NMCP Press Release

Malaria is endemic in Nigeria and it remains one of the leading causes of childhood and maternal morbidity and mortality in the Country.





Nigeria is one of the countries benefiting from the Global Fund grants for HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Following the successful application of the Funding Request in the March 2017 submission window, the Global Fund has requested that Nigeria proceed to grant making in line with the recommendation by the Technical Review Panel (TRP). Consequently, NMEP, as a Principal Recipient of the Grant, is engaging the services of a Consultant to support the development of its’ grant budget for the 2018 – 2020 implementation period in line with the Nigeria Malaria Strategic Plan and the Nigeria Funding Request.



Vacant positions in NMEP GF-PMU, OCT 2017.



 Malaria is endemic in Nigeria with 97% of the population of 170 million living in areas of high malaria risk and an estimated 3% living in malaria free highlands. Nigeria bears up to 25% of the malarial disease burden in Africa, making this country with the highest malaria mortality.


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