At Malaria No More, we envision a world where no child dies from a mosquito bite. We use our innovative partnerships and focused advocacy to elevate malaria on the global health agenda, create political will and mobilize the global resources required to achieve malaria eradication within a generation.
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FUNDING

Global partners have raised funding to fight malaria to unprecedented levels - over $2.5 billion per year - which has been responsible for dramatic progress. However, we still fall short of the estimated $5.1 billion per year that would be required to protect all 3.4 billion people living at risk of malaria, while investing in new tools to finish the fight.

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Donor Governments

Several countries - led by the US, UK, Australia, Japan, and others, provide direct financial and technical assistance to endemic countries for their fight against malaria. This bilateral country-to-country assistance allows governments to purchase more commodities, train more health workers, and build stronger health systems than they would be able to do through domestic financing alone. Funding has grown dramatically since 2000, but still doesn't fill all of the gaps in some of the hardest-hit countries.

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UNITED STATES

Through the President's Malaria Initiative, the U.S. provided over $600 million for malaria interventions in 19 focus countries in Africa and to the Greater Mekong Subregion in 2013.

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UNITED KINGDOM

Assistance from the UK's Department for International Development (DfID) to priority countries for malaria programming, health systems strengthening, and research reached £285 million in 2013.

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Key Donor Institutions

In addition to bilateral assistance, the global community has come together to pool funding in multilateral institutions and direct it to the global malaria fight. The largest funder of malaria control and elimination is the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. The World Bank has also been a key funder of malaria programs, mainly through its Booster Program for Malaria Control in Africa, which provided over $700 million to priority countries.

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GLOBAL FUND TO FIGHT AIDS, TB AND MALARIA

Learn more about how the Global Fund channels funds to malaria programming, including its New Funding Model rolled out in 2014.

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WORLD BANK

The World Bank helps countries fund their malaria work and learn best practices.

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ENDEMIC COUNTRY COMMITMENTS

In most malaria-endemic countries, the disease is diagnosed and treated primarly at government health facilities or by community health workers, at low or no cost to patients. Though each country is different and resources are scarce, endemic countries' own funding for malaria programs continues to grow.

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CAMEROON

Cameroon is increasing its government spending to ensure the country maintains universal access to bednets in 2014-2016

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INDONESIA

Indonesian government funding for malaria more than doubled between 2007-2012, and is expected to more than double again by 2015.

PRIVATE AND PHILANTROPIC FUNDERS

High net worth individuals, corporations and foundations also contribute to the fight against malaria - from funding small-scale community and workplace programs, to multi-million-dollar research portfolios, as well as contributions to the Global Fund. Private and philanthropic partners reflect the truly global nature of the fight, spanning businesses and individuals from every corner of the world.

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The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation provides crucial financial and strategic support to organizations dedicated to malaria eradication.

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The Wellcome Trust provides $25 million a year in Research & Development contributions, funding which is critical to developing new malaria tools and strategies.

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