On April 25, 2017, Malaria No More Japan led a multi-sectoral industry-government-academic-sector gathering with the goal of "zeroing the number of malaria deaths by 2030". ZERO Malaria 2030 Campaign . So far, we have developed various activities, such as sending out domestic events and media, and providing goods to those working overseas.
In 2019, the third year since its establishment, the ZERO Malaria 2030 Campaign will hold three roundtables `` Zero Malaria 2030: What Japan can do '' to further promote the creation of a malaria-free world through multi-sector collaboration In addition to the ZERO Malaria 2030 Campaign Steering Committee, outside experts and overseas NGOs will be invited as guest speakers to discuss the possibility of zero malaria challenge from Japan.
In this second edition, we will discuss the possibility of Japanese companies' efforts to control malaria in collaboration with the Asia-Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance (APLMA), which is based in Singapore. This time, we will consider not only the fields of pharmaceuticals and chemistry, which have been considered in the conventional malaria control process, but also a method to zero out malaria that infects more than 200 million people annually through IT and advertising.
There will be simultaneous Japanese-English interpretation, so please join us.
- Date: December 18, 2019, 15:30 to 18:00 (Open: 15:00)
- Organizer: ZERO Malaria 2030 Campaign (Secretariat: Certified NPO Malaria No More Japan)
- Co-organizer: Asia Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance (APLMA)
- Cooperation: UNDP office in Japan
- 会場：TKPガーデンシティPREMIUM京橋 ホール22A
（東京都中央区京橋2-2-1 京橋エドグラン 22F）
- Event Inquiries: Malaria No More Japan Secretariat ( email@example.com )
- Language: English / Japanese (with simultaneous interpretation)
- Capacity: 70 people (advance application)
- Application page: https://forms.gle/kyc7LeVxqWv7yS3N6
Speaker (* is ZERO malaria 2030 campaign executive committee)
Takahiro Kamiyo (Kwansei Gakuin Board Director / Professor of the University / Chairman of the Certified NPO Malaria No More Japan / Zero Malaria 2030 Campaign Chairperson) *
Kiyoshi Kita (Professor, Graduate School of Tropical Medicine and Global Health, Nagasaki University) *
- Keynote speaker
Keizo Takemi (Member of the House of Councilors, World Health Organization (WHO) UHC Goodwill Ambassador) * (planned)
Ruby Shang, President of APLMA
Mr. Patrik Silborn, Director of APLMA
Rei Nishimoto (Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd. Representative Director, Executive Vice President / Director of Certified NPO Malaria No More Japan)
Koji Kinoshita (General Manager, CSR Promotion Department, Dentsu Inc./SDGs)*
Kaori Ohura (CEO and Managing Director, Global Health Technology Promotion Fund) *
Yasumasa Kimura (UNICEF Tokyo Office Representative) *
Tetsuo Kondo (Representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Representative Office in Japan) *
Ken Shibusawa (Chairman of the Board of Commons Investment Trusts / Director of Malaria No More Japan, a certified NPO) (planned)
Hiroyuki Noda (Cabinet Secretariat, International Infectious Disease Control Coordination Office Planning Officer) *
Event schedule (planned)
15:30 Opening Remarks Takahiro Kamiyo (Chairman of ZERO Malaria 2030 Campaign)
15:35 Keynote speech Keizo Takemi (Member of the House of Councilors)
15:45 Greetings “Malaria in Asia-Pacific: Japanese Leadership and the Role of APLMA” Ruby Shan (APLMA)
15:55 Proposal 1 (Introduction of M2030 and expectations for Japan) Patrick Sylborne (APLMA)
16:10 Raising the issue ② “What are the challenges of malaria control? From the standpoint of a private company” Rei Nishimoto (Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd.)
16:26 Raising the challenge ③ “New Challenge:“ Common Ground ”with Dentsu Group” Koji Kinoshita (
16:47 Table Discussion “Participation in Global Health:
Moderator: Kiyoshi Kita (Professor, Graduate School of Tropical Medicine and Global Health, Nagasaki University)
17:55 Closing remarks
Reference: What is ZERO malaria 2030 campaign?
Bill Gates stated that “humanity is trying to see a great moment to overcome infections,” but the number of deaths due to diseases carried by mosquitoes such as malaria has decreased dramatically in recent years. The In the 10 years from 2000 to 2010, the death toll decreased by 60%.
Nevertheless, about half of the world's population is exposed to the threat of malaria.
In 2015, the international community adopted the “Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)”. Goal 3 set an ambitious goal of “achieving zero malaria” for malaria.
For Japan, which has made significant contributions in the field of global health, it is important to have clear and specific goals and to materialize the efforts to achieve these figures. The world also urges Japanese testing and research institutions and companies to invest in further research and development, and strongly expects Japan to contribute to the global health field through continuous contributions to international organizations.
As Malaria No More Japan celebrated its 5th anniversary in 2017, it launched a campaign to support the international community's determination to achieve zero malaria by 2030.
In the campaign, in cooperation with companies, international organizations, researchers, governments, as well as celebrities, media, citizen organizations, cooperating organizations, etc., people in a wide range of fields tell about something that the mosquito carries, and participate in the campaign We will develop concrete actions and support programs.
From Japan to the world, we will promote initiatives aimed at a “world without malaria (zero malaria)”.
Click here for details http://zero2030.org/marala/about.html
A network organization that was born as a result of the leaders of the Asia-Pacific countries, including Prime Minister Abe, who gathered at the East Asia Summit in 2014 expressed their commitment to eliminate malaria in Asia by 2030. Since last year, M2030 has been advocated and promoted by private companies through public relations campaigns.
Group website: https://www.aplma.org/