Malaria No More

On April 25, World Malaria Day, the international community will pause and take stock on the incredible progress made around the world in reducing malaria cases and deaths.  The U.S. Fund for UNICEF joins with Malaria No More and other partners in the global malaria community in their commitment to sustain these gains in malaria control and to reach zero deaths from malaria by 2015. 

Malaria No More is determined to end malaria deaths in Africa—and it’s helping the world get it done. By collaborating with strong partners like the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, Malaria No More leverages high-impact communications to engage the world, global advocacy to rally leadership and strategic investments to accelerate progress. To support these efforts, Malaria No More mobilizes resources from the private sector to maximize every opportunity to save lives. Along with UNICEF, Malaria No More is working to provide universal access to malaria interventions in Africa by December 31, 2010 and end malaria deaths by 2015.

A nonprofit, non–governmental organization, Malaria No More was established in 2006 by business leaders looking to apply private sector expertise and entrepreneurial methods to tackle this global health crisis. With affiliates in the United Kingdom, Canada, the Netherlands and the Washington, DC–based Malaria Policy Center, Malaria No More works tirelessly to galvanize the world in the global fight against malaria.

“The U.S. Fund for UNICEF is a vital partner in the race to save lives from malaria. UNICEF’s tireless work to help children survive and Malaria No More’s efforts to end malaria deaths prove that strong collaboration is the best weapon against childhood suffering.”

- Kate Campana, Managing Director for Programs, Malaria No More