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Joining the Global Effort to Prevent, Detect, and Treat Malaria

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Malaria | Health Supply Chains | Human Resources for Health
Global Health Supply Chains

World Malaria Day is April 25.


Over the last 20 years, global efforts have dramatically reduced the malaria burden thanks to innovative partnerships and sustained funding to scale-up effective interventions and use better data for decision-making. More countries are closer than ever to elimination. But there is still work to be done, especially as new public health threats such as COVID-19 threaten to erode this progress.

Through the support of donors like USAID and the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative, country governments, and the private sector, Chemonics has been able to support these global efforts to end malaria.

Joining the Global Effort to Prevent, Detect, and Treat Malaria

About Chris Norman

Chris Norman is a senior graphic design manager at Chemonics. She has over 17 years of design experience in the fields of marketing, new business, product development, and communications. Chris has developed brand identities, web site designs, product packaging, advertising campaigns, reports, and other marketing collateral for clients in retail, government, professional services, non-profit, political,…

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About Payal Chandiramani

Payal Chandiramani has 16 years of experience in strategic communications and marketing, operations, project management, and business development. She previously served as the communications and design director for Chemonics’ health and supply chain business line, which includes the $9.5 billion USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management project. Prior to that she was the…