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In 2022, Malaria Partners International continued to make a difference in malaria-endemic countries through their small grants program. We successfully funded grants in six different countries, with many more grants already in the pipeline for 2023.

Projects ranged from bed net distribution, media and awareness campaigns, supplying medical and diagnostic equipment, and of course community health worker (CHW) training (or VHTs – Village Health Workers, as they are known in some regions).

And most importantly, thank you to the host clubs who execute these projects! Our work truly is made possible by the Rotarians around the world who share our dedication to ending malaria, together.

 

January 2024 Science & Research Report

January 2024 Science & Research Report

The World Health Organization (WHO) has certified Cabo Verde as a malaria-free country, marking a significant achievement in global health. With this announcement, Cabo Verde joins the ranks of 43 countries and 1 territory that WHO has awarded this certification. Cabo...

Rotary District 5030 Statement of Support: Malaria Partners Zimbabwe

Rotary District 5030 Statement of Support: Malaria Partners Zimbabwe

Make no mistake, malaria is a killer. There are some 214 million cases each year and it is the most widely spread disease in sub-Saharan Africa.  It takes the lives of some 435,000 people each year and 90% of these deaths are in Africa.  It is, without a doubt, a...

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