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WHO Technical Consultation on Universal Access to Core Malaria Interventions in High-burden Countries (February 2018)

The WHO Global Malaria Programme convened a High-level Consultation on how to ensure universal access to core malaria interventions in high-burden countries in Geneva 12-15 February 2018. Ian Boulton acted as rapporteur for the meeting. The report that was issued was submitted to the WHO Malaria Policy Advisory Committee at its meeting 11-13 April 2018.

WHO Technical Consultation on Universal Access to Core Malaria Interventions in High-burden Countries (February 2018)2020-03-20T11:56:38+00:00

Malaria RDTs in the Private Retail Sector

The Roll Back Malaria Partnership Case Management Working Group (CMWG) convened a workshop in April 2013 to review the current state of knowledge and lessons learnt about the use of rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) for malaria in the private retail sector. At this meeting, it was agreed to develop the findings into a paper that would put the available information into the public domain.

Malaria RDTs in the Private Retail Sector2020-03-20T11:57:25+00:00

Mid-term Evaluation of the RBM Resource Mobilisation Strategy (2012-2015) (October 2014)

In 2014, TMPC was asked to undertake an independent evaluation of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership’s Resource Mobilisation Strategy 2012-2015. This was originally developed by RBM to increase the funding of efforts to control and eliminate malaria in order to meet the targets set in the Global Malaria Action Plan. The report was presented to the RBM Board at its meeting in Bangkok in December 2014.

Mid-term Evaluation of the RBM Resource Mobilisation Strategy (2012-2015) (October 2014)2020-03-20T11:57:57+00:00

ISNTD D3 2015

In May 2015, Ian Boulton was asked to present on “Avoid Delays: Getting Deployment Right” at the International Society of Neglected Tropical Diseases (ISNTD) D3 Conference. The D3 Conferences look at issues concerning the discovery and development of new drugs for NTDs, but the purpose of this presentation was to highlight the importance of planning early for the deployment of the drug, especially around the regulatory and production plans as well as the optimisation of the manufacturing process.

ISNTD D3 20152020-03-20T11:58:45+00:00

Evaluation of the Product Development Partnerships (PDPs) (January 2015)

In 2014 TropMed Pharma Consulting was part of a consortium who were asked by the UK and German Governments to evaluate the work of three Product Development Partnerships (PDPs) which they have been funding – FIND, Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi), and the European Vaccines Initiative (EVI) – over the period 2009-2013.

Evaluation of the Product Development Partnerships (PDPs) (January 2015)2020-03-20T11:59:25+00:00

APLMA – supply side issues for antimalarial commodities (June 2014)

The Asia-Pacific Leaders’ Malaria Alliance (APLMA) is an affiliation of Asian and Pacific heads of government formed to accelerate progress against malaria and to eliminate the disease in the region by 2030. This paper was prepared to support the second meeting of the Access to Quality Medicine and other Technology Task Force in June 2014.

APLMA – supply side issues for antimalarial commodities (June 2014)2020-03-20T12:00:07+00:00

“Beyond Profit: More than Cash” (November 2013)

In 2013 TropMed Pharma Consulting were asked to study and report on the totality of the contributions made by the Private Sector to the work of the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in the period 2011-2013. This piece of work looked at all types of contribution, not just cash donations to the Global Fund. A key finding was the significant contribution made by the Private Sector through research and development into new interventions (drugs, diagnostics, vector control, etc.), which dwarfs all the other contributions made.

“Beyond Profit: More than Cash” (November 2013)2020-03-20T12:00:45+00:00

AMFm Key Learnings (November 2013)

In 2012-2013 Ian Boulton was the project consultant for the Roll Back Malaria Affordable Medicines for malaria (AMFm) Task Force. A key deliverable from the work of the Task Force was a Key Learnings Summary. This was authored by Ian. It aims to inform malaria programme managers and decision makers of the lessons learnt since 2010 from implementing AMFm nationally in eight malaria programmes in seven countries: Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Niger, Nigeria, Tanzania mainland, Uganda and Zanzibar. It was published in both English and French versions.

AMFm Key Learnings (November 2013)2020-03-20T12:01:30+00:00

CRIMALDDI Roadmap (Malaria Journal 2013)

The Coordination, Rationalization, and Integration of anti-MALarial drug Discovery & Development Initiatives (CRIMALDDI) Consortium has been a three-year project funded by the EU Framework Seven Programme. It aimed to develop a prioritized set of recommendations to speed up anti-malarial drug discovery research and contribute to the setting of the global research agenda. It has attempted to align thinking on the high priority issues and then to develop action plans and strategies to address these issues.

CRIMALDDI Roadmap (Malaria Journal 2013)2020-03-20T12:02:08+00:00

CRIMALDDI Recommendations (Malaria Journal 2013)

The Coordination, Rationalization, and Integration of anti-MALarial drug Discovery & Development Initiatives (CRIMALDDI) Consortium, funded by the EU Framework Seven Programme, attempted in 2009-2010, through a series of interactive and facilitated workshops, to develop priorities for research to expedite the discovery of new anti-malarials. Ian Boulton was the Project Leader for this initiative, responsible for facilitating the workshops as well as contributing to the development of the conclusions and recommendations. This is one of two papers published at the end of the project. It outlines the recommendations for the development of enabling technologies and the identification of novel targets.

CRIMALDDI Recommendations (Malaria Journal 2013)2020-03-20T12:03:48+00:00