Malaria No More

Malaria No More


Malaria No More is determined to end malaria deaths.

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The world has made exceptional headway and saved millions of lives from HIV, TB and malaria, but if current coronavirus trends continue we could see years, or perhaps decades, of setbacks. Thank you for your great reporting @apoorva_nyc  @lynseychutel 

Malaria is increasingly a disease of poverty and inequity. Focused attention on the most vulnerable people is critical to stay ahead of an evolving parasite and save millions more lives. #EndMalaria 

Malaria prevention and treatment are among the most cost-effective public health interventions. Continuing to invest in @PMIgov  is essential to #endmalaria .

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228M mosquito nets were due to be delivered across Africa this year. Thanks to the commitment of countries across the continent, the distribution of these life-saving tools will ensure that #malaria  deaths do not rise! Read the latest research @FoMImperial 

“The worst damage is not coming from covid-19 directly but from its knock-on effects” @MJGerson  explains. US investments in @PMIgov  @PEPFAR  @GlobalFund  @gavi  prevent millions of deaths & help mitigate the effects of the pandemic on other health initiatives

Huge thanks to leaders and health workers who have continued to provide life-saving mosquito nets to communities during #Covid19 . @imperialcollege  report claims that these interventions could help halve the number of malaria deaths this year. #zeromalaria 

Stronger health systems are our first line of defense against existing and emerging diseases. Current investments in ending malaria are supporting health systems fight malaria and emerging diseases like #COVID19 

Shout out to to BI@mspls_bdi  CD@MinSanteRDC  SS@MoHsouthsudan  TD@SanteTchad  NE@NGSMoh  SL@mohs_sl  BJ Benin For ensuring insecticide-treated mosquito nets continue to be distributed during the #COVID19  pandemic #zeromalariastartswithme 

Every child has the right to dream big 👦🏽👧🏾👩🏿‍, yet thousands of school days are lost across the world every day. Children are being held back from fulfilling their potential. It's time to invest in our futures and #endmalaria  ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏼 #InternationalYouthDay 

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Malaria is increasingly a disease of poverty and inequity. We must break the cycle of poverty to #endmalaria  and ensure our children live healthy and productive lives #InternationalYouthDay  #zeromalariastartswithme 

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In most parts of the world, a child who gets #malaria  has a better chance of survival than at any other point in history. We can be the generation to #endmalaria . In the face of COVID-19, we must act now to save lives. #WorldMalariaDay  #ZeroMalariaStartsWithMe 

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This #WomensDay  we’re celebrating the women leaders, innovators, community activists & heads of state who are saving the world’s most vulnerable from #malaria  ?. Join us in recognizing these amazing women & adding to the thread below! ?????????? #IWD2019 

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Malaria is the world's oldest and deadliest disease. Millions of lives have been saved, but progress is stalling. Share this video if you think #MalariaMustDie 

Today, @WHO  officially declares Sri Lanka#malaria  free. The timeline of the long and hard fight:

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With an >80% drop in malaria cases in less than 1 year, Odisha has been a leader worth following in the fight to #endmalaria  in India by 2030. Keep it up! @Naveen_Odisha  @HFWOdisha 

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#SriLanka is certified #malaria-free  by @WHO . What a remarkable achievement in global health!

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It’s just been announced that 53 nations and leaders from business and philanthropy have heard our call and taken the action we’ve been fighting for: a commitment to cut malaria in half in Commonwealth nations by 2023! #ReadyToBeatMalaria  #CHOGM2018 

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Malawi to pilot groundbreaking malaria vaccine. The vaccine has the potential to strengthen malaria control efforts in Africa and save tens of thousands of young children #EndMalaria 

This week at #UNGA  world leaders will discuss how to build upon successes of the last decade: like the 62% ↓ in #malaria  deaths since 2000

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Two new studies from @IHME_UW  and @MalariaAtlas , published in @TheLancet , present the most comprehensive maps of the global distribution of #malaria  parasites Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax. More here:

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