GFAN Africa

A central component of universal health coverage is public health spending. Since the inception of the Abuja Declaration, most African countries have increased their budget allocation to health. From 2000 to 2016, economic growth in Africa averaged 4.6 percent annually, making it the second-fastest-growing region worldwide.  Despite this, funding has...

Torch Caravan

Through the passing of the torch caravans in Southern Africa, Zimbabwe, Malawi and Zambia, the impact of the Global Fund on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria has been explained. From mid-August onward, the Torch will cross into the East African region, where a series of events will be held to...

Ending malaria is possible

We mark World Malaria Day on April 25. This year’s theme was Zero Malaria—Draw the Line against Malaria. This is the right time to take action to end the disease just when Covid-19 has made the fight harder. On this day, we highlight and appreciate the efforts to control malaria...

Itai Rusike Features Correspondent Today, Zimbabwe joins the world in commemorating the World Malaria Day 2021. The theme for this year is Zero Malaria – Draw the Line against Malaria. We draw the line against malaria by taking action to end the disease at this time when COVID-19 has made the fight...

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