Malaria No More
At Malaria No More, we envision a world where no child dies from a mosquito bite. We use our innovative partnerships and focused advocacy to elevate malaria on the global health agenda, create political will and mobilize the global resources required to achieve malaria eradication within a generation.
Nigeria represents a quarter of Africa’s entire malaria burden. Together with government and corporate support, Malaria No More is working with the country’s top celebrities and best local marketers to put a significant dent in that figure.
NightWatch, known locally as the Malaria-Free Nigeria campaign, launch in 2014 with a bang. The country’s top broadcast and mobile companies and Nigeria’s hottest hip-hop icons, Nollywood stars and beloved athletes announced their involvement at the national launch in the country’s capital, and the star-studded malaria anthem, television and radio spots hit airways on World Malaria Day (April 25). We’re also working with prominent journalists to ensure that malaria’s human impact and economic drain remains a top agenda item for the public, the Nigerian government and other decision-makers.
get in touch with our team
Dayo Oluwole, Country Director
12 Ajanaku Street, Off Salvation, Opebi Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
Tel: +234 (0)8039780426
Malaria No More’s signature health education program goes live on TV and radio across the country.
We conduct advocacy and malaria education programs that encourage both government and individual citizens to engage in best practices in the fight against malaria.
Chad’s top artists came together for the Stop Palu NightWatch campaign and recorded an anti-malaria anthem that’s reaching people across airways.
$1 buys and delivers a full course of life-saving malaria treatment through our Power of One campaign.
We’ve provided nets, equipped health workers, and delivered health education through music.
Delivered nets and ensured high usage with cell phone innovation and top Tanzanian artists.
We’ve partnered with government and top mobile companies to deliver nets and save lives.