Private Sector Investments In Malaria Control, Prevention Can ‘Have Real Returns’ On Bottom Lines

Friends of the Global Fight: Making the Case for Private Sector Engagement in the Fight Against Malaria
John McMannis, communications manager at Friends of the Global Fight, discusses the impact of malaria on businesses’ incomes, writing, “[I]f we want to leverage private sector expertise and resources to achieve greater social impact, we need to make the case that these investments [in malaria control and prevention] have real returns on productivity, costs, and competitiveness” (8/29).

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