An Investment Case for Malaria Elimination

An Investment Case for Malaria Elimination

Objectives

To develop investment cases for national malaria elimination in Bangladesh, Indonesia, and PNG and regional investment cases in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) and the Asia Pacific region that will inform malaria program budgeting and strategic planning, domestic and international resource mobilization, and advocacy, as well as generate evidence around optimal ways to increase and expand the amount of sustainable financing in support of achieving malaria elimination in Asia Pacific.

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Abstract

Subprojects:

Malaria Program Efficiency Analysis Tool (MPEAT):

  • Objectives: To develop a toolkit that assesses national malaria programmatic efficiencies that will allow Asia Pacific countries to prioritize and make the most efficient use of limited resources.

Private sector business case studies in the Greater Mekong Subregion (Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea):

  • Objectives: To identify the most promising sectors for investment in malaria control and elimination, investigate examples of private sector investments and perceptions towards such investments in malaria, and identify best practices;, develop business cases for private sector investment in malaria; and provide recommendations on private sector contributions to malaria in the Asia Pacific region.

 

Key facts

  • Dates
    Jan 2016 to Jul 2017
    Funding information
    994,975 (ADB) 19,650,605 (BMGF). Grant 119624-552658 (ADB) & Grant OPP1089413 (BMGF)
    Country
    • Papua New Guinea
    • Bangladesh
    • Indonesia

MESA tags

  • Methodology
    Health systems research