On the Ground in Africa

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  • Life Saving Commodities
  • Health Education
  • Both
  • Senegal

    MNM conducted the first universal coverage mosquito net distribution.

  • Cameroon

    Our education campaign inspired 500,000+ to sleep under mosquito nets.

  • Zambia

    $1 buys and delivers a full course of life-saving malaria treatment through our Power of One campaign.

  • South Africa

    During the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Johannesburg, we worked with the United Against Malaria partnership to reach hundreds of millions of Africans with malaria education.


Covered 5.6 million people with mosquito nets

Life Saving Commodities

Malaria No More is working to make sure every family in Africa has timely access to the tools they need to prevent, diagnose and treat malaria.

  • Mosquito nets (or LLINs) are the surest way to prevent malaria. To date, we've helped distribute nets in 17 African countries.
  • In Fall 2013, we launched Power of One, a campaign to deploy rapid diagnostic tests and artemisinin-based combination treatments to reduce malaria deaths in children.
Reached 20 million Africans through Nightwatch

Health Education

Developed in partnership with Lalela Project, our innovative NightWatch initiative is engaging mobile platforms and African leaders, from international music icons to local sports heroes and African presidents, to deliver lifesaving health education to ensure families sleep under nets and seek timely testing and treatment.

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What We're Doing at Home

Rallying Political Leaders

The Malaria Policy Center is keeping malaria at the top of the world's agenda, where it belongs.

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Engaging the Public

We're using technology, media, and pop culture to inspire the global public to help make malaria no more.

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