The Programme of the Elimination of Malaria on the Island of Bioko (BIMEP), led by the Equatorial Guinea Ministry for Health and Social Welfare, oil companies and Sanaria, has been selected as finalist for the prestigious P3 Impact Award, organised by the United States Office for Global Partnerships, the Concordia Organisation and University of Virginia Darden Business School.
The Vice-Minister for Health and Social Welfare, Motoha Ondo’o Ayekaba, declared that “to be a finalist is a reflection of the social impact of BIMEP over the years and its potential to change the game with respect to the control and elimination of malaria in Africa”.
To be among the 5 best programmes in the world and as the best example of a PPP is”, added the Vice-Minister, “huge recognition of the impressive work that is being carried out in Equatorial Guinea over 15 years”.
The P3 Impact Award is an award that aims to recognise and honour the main public-private partnerships (P3s) that help to improve societies and the world as a whole.
The winner of the award will be published on 22nd September at a ceremony to take place in New York.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office