Regina Rabinovich Abstract

Beyond the Millennium Development Goals horizon — What will help drive success post-2015?

Regina Rabinovich, ExxonMobil Malaria Scholar in Residence at Harvard University & Visiting Scholar at ISGLOBAL at the University of Barcelona


One focus of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) has been the reduction of child mortality. This has been successfully accomplished, in part, by the scale-up of both malaria prevention and treatment. This scale-up has halved malaria deaths over the past decade and is largely the result of global and national partnerships across different sectors. While the job is far from done, the successes to date position the globe to eradicate malaria, as long as we can manage the complex post-MDG agenda. The case for eradication is clear; we must take advantage of innovations to increase impact and address the biggest hurdles of the eradication agenda. The final goal of malaria eradication is ambitious and will require continued partnerships and dedicated resources to deliver on its promise.

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