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Annual Report summary 2022-2023 20th February 2024 Annual Report 2022-2023 13th December 2023

The IVCC Annual Report 2022-2023 has been published.

The report showcases IVCC’s work to facilitate innovative approaches to preventing vector-borne diseases and tackle the growing threat of insecticide resistance. With activities across the globe and spanning research and development and market access, we are accelerating the process from innovation to impact.

The report is a reminder of the importance of collaborative working and the progress laid out in it is testament, too, to the commitment of our partners from industry, academia, the public sector, and advocacy. We are grateful for the support of all our funders, who make life-saving vector control possible.

Earlier in 2023 IVCC embarked upon a strategic review to assess and realign priorities to ensure that we are focusing on the unmet needs that will have the most significant impact against vector-borne disease. The annual report outlines IVCC’s strategic priorities going forward.

Another highlight is a section on climate change and the dramatic impact it is having on vector-borne disease transmission, demanding new policies, tools and approaches.

“At this pivotal time for global health, I call upon the wider global community to ensure that, as IVCC and its partnerships continue with their missions, appropriate political will and funding, facilitates and strengthens our collective efforts to eradicate malaria and the neglected tropical diseases that afflict the most vulnerable members of society.”

Sherwin Charles, Chair, Board of Trustees, IVCC.

For more information or to request a physical copy please provide your full name and postal address to Laura Roberts on laura.roberts@ivcc.com.

Annual Report 2021 – 2022 16th December 2022

The IVCC Annual Report 2021-2022 has been published.

The report showcases IVCC’s work to facilitate innovative approaches to preventing vector-borne diseases and tackle the growing threat of insecticide resistance. With activities across the globe and spanning research and development and market access, we are accelerating the process from innovation to impact.

The report is a reminder of the importance of collaborative working and the progress laid out in it is testament, too, to the commitment of our partners from industry, academia, the public sector and advocacy. We are grateful for the support of all our funders, who make life-saving vector control possible.

“We owe it to those who have to suffer the misery of malaria, year in year out, to break this cycle and defeat malaria for good. IVCC is poised to sustain and enhance its core role in that global and noble mission.”

The Right Honourable Sir Stephen O’Brien KBE, Chair, Board of Trustees, IVCC.

For more information or to request a physical copy please provide your full name and postal address to Laura Roberts on laura.roberts@ivcc.com.

Goodbye Malaria – empowering women in Malaria programmes 22nd June 2022

Goodbye Malaria is an initiative started by African entrepreneurs who believe that today’s generation can create innovative solutions to the continent’s problems and ultimately change the way the world sees Africa. Since the turn of the century, vector control has proven to be one of the most effective strategies for reducing malaria incidence and deaths. Since 2000, more than 80% of the reduction in malaria prevalence in Africa can be attributed to indoor residual spraying (IRS) and insecticide-treated nets (ITNs).

Traditionally, men have been responsible for implementing IRS in sub-Saharan Africa. However, this traditional view is increasingly being challenged as more organisations recognize that women should play a more significant role in conducting and leading spray operations.

Zero by 40 summary 28th April 2022

Envisioning insecticide resistance management and integrated vector management a ZERO by 40 perspective.

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