Malaria Elimination in Southern Africa
The Elimination Eight Initiative (E8) is a coalition of eight countries working across national borders to eliminate malaria in southern Africa by 2030. As the malaria response arm of the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC), the E8 is pioneering an ambitious regional approach and driving collective action to end this deadly disease once and for all. Guided by the belief that countries are stronger when they work together, the E8 is building a model that will inform coordinated efforts in southern Africa and beyond.
SADC Malaria Elimination Eight 8 Scorecard 2020
E8 The Situation Room 1st Quater 2021
Regional Genomics for malaria in Elimination 8 countries (RegGE8) Request For Proposals: Country Projects
Request For Services: Consultancy For A Rapid In-Depth Assessment Of The Impact Of Covid-19 On The Malaria Season In E8 Countries
Terms of Reference: Consultancy to Develop a Costed Operational Plan of the Windhoek Declaration to Eliminate Malaria in SADC by 2030
Request For Services: For a Consultant for Maintenance of the SADC Elimination Eight Website
Request For Services: Consultant to Develop A Costed Operational Plan of The Windoek Declaration To Eliminate Malaria in SADC Countries By 2030
Ministers of Health of the E8 countries form the E8 Ministerial Committee, which is designed to elevate malaria elimination as a national and regional priority. Attainment of malaria elimination requires bold and decisive policy action in order to prioritize national resources, to engage in diplomatic negotiation and negotiate terms of data-sharing with neighbouring countries, and to fast-track the introduction of innovative and progressive technologies that will make malaria elimination possible.