Malaria No More

The Malaria Summit London

We’ve done it! 53 Commonwealth nations have heard our call and taken the bold, political action we’ve been striving for: a commitment to halve malaria in the Commonwealth by 2023.

This is a momentous leap in the fight against humankind’s oldest and deadliest disease that kills a child every two minutes. Halving malaria in the Commonwealth over the next five years will save 650,000 lives and prevent 350 million cases.

Thanks to financial, political and scientific commitments totalling £2.9 billion ($4.1 billion) made at the Malaria Summit London 2018, we are well on the way to making sure this killer disease is stopped in its tracks for good.

We are #ReadyToBeatMalaria

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Catch up


Live stream - part 1 of 3

Live stream - part 2 of 3

Live stream - part 3 of 3

Summit highlights


Vox pops - interviews

A mozzie swarm meanders around London to bring home to UK attendees of the Malaria Summit London, the fear 90% of Commonwealth citizens live under daily

Bill Gates, Dr Winnie Mpanju Shumbusho, Board Chair of RollBack Malaria author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Dr Elvis Eze, Clinical Fellow at St Bartholomew's London and youth delegate for Malaria Summit London

Ndifanji Namacha, Assistant Lecturer in Public Health at University of Malawi and youth delegate, gives her keynote speech as health advocate

Bill Gates gives his keynote speech to call on Commonwealth leaders to show they're #ReadyToBeatMalaria

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie tells her story of growing up in a malaria endemic country

Bill Gates joined HRH The Prince of Wales and global leaders to show some of the innovation that it is going to take to beat malaria

Hannah Vaughan Jones facilitates the first plenary discussing perspectives on progress with Bill Gates, Rt Hon Julie Bishop, Dr Tedros Adehanom and Dr Winnie Mpanju Shumbusho

HRH The Prince of Wales gives a royal keynote address at the Malaria Summit London

HRH The Prince of Wales meets the Director General of WHO Dr Tedros Adehanom

HRH The Prince of Wales together with HRH The Duke of York meet Bill Gates at the Malaria Summit London

Drones are being used to track malaria to better target smart interventions

Partners from IVCC, Sumitomo, Bayer, BASF, Mitsui Chemicals and Syngenta gather to launch the new Zero by 40 programme

HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duke of York and Prime Minister of Swaziland Dr Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamini

The Malaria Summit London in April 2018 saw leaders across political, business and science spectrums come together to renew their commitments to beat malaria. All commitments can be viewed here.

See all commitments

Co-hosts


Swaziland
Rwanda
HM Government

Co-convenors


Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
RBM Partnership

Our partners

Abbott
ALMA
Dentsu Aegis
Edelman
Fever Tree
Goodbye Malaria
GSK
Isdell Flowers
Malaria No More UK
MMV
Nandos
Novartis
Rentokil Initial
RGA
SANOFI
Sumitomo Chemical
Vestergaard

APLMA
All Party Parlimentary Group
ARCTEC
Comic Relief
Elimination 8
FIND
GFAN
Global Citizen
Imperial College London
Malaria Consortium
UCSF
Malaria No More
Malaria World Congress
PATH
Restless Development
Speak Up Africa
The Global Fund
Unicef
Unitaid
UNF
US Aid Presidents Malaria Initiative
World Health Organisation