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“In West Africa, the elimination of malaria is of utmost importance. It’s not enough to have various malaria prevention and control methods or develop efficient advocacy for malaria prevention but it is also important to study the vector that causes the malaria infection and find more efficient ways to interrupt its transmission method.

World Mosquito Day gives us an opportunity to learn more about the mosquito, from its type of species to the method in which it transmits the malaria parasite into the body and the process in which the infection takes place in the body. It also creates an opportunity for researchers, doctors, vector control officers and malaria project managers all around the world to join hands to find a lasting solution to the elimination of malaria.”

-Dr. Emma Bruce
Chairperson of Rotary District 9101 Subcommittee on Malaria
Executive Director of Malaria Partners West Africa

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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