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In 2021, three virtual events replaced the annual face-to-face meeting of the Working Group

Mon, 28-6-2021

General Information

List of Participants
Brief Update MSWG

Session 1 - Review of MSWG activities, reflection and refreshed focus

Recording Session 1

Report Session 1

Graham Alabaster - Overview of the 3-day program
Abdourahmane Diallo - RBM Partnership Strategic Plan 2021–2025
Maisoon Elbukhari Ibrahim - Malaria: Global Progress, Challenges, Priorities
Graham Alabaster & Konstantina Boustika - Revisiting the consolidated outcomes of the previous meetings
Elliott Dossou-Yovo - Rice intensification strategies and effects on malaria vectors
Erik Blas - Make development work for malaria and malaria work for development
Proscovia Nabbanja - The Uganda oil and gas Sector’s role in fighting Malaria
Peter Mbabazi  -  Mass Action Against Malaria (MAAM)-Creating a young generation of malaria champions
Graham Alabaster - Mobilizing urban level actors in multisectoral processes  

Session 2 - New and emerging opportunities of multisectoral action

Recording Session 2

Report Session 2

Florence Fouque - Testing the Multisectoral Approach TDR Framework and tools for prevention and control of vector-borne diseases with a focus on the collaboration with the WASH sector: from the theory to the field
Jackie Cook - EaveTubes combined with house screening successfully reduces malaria transmission but is there a route to market?
Sherwin Charles - Zero Malaria starts with…expanding the Private Sectors Role (video)
Dudley Tarlton - The refreshed Framework for Multisectoral Action on Malaria: context, priorities and where we go from here  
Joshua Levens - The Multisectoral Action Guide to End Malaria: how can it be adapted to different national contexts?
Sarah Beeching - Healthy Cities, Healthy People: Multi-sector engagement in support of public health 


Session 3 - Multisectoral experience sharing and proposed activities

Recording Session 3

Report Session 3

Muwonge Nasur - UNHCR’s perspective in multisectoral responses to public health in humanitarian situations 
Fiona Shenton  - The potential for housing improvements to reduce vector-borne diseases and the challenges of scale-up
Michael Katende - Regional efforts to address cross border malaria challenges in the Great Lakes Region
Andrew Saibu - Access to vector control tools through Public/Private Partnerships
Joseph Lewinski - Accelerating the End of Malaria through Multisectoral Approaches: How CRS is Testing and Scaling New Malaria Multisectoral Approaches 
Lydia Irambona - Exploring Multisectoral Approaches to Improve Access and Use of Vector Control Commodities among Internally Displaced Population in Burkina Faso 
Toky Ramarokoto - Targeting Malaria-Malnutrition co-interventions in Remote Communities in Mananjary District Madagascar
Peter Bailey - Integrating Malaria Activities in the Transform Freetown (Sierra Leone) Project to Improve the Health of the Urban Poor
Justin McBeath - Vector Control WG
Molly Robertson - Surveillance, Monitoring & Evaluation WG
Nabukenya Mariam Wamala - Social & Behaviour Change WG
Julie Gutman - Malaria in Pregnancy WG
Elizabeth Juma - Malaria in Pregnancy WG
Elizabeth Ivanovich - Advocacy & Resource Mobilisation PC
Daddi Wayessa - Country/Regional Support PC
Michal Fishman - Strategic Communications PC