MSH Joins Roll Back Malaria Partnership Board
MSH is pleased to announce that the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership recently elected Rima Shretta as the Roll Back Malaria Alternate Board member for the Northern Nongovernmental Organization (NGO) Constituency. Housed in the World Health Organization Secretariat, the Partnership coordinates activity of its more than 500 members to reduce malaria morbidity and mortality.
Ms. Shretta currently serves as Principal Program Associate for malaria at MSH’s Center for Pharmaceutical Management, where she provides technical guidance on malaria-related activities for the Strengthening Pharmaceutical Systems Program, which is funded by the United States Agency for International Development. She also serves as co-chair of the RBM Procurement and Supply Management Working Group, a position to which she was recently re-elected, and sits on the ACTwatch Advisory Group.
Elected RBM board members serve on the board for a two-year period representing their respective constituencies. The Northern NGO constituency primarily includes international NGOs supporting implementation of malaria control through their country programs. Ms. Shretta will provide strategic guidance to the RBM board and facilitate communications between the board and the NGO community she represents.