Humanity has made impressive gains against Malaria in the past 12 years, but unless funding is scaled up we will never rid endemic regions from the disease.
A refugee recounts his story of escape and return to South Sudan. "When I visited my village the first time since I was six, I looked for my six-year-old self. I looked for the spot where the Northern Sudanese militia dug my grave."
I just participated in a conference call about the crisis, what Nothing But Nets is doing to meet the challenge -- and how some basketball stars and a Broadway philanthropy are helping the cause. Read below. Have a listen. And Send a Net.
Nothing But Nets is firmly established as a leading grassroots global health movement that empowers communities in the United States to take a stand against malaria world-wide.
This week, actress, singer and humanitarian Mandy Moore arrived in Cameroon to raise awareness for the nation’s first-ever countrywide distribution of anti-malaria mosquito nets. Malaria is the number one cause of death in Cameroon among children under five.
UN Dispatch was treated to an exclusive sneak-preview of some of the photos taken by the world-renowned photographer Platon that will be on display at a Malaria exhibit at the UN next week.
A newly redesigned AOL.com dedicates some prime real-estate to "cause marketing." Our friends at Nothing But Nets are featured today.
Earlier today our friends at Nothing But Nets hosted a conference call with the actress/singer Mandy Moore, who was delivering anti-Malaria bed nets in the Central African Republic.