As we mark World Malaria Day this year, Malaria Partners Zambia stands proud of our commitment to empowering communities in the fight against malaria. This year’s theme on “Empowering Communities: Promoting Health Equity, Gender Equality and Human Rights in the Fight Against Malaria” resonates deeply with our mission.

Through our relentless efforts, we have been training community health workers, equipping them with the necessary tools and knowledge to care for their neighbors and prevent malaria and other diseases.

These community health workers are the backbone of our approach, ensuring that even the most vulnerable members of society have access to quality healthcare.

At Malaria Partners Zambia, we understand that achieving health equity requires addressing gender disparities in healthcare access and provision.

Therefore, we have made it a priority to promote gender equality in all aspects of our work. By empowering women as community health workers and ensuring their voices are heard in decision-making processes, we are breaking down barriers and creating a more inclusive healthcare system.

Our partnership with Rotary clubs has been instrumental in amplifying our impact. Together, we have been able to reach more communities, advocate for policy change, and mobilize resources to support our initiatives. This collaborative effort exemplifies the power of collective action in the fight against malaria.


As we commemorate World Malaria Day, let us reaffirm our commitment to empowering communities, promoting health equity, advancing gender equality, and upholding human rights. Together, we can create a world free from the burden of malaria.

Thank you for your unwavering support.


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