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Welcoming 2023 at Malaria Partners International

 

Happy New Year!

To me, a new year always brings exciting opportunities to accelerate the strategies and activities that have worked well over the last 12 months and think creatively about new strategies, new partners and new ways of engaging Rotary in our mission to end malaria.

To that end, in April, MPI’s Board of Directors will hold a three-day strategic planning retreat, our first in-person gathering since the start of the COVID pandemic. The strategic plan developed during this meeting will guide our work for the next biennium. We look forward to sharing the outcomes from the meeting in our May newsletter.

Thank you for your continuous support. Because of you, we raised an incredible $155,682 during our 2022 end of year giving season. Through your financial contributions, you are quite literally saving lives in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities in Zambia, Uganda, West Africa, and more. The work being done through these projects puts us one step closer to eliminating malaria.

 

2022 Interactive Small Grants Map

2022 Interactive Small Grants Map

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...

January 2023 Science & Research Report

January 2023 Science & Research Report

By Dr. Derick Pasternak, Malaria Science & Research Coordinator, Malaria Partners International The WHO World Malaria Report 2022, a 300+ page document appeared in December.  Its 18-page summary, the World Malaria Report at a Glance is included as an Appendix to...

Stuck in London – While Mentoring Community Health Workers

Stuck in London – While Mentoring Community Health Workers

By Eric Liswaniso, Programs Manager, Malaria Partners Zambia and Wongani Zulu, Malaria Surveillance Specialist, World Vision Zambia “Eric, did you know this place is called London?” remarked Kelvin, the District Surveillance Officer for Lavushimanda district, to my...

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