By Dr. Emma Bruce, Executive Director, Malaria Partners West Africa Taking up 2 of Rotary’s main focus areas which are Fighting Diseases and Saving mothers and children, the Rotary Malaria Committee of The Gambia carried out the following programme: Educational...
By Cynthia E. Pacutho, Program Coordinator, Malaria Partners Uganda Despite the progress made in intensifying malaria control and prevention approaches as well as aligning efforts to eliminate malaria in Uganda, the disease remains as the leading cause of morbidity...
By Eric Liswaniso, Program Manager, Malaria Partners Zambia The primary goal of the Partners for a Malaria-Free Zambia project is to train and equip of 2,500 Community Health Workers (CHWs) in ten districts of Muchinga and Central provinces to render primary health...
Community work is tough and requires a lot of sacrifices. To voluntarily serve members of your community day and night without pay is perhaps the highest form of sacrifice. But this is what community health workers have committed to do every day. Determined to eliminate the deadliest killer of infants and adults alike, our community-based volunteers are resolved and determined to play their part. In all our years of service, perhaps no one personifies sacrifice like Elias Banda. We met Elias Banda on June 4th, 2022.
From the 12th to the 14th of May, Rotary District 9214 held its 97th District Conference in Arusha. Over Six hundred participants were in attendance. Rotarians, Rotaractors, interactors and guests had a chance to discuss and vote on important District matters.
Laughter, dancing and singing was the mood in Bulosi village during the MPU/RC Busia visit to Busime Malaria Project on Saturday 28th May 2022. Funded by a small grant from MPI, RC Busia has since received 1,500 mosquito nets from Youth Environment Services and UGX 1,000,000 from Equity bank, Busia branch. According to the bank’s Credit Manager James Sekairi, “Giving to Rotary is no loss.”
For our first project in Nigeria, we partnered with the RC Abayi-Aba on a project aimed at improving the lives of pregnant women, new mothers, and their children under 5 years.
I had a great learning experience on my recent trip to Zambia. Last month, a group of us spent nine incredibly busy days learning in great detail what goes on behind the scenes, at every level, to train, equip, and deploy Community Health Workers (CHWs) who bring community-based healthcare to rural villages in Zambia.
This month we focus on two articles that highlight 2022 as being a year of opportunity to fight malaria. The first article is entitled, ‘Malaria in 2022: Increasing Challenges, Cautious Optimism’, and the second, is ‘Reflections on the 2021 World Malaria Report and the Future of Malaria Control’.
On Sunday 24th April 2022, a day before World Malaria day commemorated annually on 25th April, Malaria Partners Uganda (MPU) gathered public transport riders, members of Arua Bikers Association, and People with Disabilities (PWDs) in partnership with members of Rotary Clubs of Arua and Arua Eco-city to ride against Malaria.
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