A Transformative Partnership in Rwanda's Fight against Malaria

15 Years of Working in Partnership to Help End Malaria

Since it was established 15 years ago, PMI’s impact has multiplied exponentially, thanks to dedicated bipartisan support. As the largest donor government to global malaria efforts, PMI investments and deep partnerships with countries, non-government organizations, and the private sector have led to transformative results.

​PMI’s success is measured in lives saved and transformative results that helped put the world on a path to ending malaria. By working in partnership and making bold investments, PMI helped strengthen health systems through increased health worker capacity and significant reductions in the burden on health systems; pioneered and scaled-up data driven, innovative interventions and approaches; improved disease surveillance at the community level and introduced better data for decision making; and, enhanced supply chains and increased lab capacity.


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Benin and the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) first joined forces to fight malaria in 2007.

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Benin and the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) first joined forces to fight malaria in 2007.

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The U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) and Madagascar joined forces in 2007 to combat malaria.

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The U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) and Uganda teamed up to fight malaria when the initiative first launched across three African countries in 2005.

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Working towards a malaria-free Africa, leaders from Kenya, Rwanda, Senegal, and Zambia share with Vox’s Dylan Matthews their efforts to end malaria in partnership with the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative.

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Mali’s malaria strategy is laser-focused on surveillance and increasing malaria intervention access to all at risk.

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Outstanding leadership and partner engagement, high intervention coverage levels and a thriving data culture all are contributing to Senegal’s success combatting malaria.

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After achieving almost zero malaria cases in its Southern Province, Zambia set its sights on an ambitious new goal: ending malaria ahead of its 2030 timeline.

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Key to Kenya’s malaria control efforts is their emphasis on innovation, including insecticide-treated mosquito nets, indoor residual spraying and participation in the world’s first malaria vaccine rollout.

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With increased investments and scaled-up interventions by PMI and the Global Fund to Fight AIDs, TB and Malaria, Rwanda is fighting back against malaria.


Video: 15 Years of PMI's Transformative Impact

The U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative is one of the best investments the United States can make in global health and development.

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15 Years of Fueling the Fight to End Malaria in Africa

As countries take action to avoid a dual crisis from malaria and COVID-19, African and U.S. leaders discuss the transformative impact of 15 years of partnership contributing to life-saving progress.


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See how countries in the Greater Mekong Subregion made remarkable and steady progress against malaria, even in the face of increasing drug resistance.


Video: 15 Years of PMI: A Celebration with Ken Staley and Tim Ziemer

The American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (ASTMH) hosted a celebration of PMI at their 2020 annual meeting with a virtual fireside chat.

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