Global grassroots-focused organization that mobilizes people from all over the world to raise money to help combat malaria
A network leaders and experts from key multilateral and academic agencies dedicated to malaria elimination in Asia Pacific, with a particular focus on Plasmodium vivax.
Campaign to provide mosquito nets to protect children from malaria. Includes information on the disease and on how members of the public can donate a net or become an activist.
Addresses identified structural deficiencies in publicly funded vaccine development. Offers news, calls, meetings, organization, and links.
An international non-profit organization with the aim of improving disease control at global, regional and local levels. Includes details of activities in Uganda and Ghana. Head office in London, UK.
A group of 45 experts from 17 countries convened by University of California San Francisco's Global Health Group to provide practical guidance on malaria elimination to 39 countries where malaria is endemic.
Facilitates the development, education and implementation of solutions to the health, economic and social problems caused by malaria.
Organization determined to end malaria deaths in Africa by 2015.
A partnership of corporations, nonprofit organizations and faith-based organizations committed to fighting malaria through the provision of insecticide treated nets.
Explains the malaria prevention and control strategies supported by the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
A grassroots movement involved in malaria prevention through advocacy, procurement and distribution of free nets.
Organization dedicated to the fight against malaria in Africa. Aims to educate and provide families with mosquito nets -- funded through donations -- to combat infections and diseases.
Information on the global fight against malaria and the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) initiative. Includes fact sheets and details of current programs.
Information about malaria and the Rotary Club's anti-malaria project.
An advocacy program that educates policy makers in developing countries about successful malaria control programs.
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