RBM Interactive Newspaper:
The RBM interactive newspaper is published four times a year by WHO's
RBM Initiative.The newspaper features articles highlighting ideas, successes
and challenges of those involved in malaria control. By emphasising the
elements of the RBM strategy, the newspaper also helps increase awareness
and understanding of the strategy as a whole.
Anyone with a story, no matter how small, that illustrates the many ways
in which RBM movement is progressing towards its goals is invited to submit
their story. (Corresponents are encouraged to use the RBM Reporter Form
described below.) We are looking for articles, editorials, and letters
to the editor that feature your country's activities in malaria control,
as well as examples of the successes and innovations you have discovered
in your community. By sharing your experiences and useful ideas readers
will be able to utilise innovations and avoid pitfalls that have already
been encountered, thus leading to more effective malaria control programmes.
We encourage you to use the RBM Reporter Form which saves time and guarantees
that the information we need is included in your story. The Reporter form
is a pdf file
(read only) that you may print, fill out, and send in.
In addition, if you
would like to submit an article: Use a conversational rather than academic
tone. Strive to tell the story from the human/personal perspective, noting
specifically how a family, a community or a country has been impacted.
words. Include action photographs of people and communities involved in
malaria control. Include brief biographical information about yourself
and how we can reach you.
To submit the form, an article, an editorial, or if you have questions,
by email: RBM@who.int
use the subject heading "Success stories/News "
World Health Organization/RBM
20 Avenue Appia
12.11 Geneva 27
thank you for sharing your experiences!