— The three leading infectious diseases -HIV, TB and Malaria
To strengthen the financial base and boost MIAA’s resource envelope in response to the burden of the TB HIV co-epidemic and malaria driven by SDG 3.
— Universal Health Coverage and Health Financing
To enhance the generation of financial resources in lobbying for universal health coverage and health spending in line with SDG 3
— Non-communicable diseases
To invest resources in the growing chronic disease burden in response to non-communicable diseases in Malawi using faith action.
— Maternal, Newborn health and family planning
To increase resources for MIAA in tackling rapid population growth, reducing maternal mortality and newborn deaths and increase in the national contraceptive prevalence through the faith community platform.
— Human Rights, Gender Based Violence and Child Marriages
To mobilize resources in addressing gender-based violence and child marriages for better health and education outcomes for girls.
— Institutional Sustainability
To build MIAA’s institutional capacity, staffing and long-term program sustainability.