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.
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