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Newsletter | #GivingTuesday 2022

Give a gift this Tuesday
29 November is #GivingTuesday – a global day of giving (the Tuesday after Thanksgiving), aiming to inspire millions of people to give, collaborate and celebrate generosity

This giving season, would you be willing to donate to empower communities to put the reality of better health in their own hands?

Your support can enable community health workers to extend basic health services to remote communities, promote good nutrition, sanitation and hygiene and provide the knowledge and resources they need to bridge the gap many families face in accessing health services.

Read on for our latest updates and find out how community-led solutions can help ensure access to essential, lifesaving healthcare is a reality for everyone.
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Why we must increase support for community health workers
Community health worker
The World Health Organization estimates that the global shortage of health workers is likely to reach 18 million by 2030

A third of that shortage – six million health workers – will be in Africa alone. Community health workers live within hard-to-reach communities and are trained and equipped to diagnose and treat common, preventable, diseases. They are known and trusted by the people they serve and can provide advice and treatment at no cost.

This giving season, your donation can support this first line of defence, ensuring that those most vulnerable to disease, especially children, don’t become another statistic.
ABOUT COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS >
Latest news
World globe
UK Government reduce contribution to The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

The UK Government has pledged £1 billion to The Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria's 7th replenishment. The long-anticipated announcement comes nearly two months after the Seventh Replenishment Conference in which governments and partners convened to pledge a record US$14.25 billion.
OUR RESPONSE 📰
James Tibenderana
An exciting era as James Tibenderana starts new role as Malaria Consortium’s Chief Executive

This month marks the start of an exciting era in our journey to ensure equitable health systems that deliver better health for people across Africa and Asia, as we welcome James Tibenderana, Malaria Consortium's former Technical Director, as our new Chief Executive.
JAMES' REFLECTIONS >
Our blog
Group photo
Photo story: Learning exchange shares institutional capacity to respond to rising arbovirus threat in Africa

The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine's South-South learning exchange in Thailand brought together experts from five African countries, Asia and the UK to scale institutional capacity for the control of arboviruses – a growing threat in Africa. Find out more in our latest photo story.
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SMC
Advancing the conversation on SMC at ASTMH 2022

At the ASTMH Annual meeting this month, we presented the latest research on seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC), including exciting results from trials in Uganda and Mozambique.
 
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Poster presentation
Our ASTMH series

The annual ASTMH Annual meeting was a great opportunity for our team to come together with global health partners to share data and learning. Catch up on our series of blogs highlighting how the scientific work we showcased at the conference also spotlighted three essential components of our projects.
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Our publications
Vaccines position statement

To keep populations healthy and save lives, we believe it is crucial that the global community continues to support and invest in vaccine development. Read our vaccines position statement in French and Portuguese.
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