His Excellency, Uhuru Kenyatta, former President of the Republic of Kenya (from 2013 to 2022) and ALMA Chair from January 2020 to August 2022, made engaging young people in the fight against malaria a key part of his agenda.
This commitment supports the African Union’s (AU) efforts to encourage youth leadership towards the goals set in the Africa Youth Charter, the AU Roadmap on Harnessing the Demographic Dividend Through Investments in Youth (PDF) and Agenda 2063.
Now is the time to leverage the potential of young people to eliminate malaria by 2030, and work with them for faster and more effective delivery of health services at all levels.His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta, former President of the Republic of Kenya (from 2013 to 2022) and ALMA Chair (from January 2020 to August 2022)
Introduction to our youth work
ALMA Youth Strategy – 2020 to 2030
Our youth strategy to harness the demographic dividend to end malaria and improve health outcomes in Africa.
Get involved and volunteer in our youth work
Learn how to get involved and volunteer in the fight against malaria.
News about our youth work
News about youth engagement in the fight against malaria and the movement for universal health coverage.
ALMA Youth Advisory Council (AYAC)
ALMA Youth Advisory Council (AYAC) introduction
Providing a voice to young people, in line with the ALMA Chair’s vision to put youth at the centre.
Members of the ALMA Youth Advisory Council
The council provide ALMA with strategic and operational guidance on engaging young people.
Volunteer to be a member of the ALMA Youth Advisory Council
The criteria for serving on the ALMA Youth Advisory Council.
National malaria youth corps
National malaria youth corps introduction
Involved in a range of areas to improve action and accountability in the fight against malaria.
Countries with national malaria youth corps
There are currently 4 national malaria youth corps.
Setting up a national malaria youth corps
Process for creating a new national malaria youth corps.