Prisha, a student in Missouri, has been researching malaria for her school project on zoonotic diseases (diseases transmitted by animals). Prisha is familiar with malaria, having caught it on her 3rd birthday when visiting India. Knowing how dangerous malaria can be, she wants to make sure no child dies from a mosquito bite.

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Leadership. Financing. Technology. The End Malaria Council takes on big issues in the fight to #DefeatMalaria!

Last month in Davos, Switzerland, a group of the world’s most influential and respected leaders came together to announce the formation of the End Malaria Council. Learn more about membership and strategy here: [ Link ]
A huge THANK YOU to all of our donors and supporters! Amazing progress has been made in the malaria fight with help from partners like you. Let's continue the work and #EndItForGood!
Check out this blog from Malaria No More CEO, Martin Edlund, reflecting on the last 10 years of progress in the #malaria fight!

A huge thank you to all of our partners and supporters who made this astonishing progress possible. We look forward to continiunig our work with you to live up to our name. Let’s make malaria no more!

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Making Malaria No More: 10 Years of Progress and Partnership
Today is #GivingTuesday! Support Malaria No More and our mission to ensure no child dies of a mosquito bite. Child deaths in Africa are lower than ever before - help us get to zero!

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We were thrilled to have such a fantastic group of journalists covering all of the exciting new #malaria research and innovation here in Seattle last month!

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Innovating to End Malaria in Seattle
The Global Fund Replenishment has raised over $12.9 billion to fight diseases like #malaria!
Check out this blog from Olivia Ngou, Malaria No More's Cameroon Country Director, about the impact Global Fund is having in Cameroon.

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The Global Fund: The World’s Champion in the Fight Against Malaria
What a truly remarkable achievement! Today, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declares Sri Lanka malaria-free!

Sri Lanka, which was once one of the most malaria affected countries, is now the second country in WHO's South-East Asia Region to eliminate malaria. #EndItForGood

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World Health Organisation declares Sri Lanka malaria-free
Today is #WorldMosquitoDay. Despite its size, the mosquito is the deadliest animal in the world and the greatest threat to our global health security. Read more about this deadly foe here - [ Link ]

Mosquitoes vs. Humanity
Malaria No More and Washington Global Health Alliance are excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for "Innovating to End Malaria: A Fellowship for U.S. Journalists". Applications are due by September 12, 2016.

Interested reporters can read more here: [ Link ]

This is a must read - former Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete speaks about the extraordinary progress in the fight to eliminate malaria on the African continent and the challenges that remain as we close in on one of the world’s oldest and deadliest diseases.

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Q&A: A malaria-free Africa is in sight
What an incredible week in the fight against malaria! Last week, at the White House Summit on Global Development, President Obama stated that “we reaffirm our belief that in the 21st century, no child should die from a mosquito bite”.

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The U.S. Legacy in the Malaria Fight
Our Shot to End Malaria by #Wimbledon and malaria champion Andy Murray - [ Link ]

Our shot to end malaria
Check this out - former Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete discussed progress on malaria and what it will take to end malaria for good with us:

Winning the Malaria Fight

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Winning the Malaria Fight

President Jakaya Kikwete discusses progress on malaria