The Regional Malaria and Other Communicable Disease Threats Trust Fund supports developing member countries in developing multi-country, cross-border, and multisector responses to urgent malaria and other communicable disease issues.
The Trust Fund works on the premise that the “business-as-usual” response to malaria and other communicable disease threats is bound to fail, and progress demands innovative approaches. It also takes malaria elimination as an entry point to health systems strengthening and regional health security. This publication lays out ADB’s plan of action for the Trust Fund, and describes the many projects already under way.
- The role of the RMTF
- The structure of the RMTF
- Malaria elimination as an entry point for health systems strengthening and regional health security
- Trust fund components