None | 16 Oct 2008 | AllAfrica.com
The president and chief executive officer of the US-based Christian charity, World Vision International, Dean Hirsch, has promised that his organisation will step up its support for the fight against malaria in Mozambique, to reduce the high mortality from the disease.
Staff Writers | 05 Nov 2007 | New Vision
THE Congress of Racial Equality Uganda (CORE-Uganda) and the Kill Malarial Mosquitoes Now! Brigade recently marched for 10 days from Kampala to Gulu. A total of 300 marchers including university students and volunteers from Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF), walked 300 miles to save 320 malaria deaths a day.
Staff Writers | 11 Oct 2007 | Episcopal Life Online
Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD) is the receipient of a five-year $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) under the Malaria Communities Program (MCP).
Ian Wilhelm | 16 Feb 2007 | Chronicle of Philanthropy
Small charities and religious groups in Africa can play a key role in fighting malaria and federal money is being allocated to increase their efforts.
Cheryl Pellerin | 16 Feb 2007 | USINFO.STATE.GOV
First lady Laura Bush joined officials from government and the private sector February 15 to examine the role of faith-based and community nongovernmental organizations in controlling malaria in Africa.
Agness Nandutu | 29 Jan 2007 | Monitor (Kampala)
Residents of Mbale district have recieved a new hospital to improve healthcare services.
Emmanuel Kolini, Rick Warren & John Bridgeland | 28 Jan 2007 | Enquirer (Cincinnati)
Success against death and despair is often unnoticed in our daily lives.
Matt Lynch | 06 Jan 2007 | Wall Street Journal
Matt Lynch, JHUCCP Director, urges Congress to approve $4.36 billion in FY2007 for AIDS, TB and Malaria programs.
Charles Takyi-Boadu | 25 Jul 2006 | Ghanaian Chronicle
As part of measures to eradicate malaria from Ghana, an NGO, Infanta Malaria Prevention Foundation, has started a sensitization campaign, educating and giving free screening tests to some communities.
Deogratius Kiduduye | 23 Jul 2006 | IPPMedia
Despite challenges facing the media in the continent, African journalists must remain focused so as to improve reporting on HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.