To date, the RBM has initiated NGO mobilization around Community Systems Strengthening (CSS) activities through malaria Global Fund applications initiated with round 9 (2009). In support of such applications, a consensus toolkit was developed for promotion by the RBM Harmonization Working Group through Global Fund round 10 and NSA.

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Commitment

Malaria Competence: Community Competence Project

Launched

2006

Est. Duration

3 years

Estimated Total Value

$3,000,000

Region

Northern America

Countries

Global

Commitment by

Roll Back Malaria Partnership

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

World Vision International, Inc., Lutheran World Relief (LWR), International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Society, UNICEF, International HIV/AIDS Alliance, The Constellation, Malaria Consortium