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Explore websites covering the research currently being conducted into malaria, including initiatives to create and distribute new vaccines; prevention of the disease; and development of governmental malaria policy.
Established by the EU and interested European member states, EMVI addresses structural deficiencies in public-funded malaria vaccine development.
Provides information for effective healthcare in developing countries through a global review of progress and ways forward. Its high-level aim is to correct the 10/90 gap - 10 per cent of the world's health resources for research into 90 per cent of the world's health problems.
Established by Kofi Annan as an independent partnership organisation, and funded by governments and non-governmental organisations, The Global Fund aims to achieve a turn-around in the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria through local development.
Malaria Vaccine Initiative (MVI) - through PATH
An international non-profit organisation, formed through a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. MVI's mission is to accelerate the development of promising malaria vaccines and ensure their availability and accessibility in the developing world.
A public-private partnership funded by foundations and bilateral agencies, with the high-level aim of securing the registration of one new antimalarial drug every five years.
A global initiative made up of more than 90 partners, its high-level aim is to halve the burden of malaria by 2010.
TDR is an independent global programme of scientific collaboration co-sponsored by UNICEF, the United Nations Development Programme, the World Bank and WHO. It helps to coordinate, support and influence global efforts to combat a portfolio of neglected diseases.
The United Nations family encompasses 15 agencies and several programmes and bodies. The UN declared 2001-2010 the 'Decade to Roll Back Malaria', meaning that by 2010 it aims to have rolled back malaria and fulfilled the UN Millennium Development Goals.
WHO is the United Nations specialised agency for health and encompasses a number of other bodies, including: WHO Roll Back Malaria and the Commission on Macroeconomics and Health. WHO's high-level aim is to develop malaria policy and coordinate its global efforts to roll back malaria.