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The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases

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The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases provides a forum for exploring issues pertaining to the fight against malaria and NTDs.

Keeping malaria and NTDs high on the political agenda is crucial if we are to sustain the progress made in recent years to prevent, control and eliminate these diseases. This group allows parliamentarians, academics and sector professionals to come together to discuss both the problems and solutions to defeating some of the most devastating diseases in the world.

The group meets monthly and produces annual reports on malaria and NTDs, which can be found below. 

Annual Reports



UK Coalition against NTDs: Annual Report 2014-15

Malaria in 2014: An Unprecedented Opportunity at the Dawn of a New Era 


UK Coalition against NTDs: Annual Report 2013 

Malaria at the crossroads


UK Coalition against NTDs: Annual report 2012

Malaria: Consolidating the Gains


Targeting Zero: sustaining success in malaria control 

The Neglected Tropical Diseases 


The Control of Malaria 2005-15: progress and priorities towards Eradication




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