Action and Investment to Defeat Malaria 2016-2030.

Roll Back Malaria

Developed by the Roll Back Malaria Partnership (RBM), the first Global Malaria Action Plan (GMAP) – for a malaria-free world 2008–2015 was endorsed by world leaders and the malaria community during the 2008 MDG Malaria Summit in New York. GMAP became a valuable advocacy tool that provided the malaria community with a roadmap for progress, and an evidence-based strategy for delivering effective prevention and treatment.

Action and Investment to defeat Malaria 2016–2030 (AIM) – for a malaria-free world builds on the success of the first Global Malaria Action Plan – for a malaria-free world , serving as both a clarion call and a guide for collective action for all those engaged in the fight against malaria. The result of an extensive consultative process, AIM complements the WHO Global Technical Strategy for Malaria 2016–2030 by positioning malaria in the wider development agenda. It illustrates how reducing and eliminating malaria creates healthier, more equitable and prosperous societies, and promotes a broadly inclusive and multisectoral response.

Both documents share the 2016–2030 timeline of the Sustainable Development Goals, and provide direction towards the 2030 malaria goals.