WORLD MALARIA DAY: 25 APRIL

We Are
5!

Since our launch on 20 april 2009, your support has helped us save and improve the lives of countless numbers of people!

In our first five years…

We have helped protect the lives of over 10 million people through innovative projects in Ghana, Namibia, Botswana and Nigeria

UK aid support for malaria has increased by more than three times, working towards the target of helping halve deaths from malaria in at least ten countries

UK public concern towards malaria has increased from 52% to 72%

Businesses from across the UK have joined us to make malaria no more; donating the funds that save lives and getting staff and customers involved

You have swum, run, biked, jumped, Lived Below the Line, donated and given your fantastic support in the fight to make malaria no more

Together we’ve been part of a movement that has cut child deaths from malaria in half.

Thank you for all your support.
Imagine what we could do together in the next five years!

Wish us a happy anniversary

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Invest in the future: Defeat malaria

This World Malaria Day focuses on the progress, challenges and opportunities in the fight against malaria.

Thanks to global action and investment, we are turning the tide against malaria, saving millions of lives.

Since 2000, child deaths from malaria have been cut in half

PROGRESS

We must sustain investment, innovation and political will to ensure continued success and prevent resurgence of malaria.

The greatest threat to continued success against malaria is financial

CHALLENGE

Winning the fight against malaria means that families, communities and countries will thrive as never before.

Dramatic progress over the last decade shows us what is possible when we work together

OPPORTUNITY

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Malaria No More UK is part of a global effort to put an end to the suffering and death caused by malaria.