The RBM Partnership to End Malaria is the largest global platform for coordinated action towards a world free from malaria. It is comprised of over 500 partners - from community health worker groups and researchers developing new tools, to malaria-affected and donor countries, businesses and international organisations.
The world has witnessed unprecedented progress in the fight against malaria, yet history demonstrates that the risk of malaria resurgence is real if political commitment weakens, funding wanes or technical challenges go unaddressed. Sustained investment will be required to maintain progress, avoid losing the gains of recent years and advance the malaria elimination agenda.
Since its inception in 1998, the RBM Partnership has played a critical role in global efforts that reduced malaria deaths by half and saved 10.6 million lives. The Partnership is now committed to building on these significant gains and ending malaria for good.
RBM has worked across the field of malaria eradication by helping to build public awareness, aggregate and share technical information with a system of global stakeholders, and mobilize funding
The RBM Partnership aligns and supports malaria affected countries, donors and other partner organizations to achieve internationally agreed targets for malaria control and elimination, map resource requirements and gaps, and lead in the mobilization of resources.
The Partnership is composed of a multitude of Partners that join the Partnership on a voluntary basis through their commitment to the Vision of a world free of malaria