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Other Development Partners

  • The World Bank
  • Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
  • UNICEF
  • Malaria No More

The World Bank

The World Bank has been a very large donor to the NATNETS Programme in the past. It provided USD 25 million for the purchase of Long Lasting Insecticide Treated Nets (LLINs) for the "catch-up campaign" in 8 of the 21 regions as well as for the procurement of longer-lasting insecticide retreatment kits (IRKs) to treat the estimated 6.5 million nets which were not treated for more than one year. In more recent years the World Bank has not been an active donor in malaria.

 

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The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (EKN), formerly the Royal Netherlands Embassy, has been instrumental in supporting malaria activities in the country in the past. The embassy supported the SMITIN/SMARTNET project in collaboration with DFID. In collaboration with the President's Malaria Initiative the EKN donated funds for the procurement of insecticides kits by bed net manufacturers while waiting for a long-lasting factory pre-treatment technology. The EKN however closed its development programme in Tanzania in 2012.

 

UNICEF - United Nations Children's Fund

The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (EKN), formerly the Royal Netherlands Embassy, has been instrumental in supporting malaria activities in the country in the past. The embassy supported the SMITIN/SMARTNET project in collaboration with DFID. In collaboration with the President's Malaria Initiative the EKN donated funds for the procurement of insecticides kits by bed net manufacturers while waiting for a long-lasting factory pre-treatment technology. The EKN however closed its development programme in Tanzania in 2012.

 

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Malaria No More is assisting Tanzanian leaders in their efforts to increase coverage with malaria control interventions by providing support through its signature programs – the Zinduka! Campaign, technical assistance, Long Lasting Insecticides Treated Nets (LLINs) distributions, and global advocacy.