Roll Back Malaria Partnership To Restructure, Disband Secretariat Hosted By WHO

WHO: WHO commends the Roll Back Malaria Partnership’s contribution to global progress as governing board disbands secretariat
“The Roll Back Malaria (RBM) partnership, established in 1998 as part of a global drive to galvanize stronger action to curb malaria, is to restructure to meet the new challenges posed in the post-2015 era whilst building on the success of the last 17 years. In light of this restructuring and continued financial difficulties, the governing board has recommended disbanding the current RBM secretariat hosted by WHO in Geneva,” this press release states (8/25).

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