WITH YOUR HELP,
WE CAN END MALARIA IN A GENERATION
Since 2000, thanks to your support, the world has made tremendous strides toward ending one of the world’s oldest and deadliest diseases and has saved 7.6 million lives. Yet, malaria still kills nearly half a million people each year. Our work isn’t done until no one dies from a mosquito bite.
Since 2000, 7.6 million lives saved
Malaria Deaths Down by 62%
PROTECTING MOMS AND NEWBORNS FROM MALARIA
Cameroon, Central Africa: Ruth’s Story
Pregnant women are especially vulnerable to malaria, putting mothers and unborn babies at greater risk of death. Ruth, a community advocate trained by Malaria No More, shares her moving story and motivation to help ensure that pregnant women can protect themselves and their newborns from malaria.
What does it mean to end one of the world’s deadliest diseases?
We Can Save Countless Lives
Eliminating malaria means half of the global population will no longer be at risk for this devastating disease, and more than 400,000 people can be saved each year.
We Can Help Lift Families Out of Poverty
Ending malaria helps ensure children can go to school and adults can go to work. It means families don’t spend precious resources seeking care and increases human capital that can drive economic growth for countries where malaria takes a heavy toll. Every $1 invested in malaria control in Africa returns up to $40 in economic growth.
HELP US MAKE MALARIA NO MORE
Together, we are fueling the world’s progress toward one of humanity’s greatest achievements—eliminating malaria.
fuelING the fight to end malaria
Thanks to the commitments by government donors, the private sector, foundations, and individuals like you, we’ve helped to grow funding to fight malaria by more than 1000% since 2000.
But, today we are at a critical point. This year 10 countries reached the goal of elimination. With your support, we can keep momentum going and keep the world on a path to end this disease for good.
THE END OF MALARIA STARTS WITH YOU. LET’S BE THE GENERATION THAT ENDS THIS DISEASE.
Your contribution will help us ensure that no one dies from a mosquito bite.