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Yaoundé, Cameroon
Wed, 6-3-2024

The Yaoundé conference, co-hosted by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Government of Cameroon, gathered Ministers of Health, global malaria partners, funding agencies, scientists, civil society organizations and other principal malaria stakeholders.

The ministerial conference has four key aims:

  • review progress and challenges in achieving the targets of the WHO global malaria strategy;
  • discuss mitigation strategies and funding for malaria;
  • agree on effective strategies and responses for accelerated malaria mortality reduction in Africa;
  • and establish a roadmap for increased political commitment and societal engagement in malaria control, with a clear accountability mechanism.

Key materials prepared for the Ministerial Conference

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Declaration for accelerated malaria mortality reduction in Africa