RBM: From MDGs to SDGs

This set of resources published by Roll Back Malaria includes a briefing paper on the MDGs and SDGs, fact sheets on malaria’s impact on a variety of development fields, and shareable social media messaging.

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Publication date: September 2015
Source: Roll Back Malaria

Lessons Learned from Fifteen Years of Responding to Malaria Globally: A Prototype for Sustainable Development

This briefing paper, compiled by Roll Back Malaria’s Messaging Workstream, outlines malaria’s potential contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals, demonstrating the links between malaria investment and progress in other development areas.

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Publication date: September 2015
Source: Roll Back Malaria

Action and Investment to Defeat Malaria 2016-2030

Following the Global Malaria Action Plan 2008-2015 (GMAP), the AIM is a guide for global action against malaria, highlighting the potential impact of reducing or eliminating malaria in terms of improved health outcomes, economic gains, and other positive development goals. The document complements the WHO Global Technical Strategy for Malaria 2016-2030 by demonstrating malaria’s connection to broader global goals and to the development of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Publication date: July 2015

Malaria Behavior Change Communication (BCC) Indicator Reference Guide

A guide published by Roll Back Malaria meant to support Ministries of Health, donor agencies, and implementing partners involved in malaria prevention and control to evaluate the effectiveness of country-specific malaria behavior change communication (BCC) interventions using a rigorous and standardized approach.

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Publication date: February 2014
Source: Roll Back Malaria