Today is World Malaria Day. This year’s theme: End Malaria for Good. While 6.8 million malaria deaths were averted between 2000 – 2015, there are still 3.2 billion people who are susceptible to contracting the disease every day and a half million children die from malaria every year. There is a long way to go to save more lives especially for children under the age … Continue reading 3 Ways You Can Help On World Malaria Day
As you might know last Friday marked World Malaria Day, a day to encourage the global health community, the private sector, governments, NGOs, and everyday, ordinary people to keep up the fight to help defeat malaria. Every minute a child dies of malaria somewhere in the world, most of whom live in sub-Saharan Africa. In fact, 90% of children who die from malaria live in … Continue reading Malaria No More Launches #MalariaSucks Campaign
I have been told enough harrowing personal stories and have read enough reports to understand contracting malaria isn’t a cakewalk. And for children (especially those under the age of five) and expectant mothers malaria can be deadly. Fortunately with rapid diagnosis and malaria treatments children as well as adults can experience speedy recoveries from a disease that is both debilitating and potentially fatal. While in … Continue reading [Photos] Inside a Malaria Treatment Center
In Zambia there is one central location where over 600 medicines are stored for distribution throughout the country. I was recently in Zambia as a guest of Malaria No More and its new campaign, Power of One that ensures that with a small $1 donation a Zambian child will receive a full course of malaria treatment and a diagnostic test. While in Zambia I visited the Central Medical … Continue reading [Photos] Walking Through a Medical Supplies Warehouse in Zambia
Can $1 really save a life? Global malaria eradication NGO, Malaria No More, says yes. With Power of One (Po1), Malaria No More’s new, innovative campaign that takes the power of people’s desire to do good coupled with a low price point to online and mobile philanthropy, Malaria No More is on a mission to close the perpetual gaps between malaria testing and treatment in some of … Continue reading Can $1 Really Save a Life?
Did you know that a child dies from malaria every minute? That is a pretty startling statistic! Our partner Malaria No More has teamed up with the United Nations Special Envoy for Malaria to kick off the #EndMalaria campaign for World Malaria Day celebrated tomorrow, April 25. The #EndMalaria campaign is an online and mobile effort to get more mosquito nets into hands of people … Continue reading Take a Minute to #EndMalaria for World Malaria Day
Did you know that 91% of all malaria deaths occur in Africa*? Or, that the mosquito that transmits malaria only bites from dusk until dawn? Until there is a viable, clinically-tested vaccine for malaria bed nets are the only saving grace for children whose immune systems are too weak to fight off the deadly disease. Our partner, Malaria No More, is determined to end malaria in … Continue reading Why Bed Nets in the Developing World Are So Vital
Last week our partner Malaria No More launched their “Dream Big for Africa’ campaign. Anyone who texts “Dream” to 85944 will donate $10 to Malaria No More and be automatically entered to win a trip to Africa with Smash star Katharine McPhee. Spread the word on Twitter with this tweet: Text DREAM to 85944 to donate $10 to @MalariaNoMore and be entered to win a … Continue reading Action Campaign – Spread the Word About Malaria No More’s ‘Dream Big for Africa’ Campaign