Webinar: The Role of Community and Faith Leaders in Malaria Control and Elimination

This U.S. President's Malaria Initiative and Breakthrough ACTION webinar introduced a new resource, the Malaria Social and Behavior Change Toolkit for Community and Faith Leaders, to ignite conversation around the role of faith and community-based organizations in malaria control and elimination efforts. Featured presenters included Dr. Raj Panjabi, U.S. Global Malaria Coordinator - U.S. President's Malaria Initiative; Joy Phumaphi, Executive Secretary - African Leaders Malaria Alliance; Mariam Nabukenya Wamala, Co-Chair - RBM Social and Behavior Change Working Group; Dr. Lamine Bangoura, Malaria Specialist - United States Agency for International Development, Guinea; Reverend Emmanuel Chikoya, General Secretary - Council of Churches in Zambia; Pascaline Umulisa, Executive Secretary - Girl Guides Association of Rwanda; and Anna McCartney-Melstad, Senior Program Officer II - Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs. This webinar was co-hosted by the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative and Breakthrough ACTION. Visit the Toolkit: https://communityleadermalariatoolkit.org/
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