PROGRESS

Since 2000, the world has made incredible progress against malaria. Malaria No More is proud to have contributed to this historic effort.

2000

MALARIA KILLS A CHILD EVERY 30 SECONDS AND 1 MILLION PEOPLE ANNUALLY

UN Millennial Development Goals launched with goal of halting and reversing malaria deaths, cases by 2015

2002

GLOBAL PARTNERS LAUNCH THE GLOBAL FUND TO FIGHT AIDS, TUBERCULOSIS AND MALARIA

2004

The Global Fund becomes largest funder
of life-saving bed nets

2005

President George W. Bush commits $1.2B to fight malaria with launch of President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) in 15 countries

The Global Fund raises $1.4B in donor commitments for 2006-2007

2006

Malaria No More launches at first-ever White House Summit on Malaria

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2007

Malaria No More partners with American Idol Gives Back to raise awareness and raise millions to end malaria deaths

Donor commitments to the Global Fund for 2008-2010 jump to $9.7B

2008

World leaders united behind the Roll Back Malaria Partnership’s Global Malaria Action Plan and pledge $3.2B to the malaria fight

Malaria No More Co-Founder Ray Chambers appointed first-ever UN Special Envoy for Malaria

First World Malaria Day celebrated globally

2009

Malaria No More UK launches

The African Leaders Malaria Alliance (ALMA) launches with 49 leaders committed to malaria control and prevention

2010

76% of suspected malaria cases confirmed by a diagnostic test, compared to 5% in 2000

Donor commitments to the Global Fund for 2011-2013 increase to $11.69B; 73% increase in bed net distribution since 2010

Malaria No More partners with >25 celebrities for a “Comedy Fights Malaria” campaign

2012

Malaria No More and ExxonMobil $1M partnership supports malaria eradication and education in Cameroon and Chad

Malaria No More Japan launches

2013

Use of Artemisinin-Combination Therapies (ACTs) as a first-line treatment for malaria reaches 90% of countries with malaria

Malaria No More, Novartis and Alere launch “Power of One” campaign to help close the test and treatment gap in Zambia

The Asia-Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance (APLMA) launches to accelerate progress against malaria

Malaria mortality rate for children <5 cut in half since 2000

$10.9B pledged to the Global Fund for 2014-2016; >6.5x increase in bed net distribution since 2008

2014

Malaria No More and Kimberly-Clark launch partnership to help reduce malaria deaths in Kenya

2015

1 billion nets distributed in Africa since 2000

193 countries adopt the Global Technical Strategy for Malaria 2016-2030; Ambitious targets set for accelerating elimination by 2020, 2025 and 2030

The world’s first malaria vaccine (RTS,S) is approved by WHO for vaccine trials

Malaria deaths drop 62% since 2000 as a result of global efforts. MDG target to halt and reverse cases, deaths achieved

17 Asian-Pacific leaders commit to end malaria in the region by 2030

1000% increase since 2000 in global funding for the malaria fight

2016

President Obama proposes $200M increase in U.S. malaria funding in State of the Union address

Donors pledge $12.9B to Global Fund for 2017-2019, Record # of endemic countries contribute

Global efforts reported to have saved 6.8M lives, prevented >1B cases since 2000

2017

End Malaria Council launches to ensure malaria eradication remains a global priority

Global Fund impact reaches 22M lives saved

President Donald J. Trump hails U.S. leadership in malaria in speech before UN General Assembly

PMI expands to 24 countries, covering an additional 90M people at risk in West and Central Africa; study shows direct impact of investments to date

2000 THROUGH

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CASES PREVENTED

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LIVES SAVED

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