Japan’s House members form 'League of Legislators to Eliminate Malaria by 2030'

18 Japanese legislators, including members of both the upper and lower houses of the House of Representatives, formed the 'League of Legislators to Eliminate Malaria by 2030', which specializes in the worldwide elimination of malaria.

The federation of legislators aims to increase Japan’s international presence in the effort to eliminate malaria. The President will be Yasuhisa Shiozaki and the Secretary-General will be Masashi Kumano.

Japan has strengthened health systems abroad to address infectious diseases and has collaborated with the private sector to tackle HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. Japan continues to contribute to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria.

Press release – Malaria No More Japan