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The Malaria Vaccine, A Bold Frontier

The first malaria vaccine in large-scale pilot introduction, GSK’s RTS,S, entered into clinical trials at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in 1992. Since then, dozens of malaria vaccine candidates have been evaluated, but RTS,S remains the only vaccine to demonstrate efficacy in young African children across a wide range of settings, for more than one year.

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Announcing Partners for a Malaria-Free Zambia

Today, Rotary International, World Vision, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced the launch of Rotary’s first Program of Scale, Partners for a Malaria-Free Zambia, a $6 million investment to train, equip and deploy Community Health Workers in Zambia. This program will scale up Rotary’s successful work in the Copperbelt Province to reduce malaria by 90% in two additional Zambian provinces.

Community Health Workers Trained

Population Served by Community Health Workers

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Funding for Small Grants Projects

Countries Awarded Small Grants

Schedule a Presentation

Our team presents on a wide range of topics to Rotary clubs and District and Zone Conferences. We address the basics of malaria, the details of our grants work, and the fight against malaria in the shadow of COVID-19.

It would be an honor to have one of our board members speak at your next meeting.

Rotary members can make a big difference in the quest to eradicate malaria. That’s evident from your extraordinary work to end polio. The same dedication and leadership are needed to win the malaria fight.

Dr. Philip Welkhoff

Director, Malaria, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Rotary members can make a big difference in the quest to eradicate malaria. That’s evident from your extraordinary work to end polio. The same dedication and leadership are needed to win the malaria fight.

Dr. Philip Welkhoff

Director, Malaria, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

The Gambia Fogging Machine Small Grant Project Launch  

Malaria Partners International’s small grants program helped provide two fogging machines for the National Malaria Control Programme in The Gambia. The fogging machines serve 30,000 Gambians by targeting mosquitoes breeding in shallow, clean puddles of water.

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