The Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa (CAMA) is a GBCHealth-led initiative to drive partnerships for malaria control and elimination. Launched by Marathon Oil in 2006, the Alliance is a unique coalition of companies from various industries, all with business interests in Africa. CAMA channels the collective force and voice of the private sector to drive impact on malaria in Africa from workplaces to region-wide initiatives.

CAMA is a platform for corporations working in Africa to share best practices, create new partnerships and gain visibility for malaria control efforts across the continent. CAMA companies both lead and support innovative malaria prevention, control and treatment activities and collectively deploy millions of dollars to programs that serve the needs of malaria-affected people and communities. CAMA also provides a forum for business to engage with and build relations with malaria-focused government and civil society stakeholders. CAMA is a membership-based Alliance currently comprised of 12 companies and institutions.

Learn how you can join CAMA by downloading the CAMA Participation and Benefits Flyer. Or, contact us to see how your organization can become an official CAMA Partner.

Twelve Years of Championing Partnerships for Malaria Control

Overview of Governance

CAMA is co-chaired by Chevron Corporation and Access Bank Plc. These companies provide overall leadership and guidance on the strategic and programmatic direction of the Alliance, in close consultation with CAMA’s leadership council. CAMA members also play a key role in developing its annual work plan, with oversight from GBCHealth.

GBCHealth and CAMA

GBCHealth serves as CAMA’s implementing partner and Secretariat. In this role, GBCHealth provides management and advisory coordination within the Alliance, including expanding corporate engagement in-country, increasing collective action with the public sector for effective use of resources, and providing thought leadership to companies, governments and development partners. GBCHealth also ensures that Alliance members are engaging in both programmatic and policy dialogues at the global and local levels.

For more information contact:

Ochuko Keyamo-Onyige (GBCHealth-Africa)

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