World Leaders Who Stand for
Zero Malaria

In order to realize Zero Malaria by 2040, politicians,​ ​
economists, academicians, and artists etc. are taking the leadership.

End Malaria Council

In 2016, the world’s top leaders led by Mr. Ray Chambers of the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy and Mr. Bill Gates, co-founder of the Gates Foundation launched the End Malaria Council. We are pleased that we were able to support this movement.

Bill Gates

Co-chair and Trustee of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Ray Chambers

United Nations Secretary-General's Special Envoy for Health in Agenda 2030 and for Malaria

Aliko Dangote

President and Chief Executive, Dangote Group

HE Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

President of Liberia

Graça Machel

Founder, Foundation for Community Development (FDC), Mozambique

HE Jakaya Kikwete

Former President of Tanzania

Luis Alberto Moreno

President of the Inter-American Development Bank

Peter Chernin

Founder, Chernin Entertainment and The Chernin Group


Chair, African Leaders Malaria Alliance

ZERO Malaria 2030 Campaign Executive Committee

Steering Committee members (as of 26 May 2017,)
* As of January 20, 2018, the following person is in office. Members of the executive committee will be added at any time from time to time. (Alphabetical order, alphabetical abbreviation)

Takahiro Kamiyo (Chairman, Steering Committee Chair, Certified NPO Malaria No More Japan)
Masaomi Akana (Executive Officer, Eisai Co., Ltd.)
Masataka Uno (Representative Director, Japan Fund Raising Association, an authorized NPO)
Kaeri Oura (CEO, Senior Managing Director, Global Health Technology Promotion Fund)
Akio Okawara (President of Japan International Exchange Center / Director of Global Fund Japan Committee)
Shigeru Omi (Chairman, Organization for Regional Medical Function Promotion, Incorporated Administrative Agency)
Kiyoshi Kita (Dean, Graduate School of Tropical Medicine and Global Health, Nagasaki University)
Yasumasa Kimura (Representative of UNICEF Tokyo Office)
Tetsuo Kondo (Representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Japan)
Keizo Takemi (member of the House of Councilors)
SDGs Civil Society Network

ZERO malaria 2030 campaign
Hasegawa studies (Cabinet Secretariat, International Infectious Disease Control and Coordination Office Planning Officer, New Influenza, etc.)

ZERO malaria 2030 campaign
Support company
Dentsu Inc.
Sysmex Corporation (* We received the support of the campaign organized event on October 10, 2017)

Zero Malaria Award

We are honoring the leaders in Japan who are working for achieving zero malaria

The First Award (2014)
Public benefit organization Japan youth conference room

In recognition of activities to cooperate with the long-term "Nothing But Nets" campaign to send bed nets to children in Africa by the Junior Chamber International

The Second Award (2015)
Fumihiko Kawamoto · Emeritus Professor, Oita University

The prominent researcher well known in the world for development of testing methodology by Acridine Orange Staining microscopy as well for research in molecular epidemiology on G66PD deficiency

Jun Kobayashi, Professor, School of Medicine, University of the Ryukyus
Jun Kobayashi · Professor, School of Medicine, University of the Ryukyus

In recognition of activities as Malaria Control Advisor in Laos as well as of initiatives in Southeast Asia and West Africa​ ​

The Fourth Award (2017)

Publication of "Challengers for Eradicating Malaria” written by Eiiku Haibara