The Alliance for Malaria Prevention brings together expertise from the global malaria community in a partnership dedicated to the expansion and use of malaria nets by populations who are vulnerable to the killer disease.
Established in 2004. AMP partners assist and advocate for country-specific support to plan and implement ITN distribution.
AMP provides globally-recognized expert technical assistance through distance and in-country missions to help countries successfully plan and execute complex ITN distribution campaigns.
AMP undertakes occasional evaluations of the effectiveness of its operational guidance and technical assistance provision. Reports can be seen here.
Workshops focusing on net campaigns, aimed at strengthening the capacities of national malaria programmes and their partners in planning and implementation, including social and behaviour change (SBC), monitoring and evaluation and follow-up action.
The Alliance for Malaria Prevention workplan details the activities that AMP is planning for the coming year.
AMP holds its annual partners’ meeting during the first quarter of each year.
A network of over 40 partners from a wide variety of institutions, all helping to support countries to reach their malaria targets.