Being a valued partner in malaria prevention requires a high standard of professional malaria knowledge and a commitment to staying current with new advances and best practices in the field. Volunteers will support monitoring and evaluation efforts.
Volunteers function within an ecosystem of partner malaria prevention professionals. They work closely with those partners to avoid duplication of services and find synergies.
Recognizing the crucial importance of innovation and demonstrated success, Volunteers will pilot interventions in their communities and work with partners to take successful experiments on the local level to scale nationally and internationally.
Long-term success in malaria prevention requires careful attention to lessons learned and best practices. To that end, Volunteers will extensively document their projects.
Sharing documents, experiences, and lessons learned ensures that promising practices piloted by Volunteers and partner organizations can be widely replicated. Special emphasis is placed on the concrete work of ensuring that documents are both discoverable and accessible to malaria prevention professionals around the world.
As stewards of taxpayer dollars, we will be ruthlessly efficient and do more with less.