The malaria community has a broad variety of stakeholders, each of which has a variety of priorities and focuses. To address the diversity of opinions, Harvard can be an enabler to provide an independent, fact-based evaluation of the world as it stands and be a source of alternative thinking, grounded in insights from a wide range of disciplines from across the University.

Working Together

To maximize the potential impact of this work, we strive to build a broad set of collaborators with strategic partners beyond Harvard. The Defeating Malaria initiative benefits from support – both financial and non-financial – and partnerships from all sectors, including industry, government, commerce and the academic community. Harvard relishes the opportunity to collaborate and contribute to achieving this ambitious vision, and we encourage you to contact us to find out how to become involved.

Our Partners include:

Barcelona Institute for Global Health
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Broad Institute
ExxonMobil Foundation
Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS)
Harvard Business School (HBS)
HBS Social Enterprise Club
Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies
Harvard College
Harvard College Developers for Development
Harvard College Entrepreneurship Forum
Harvard College Forum for International Development
Harvard College Health Advocacy Program, Student Group
Harvard Dental School
Harvard Global Health Institute
Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Harvard Kennedy School (HKS)
HKS Center for International Development
HKS Business & Government Professional Interest Council, Student Group
HKS Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations
HKS Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government
Harvard Medical School
Harvard Premedical Society
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Harvard T.H. Chan School Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics
Harvard T.H. Chan School Center for Health and the Global Environment
Harvard T.H. Chan School Department of Global Health & Population
Harvard T.H. Chan School Department of Immunology & Infectious Diseases
Harvard T.H. Chan School Middle East and North African, Student Group
Harvard T.H. Chan School Nigerian Students and Scholars Society, Student Group
Harvard T.H. Chan School Public Health, Innovation, and Technology Forum
Harvard T.H. Chan School Takemi Program in International Health
Harvard T.H. Chan School African Health Student Forum
Harvard Undergraduate Global Health Forum
Harvard University David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies
Office of Career Services, Harvard University, Faculty of Arts & Sciences
Office of the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Health in Agenda 2030 and for Malaria
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Students Against Malaria
Sumitomo Chemical
Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute
The MCJ/Amelior Foundation