Since 2002, mosquito net campaigns in Africa have delivered tens of millions of long lasting insecticide treated nets (LLINs) under the leadership of African Ministries of Health and National Malaria Control Programs. Many other campaigns are being planned by Ministries of Health across Africa to help end malaria deaths, and to meet the challenge to cover every man, woman, and child at risk for malaria with a mosquito net. Taking on this challenge is the Alliance for Malaria Prevention (AMP), a multi-sectorial partnership within Roll Back Malaria supporting countries, in collaboration with working groups, to achieve Global Malaria Targets and the 2030 SDGs.
Access AMP’s toolkit, a foundation for planning and executing a mass LLIN distribution campaign.Read More >
Net Mapping Project
View data on the number of nets delivered to each country on a worldwide basis.Read More >
Find out how AMP has been supporting individual countries.Read More >