THE WORLD’S LEADING BUSINESS VOICE ON MALARIA
We are an alliance of businesses committed to leveraging our leadership an innovations to see the elimination of malaria within our lifetime.
United for a malaria-free world
Our vision is a malaria-free world. Contributing to this, we aspire to become the authoritative voice of the private sector that inspires action and rallies the business community around the goal of achieving a malaria-free world.
As a coalition, our objective is to catalyze action, promote innovations that support treatment and prevention and provide an engagement platform for our members.
We help businesses learn how to leverage their unique expertise and insights to engage in a fight that could save thousands of lives.
We are the unified voice of business to help inform the policy conversation on malaria
We connect a wide network of stakeholders across sectors, industries, and regions.
We foster and advance ideas that drive progress through effective partnerships.
“THE DECLINING TREND IN THE NUMBER OF MALARIA CASES AND DEATHS HAS STALLED, AND VITAL FUNDING FOR MALARIA PROGRAMS HAS FLATLINED. IF WE CONTINUE ALONG THIS PATH, WE WILL LOSE THE GAINS FOR WHICH WE HAVE FOUGHT SO HARD..”
DR. TEDROS ADHANOM GHEBREYESUS | DIRECTOR GENERAL, WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION, 2018
Engaged for the long haul
Formerly known as the Private Sector Malaria Coalition (PSMC), we have been engaging for the long haul with the world’s foremost policymakers and influencers such as the RBM Partnership to End Malaria, the Global Fund to Fight HIV, TB, and Malaria, and the World Health Organization. Today, building further on our history, we are the Business Alliance Against Malaria.
We serve as the only platform that unites companies across industries and continents to bring multi-sector expertise and strategic partnership to the fight against malaria. Together, we aim to shape global and regional policy, mobilize stakeholders and bolster the work of those who share our vision of a malaria-free world.
We can generate us $ 2 trillion and save 10 million lives
Meeting the 2030 malaria elimination targets would generate an estimated US $2 trillion boost to the global economy and save approximately 10 million lives.
Investing in malaria is a good deal
It is estimated that every dollar invested in ending malaria yields US $36 in economic returns.