The Republic of Cameroon is a member state of the African Leaders Malaria Alliance. We support Cameroon in the implementation of the country’s scorecard tools, Malaria Youth Corps and upcoming End Malaria Council.

Scorecard tools

Scorecard management tools are country-owned tools that provide a snapshot of the country’s national and subnational health performance. The colour-coded scorecard tool helps track performance of priority indicators, identify bottlenecks or gaps, increase accountability, and enhance decision making to drive action.

We support Cameroon with 2 scorecard tools:

  • malaria scorecard tool
  • neglected tropical diseases scorecard tool

Malaria scorecard tool

Cameroon’s malaria scorecard tool was developed in 2017 by the Cameroon Malaria Control Programme, with support from ALMA and other partners. Since the introduction of the scorecard tool, we have been supporting the Ministry of Public Health in strengthening their malaria scorecard tool.

Neglected tropical diseases scorecard tool

Cameroon’s neglected tropical diseases scorecard tool was developed by the Ministry of Public Health, with support from ALMA.

Malaria Youth Corps

The Cameroon Malaria Youth Corps launched in March 2024.

National malaria youth corps are involved in a range of areas to improve action and accountability in the fight against malaria and to improve access to universal health coverage.

Learn more about the Cameroon Malaria Youth Corps.

End Malaria Council

The Honourable Minister of Health of the Cameroon announced plans to establish a national End Malaria Council on World Malaria Day 2021. This council will be hosted within the existing Roll Back Malaria Committee and will be composed of senior government, private sector and civil society leaders charged with mobilising advocacy, action, resources and accountability for the national malaria strategic plan.

National End Malaria Councils are public-private partnerships established to help accelerate progress against malaria. The council is a country-led and owned initiative that brings together senior-level, multi-sectoral stakeholders. It is focused on driving action and accountability, resource mobilisation and advocacy in the fight against malaria.