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Join over 500 passionate malaria advocates from across the U.S. and all walks of life who are leading the fight against malaria in their communities.

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What do Beat Malaria Champions do?

Utilizing the tools and resources provided by United to Beat Malaria, our champions find new and creative ways to grow the movement. By joining webinars, attending United to Beat Malaria events, and working with the United to Beat Malaria team, these advocates are empowered in their to work to defeat malaria in their communities.

Champions hold in-district and Capitol Hill meetings advocating for full funding of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, the President’s Malaria Initiative, and the UN as well as fundraise for our work to protect families from this deadly disease. They build critical community awareness by hosting events, recruiting new Champions, and engaging the media – and they are an indispensable piece of our work to defeat malaria.

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Engaging Leaders

Champions engage Members of Congress and other elected leaders by scheduling meetings in-district and on Capitol Hill, through online actions, events, and social media.

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Raising Funds

Champions raise crucial dollars to fight malaria through community events and online actions. From hosting bake sales and basketball tournaments to partnering with NBA teams like the Detroit Pistons, no action is too small when it comes to raising funds to save lives.

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Building Awareness

Champions educate and inspire communities around the world to take action by telling stories on stage, virtually and through the media.

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Latest Champion News

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Emile Dawisha
November 18, 2022

Voices of South Sudan – Part 2: Philip Pitia

Philip Pitia is a 31-year old father of seven and seasonal farmer who resides in South Sudan’s capital of Juba. In recent years, Philip has struggled to find work during off-seasons. “I hustle around and make sure I get some income for my family,” Philip said. “[My family] waits for what I get for them.” … Continued

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College Students from Across the U.S. Unite to Celebrate World Childrens Day and Beat Malaria

On Thursday, November 17th, student organizations from universities across the country came together to virtually celebrate World Childrens Day (11/20) with the United to Beat Malaria campaign. The event was hosted in collaboration with UNICEF at the University of Maryland College Park, UConn Huskies for Refugees, UNICEF at the University of Connecticut, UNICEF at Virginia Commonwealth … Continued

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Voices of South Sudan – Part 1: George and Hellen Martin

The photo above shows George Moi Martin (far-left) demonstrating the Mosquito Shield™ spatial repellent product to community members, including his mother Hellen Hidaya Martin(second to right).  George Moi Martin is 20 years old, the oldest of five children who reside with their mother, Hellen, in South Sudan’s capital of Juba. George dreams of becoming a … Continued

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