Philip Coticelli is the Research and Communications Manager for Africa Fighting Malaria, a pro-DDT advocacy group. Coticelli is based in the group's Washington, D.C. office and, according to a brief biographical note on the group's website, "has been working as a researcher, editor and public relations officer for AFM since 2005" and "has developed and managed malaria control advocacy strategies in eastern and southern Africa."
In his profile, Coticelli states he was previously the "Program Coordinator for Clinical Trials at National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke" and the "Project Manager at Global Health Advocates." It also states that he has "generated earned media, editorials and peer-reviewed papers in top global media", "developed and managed a range of creative advocacy campaigns", "traveled and networked across the Atlantic and political spectrum to promote effective health technologies" and is "looking to leverage diverse experience in the private sector."
In June 2008 Coticelli was promoting "the March of Washingtons" which he described as the "first and only grassroots effort to buy and test malaria drugs". Coticelli was asking other groups to become "a founding partner" in the March of Washingtons with the aim of it being launched on August 4, 2008. 
Coticelli has been an occasional contributor to Wikipedia articles on AFM and perosnnel related to it.
Articles and Resources
Related SourceWatch Articles
- Africa Fighting Malaria, "Board & Staff", Africa Fighting Malaria website, accessed January 2009.
- "Philip Coticelli: Creative Media Strategist, Effective Networker, Accomplished Writer", LinkedIn, accessed January 2009.
- Philip Coticelli, "Be a Founding Member in the March of Washingtons", Essentialdrugs.org (email forum), June 21, 2008.
- "User contributions: Pcoticelli", Wikipedia, accessed January 2009.
Articles and Reports by Coticelli
- Philip Coticelli & Justin Schwab, "Sickening Incompetence: The World Bank needs to clean up its act when it comes to preventing malaria", National revoew Online, April 27, 2006.
- Philip Coticelli, "Biting the bullet", Washington Monthly, October 2006.
- Philip Coticelli, WHOPES and Its Impact on Long-lasting Insecticidal Net Availability, Africa Fighting Malaria Occasional Paper, April 23, 2007. (Pdf)
- Philip Coticelli, "Whither Idol's Money?", New York Sun, May 22, 2007.
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