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Malaria No More: a world where no one dies from a mosquito bite


Malaria No More: a world where no one dies from a mosquito bite
Malaria No More: a world where no one dies from a mosquito bite
Malaria No More operates with a clear vision - a world where no one succumbs to a mosquito bite.

This noble aspiration is intricately woven into the fabric of global society's overarching goals - ensuring health and well-being for all (SDG 3) and eradicating poverty (SDG 1). Yet, it recognizes that vanquishing malaria isn't solely a medical victory; it's a catalyst for unlocking human potential and igniting economic growth, thereby contributing to the broader Global Goals.



Over the past two decades, Malaria No More, in partnership with unwavering supporters worldwide, has achieved remarkable strides in the battle against malaria. Their resolute efforts have resulted in saving 10.6 million lives and preventing a staggering 1.7 billion malaria infections. However, the harsh reality remains that malaria continues to claim nearly half a million lives annually. Malaria No More's mission remains incomplete until every individual is safeguarded from the threat of a mosquito bite.


So, why this relentless pursuit of ending malaria? The answer is resoundingly simple: putting an end to malaria translates to saving lives and shattering the vicious cycle of poverty. In 2019 alone, malaria claimed 409,000 lives and triggered 229 million cases. This insidious disease not only robs families of their loved ones but also disrupts children's education, leading to missed school days and diminished future earning potential. Healthy children pave the way for productive parents, who, in turn, can provide better for their families and communities.


Furthermore, malaria proves to be a substantial impediment to economic prosperity. Statistical evidence underscores the correlation between malaria and economic growth, revealing that countries free from malaria experience fivefold greater economic expansion. Even a modest 10% reduction in malaria incidence correlates with a 0.3% rise in GDP, underscoring the intricate connection between health and wealth.





Malaria No More functions as a global network, employing specialized teams in advocacy, policy, communications, technical programs, and finance to effectuate change worldwide. The organization stands as a potent advocate, wielding influence to secure substantial U.S. investments through initiatives such as the U.S. President's Malaria Initiative and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria. Their reach spans across Africa, India, and the Asia-Pacific region, emphasizing their unwavering commitment to confronting malaria on a global scale.


Today, Malaria No More serves as an enduring testament to the potency of collective action and unwavering dedication. Through continued influence on national and global leaders, the securing of vital funding, and the mobilization of communities into action, this initiative reaffirms its commitment to eradicating malaria from our world. With boundless determination, they channel their energies into a noble mission - making malaria no more. In doing so, the organization not only saves countless lives but also makes a substantial contribution to the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals, epitomizing the strength, activism, and progress of global society in the pursuit of a healthier, more prosperous world for all.


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