Partner Microsite: Malaria No More
Malaria No More: Working with Committed Partners to End Malaria
We work with a network of committed partners who share our goal of ending malaria, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, U.S. and African presidents, media leaders, and the world’s most innovative companies operating in malaria endemic countries.
Our approach includes programs such as:
• Power of One: Through the campaign, every dollar donated provides a life-saving rapid diagnostic test and malaria treatment to a child in Africa. We use the latest mobile, social and e-commerce tools to make giving easy and to showcase donor impact.
• Life-Saving Tools: We have provided 4.9 million mosquito nets, 2.2 million treatments and 1 million tests in 17 African countries, impacting more than 12 million lives.
• Mobile & Data: Innovative use of mobile phones is revolutionizing healthcare in the developing world — and work surrounding malaria is a prime example. Malaria No More is working with top mobile companies in Africa to prevent stock outs of life-saving tests and treatments, deliver timely health education, ensure the authenticity of malaria medication and use real-time data to improve the efficiency and impact of programs on the ground.
• Marketing Campaigns: Our innovative marketing efforts — from our Power of One platform, to our collaborations with media companies and celebrities — have rallied U.S. support for the malaria fight, moving the needle from 28% of Americans in 2006 to 58% in 2014 who recognize malaria as “a significant global health issue.”
• NightWatch: A groundbreaking mass communications campaign that harnesses the influence of African leadership, athletes and celebrities to increase the use of mosquito nets and other malaria control tools. Active in five countries,Malaria No More partners with the best local corporations — including top media and mobile operators — to deliver compelling health messages via mobile phone, TV, radio and events.
• Policy & Advocacy: Our Policy & Advocacy team works with Congressional leadership, the U.S. Administration, and diplomats and personnel around the world, contributing to over 200% growth in U.S. funding for malaria from 2007-2014. We also support global advocacy to mobilize financial resources and political will from other public and private sector donors and malaria endemic countries.