Together we are stronger in the fight against
vector-borne diseases 

Partnerships in Science and Advocacy

Strong global partnerships in science, policy, and business are critical to fight vector-borne diseases. Continued commitments from large, diverse groups of stakeholders are necessary to achieve success in eliminating vector borne diseases.

The Innovative Vector Control Consortium 

We have been partnering with IVCC since its inception in 2008. We work together on new molecule development as well as different formulation projects. Successful collaborations include the development of K-Othrine PolyZone. We were also one of the partners of the Next Generation Indoor Residual Spraying (NgenIRS) Market Access Project in 2019.

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UN Foundation – Nothing But Nets

Nothing But Nets is a global, grassroots campaign of the United Nations Foundation to raise awareness and funding to fight malaria, a leading cause of death among children in Africa. We have partnered with the NBN team on malaria elimination initiatives in Haiti as well as malaria prevention activities in humanitarian emergency settings in Borno State, Nigeria.

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Insecticide Resistance Action Committee (IRAC) 

Bayer is a member and sponsor of IRAC, an international group of more than 150 members of the Crop Protection Industry, organized by sector and region, to advise on the prevention and management of insecticide resistance. 

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Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine  

Bayer cooperates with Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), the first institution in the world dedicated to tropical disease.  

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London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine 

Bayer works in collaboration with LSHTM on various projects to assess new products, whether that be through laboratory assessment of field evaluations with partner institutions across Africa. We also provide funding support each year to Masters Students undertaking studies in the field of vector-borne disease.

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RBM Partnership to End Malaria

The RBM partnership to End Malaria brings together various stakeholder groups with the objective of supporting malaria endemic countries achieve their elimination goals. RBM operates through a number of Partner Committees and Working Groups – Bayer staff are active members of the Vector Control Working Group as well as other partner mechanisms.

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Business Alliance Against Malaria

This alliance brings together like-minded businesses that share a vision of elimination of malaria within our lifetime. The objectives of the alliance are to catalyse business action towards supporting malaria, promoting innovations that support treatment and prevention and provide an engagement platform for members.

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Goodbye Malaria

Goodbye Malaria is an African-run initiative to eliminate malaria, a preventable disease that kills a child every two minutes in Southern Africa. Launched in 2012, Goodbye Malaria is the brainchild of passionate and concerned African entrepreneurs who believe their generation can create innovative solutions for problems that ultimately change the way the world sees Africa. The organization uses a community development model that taps into Africa’s creative talents to mobilize fundraising and advocacy against malaria while simultaneously creating employment opportunities. We have been a partner of Goodbye Malaria for several years – focusing on where we can add value to their activities through knowledge and expertise sharing.

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