Malaria Partners International (MPI), supports a variety of projects that each tackle malaria elimination projects in endemic areas–and we are always adding more. These projects vary in size and scale: some are achieved through Rotary Global Grants and many through our own small grants program, as well as Rotary’s first Program of Scale: Partners for a Malaria-Free Zambia (PMFZ).


Click below to see more detail on some of our major projects, or visit our Small Grants and Global Grants pages for more detail on those programs and projects.


Small Grants ProgramGlobal Grants

Partners for a Malaria-Free Zambia (PMFZ)

Location: Zambia

On March 9th, 2021, Rotary International, World Vision, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced the launch of Rotary’s first Program of Scale, Partners for a Malaria-Free Zambia, a $6 million investment to train, equip and deploy 2500 Community Health Workers in Zambia.

Copperbelt Project (Phases I & II)

Location: Zambia

With the expected completion of The Copperbelt project in 2021, an estimated $3.5 million will be invested to fully prepare CHWs to protect the Copperbelt’s 2.6 million inhabitants.  The malaria fight is an exceptional opportunity for Rotary members and partners to come together to help end a disease that kills a child every two minutes.

Katakwi (Phases I & II)

Location: Uganda

The Soroti Central Club of Uganda as host club and Seattle #4 as International Lead Club have joined together with other U.S. based Rotary Clubs, District 9211 Rotary members (East Africa), Pilgrim Africa, Ugandan Ministry of Health, Katakwi Health Officials, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, in a Global Grant for malaria intervention and control in three sub-counties of Katakwi District.

See More Updates from Successful Projects

Rotary Club of Yumbe: Small Grant Final Report

Rotary Club of Yumbe: Small Grant Final Report

The Malaria Prevalence Eradication Among Rural Community in Yumbe, Uganda project was implemented by the Rotary Club of Yumbe, Uganda in April 2023 and wrapped up in September. Funded by a $10,000 Small Grant from Malaria Partners International, the project underwent...

Malaria Partners West Africa: 2023 Year in Review

Malaria Partners West Africa: 2023 Year in Review

In its second year, Malaria Partners West Africa (MPWA) continues to make strides in malaria prevention and education across West Africa.  In 2023, MPWA reached nearly 400,000 people through educational and environmental programs. Over 70 Rotarians from the ten...

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of Malaria.

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