Global investment and action are keeping malaria cases and deaths at historically low levels and more countries than ever are within reach of elimination. However, malaria is increasingly a disease of poverty and inequity, with the most vulnerable at greatest risk of dying.
According to this year’s World Health Organisations World Malaria Report, malaria continues to strike hardest against pregnant women and children in Africa, and we must accelerate the rate of progress in the next few years to reach ambitious targets toward reaching zero malaria. We cannot leave anyone behind. Stepping up the fight is critical to stay ahead of an evolving parasite to ensure that we end malaria for good.
With the launch of the report on Wednesday 4th December, we encourage all partners to help us promote the report findings and amplify a common narrative and unified messaging. You can do this by sharing content including posts, photographs and infographics on your social media channels.
This toolkit has some suggested posts for you to use. Further collateral such as social media cards are currently being developed and will be uploaded to this toolkit as soon as possible.