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Miska Salemann
April 14, 2022
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Lifesaving Interventions are crucial in the Fight to Reduce Malaria across Northeastern Nigeria

Lifesaving Interventions are crucial in the Fight to Reduce Malaria across Northeastern Nigeria.  Each year, World Malaria Day provides an opportunity to renew political commitment and continued investment in malaria prevention services across the world.  As April 25th approaches, United to Beat Malaria is drawing support for northeastern Nigeria. Nigeria continues to suffer from a … Continued

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Miska Salemann
April 5, 2022
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Celebrating Community Health Workers in Northeastern Nigeria during World Health Worker Week 

This World Health Worker Week, United to Beat Malaria is celebrating healthcare workers on the frontlines making a difference in the fight against malaria.  Northeastern Nigeria is one of the most malaria-affected areas in the world. Additionally, the Boko Haram insurgency continues to impact access to healthcare for many displaced and vulnerable populations.  Healthcare workers, … Continued

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Our UN Partner
November 17, 2020
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Voices from the Frontlines: Lydia

In a small shelter in Kakuma refugee camp, in northeast Kenya, Lydia and her five-year-old daughter Joyce snuggle on a bed covered by a white mosquito net. Here, they are safe from war and better protected from malaria – a welcome change from the dangers they have faced in the last three years. Back in … Continued

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Our UN Partner
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Voices from the Frontlines: Nora

Sitting in her shelter in Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camp, 41-year-old Nora can finally relax. Under the white mosquito netting that covers her bed, she knows she and her family are protected, in more ways than one. And after over three years of struggle, they can now focus on rebuilding their lives. Nora was forced to … Continued

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United to Beat Malaria
October 28, 2020
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Voices from the Frontlines: Jean Robert Victor

Having reduced Malaria cases by over 50% since 2010, Haiti’s commitment to malaria elimination has paid off. Financial commitments, political will, and empowered communities are propelling the country to be one step closer to complete malaria eradication every day. Despite this nationwide progress in combatting malaria, some areas of the country are still struggling with … Continued

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Patty Sanchez Bao
October 22, 2020
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Voices from the Frontlines: Elcise

Did you know Haiti is one of the last countries in the Caribbean where malaria regularly occurs? The Haitian government and its partners have worked hard to decrease malaria cases by more than 50% over the past ten years. But despite this tremendous progress, there’s still work to be done; especially for mothers like Elcise. Elcise … Continued

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United to Beat Malaria
June 17, 2020
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Voices from the Frontlines: Rosie Nzenze

Rosie fled her home country of CAR due to war and sought sanctuary at Inke refugee camp in DRC. Learn more about her story in honor of World Refugee Day. 

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United to Beat Malaria
May 27, 2020
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Voices from the Frontlines: Nancy Piruch

As a mother, Nancy’s main priority is protecting her children from anything that threatens their health and well-being. Unfortunately, where Nancy lives, one of those threats is a simple mosquito bite. Earlier this year, Nothing But Nets and Cotopaxi visited communities across rural Ecuador and witnessed how access to mosquito nets helps put the worries of mothers like Nancy at ease.

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United to Beat Malaria
May 11, 2020
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Voices from the Frontlines: Lucrecia Vinza

Lucrecia Vinza is a tri-lingual teacher at the Kapawi elementary public school who is passionate about protecting her kids from malaria. One of her main motivations for fighting malaria in her community is her experience getting malaria herself. Hear her story.

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United to Beat Malaria
May 8, 2020
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Voices from the Frontlines: Olga Pitiur

Lucrecia Vinza is a tri-lingual teacher at the Kapawi elementary public school who is passionate about protecting her kids from malaria. One of her main motivations for fighting malaria in her community is her experience getting malaria herself. Hear her story.

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