None | 21 Jan 2008 | UN News Centre
The United Nations-backed Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria today announced the launch of the Corporate Champions programme, an innovative way for multinational companies to significantly invest in the fight against the three diseases.
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.
Ruthie Ackerman | 19 Oct 2007 | Forbes
Until recently malaria, the infectious disease transmitted by mosquitoes, has had no gung-ho celebrity attached to it. In fact, in 2005 there were only three advocates in the world who concentrated solely on malaria.
Xolile Bhengu | 16 Oct 2007 | The Times
The opening of BHP Billiton's Mozal aluminium smelter did more than just create jobs in southern Mozambique. Mozal's malaria prevention programme has cut infections in children by 90percent, and 80percent overall in the region's 4.7 million people.
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).
None | 21 Aug 2007 | SiamDutch
Nicolaas Pierson, founder and former managing director of SiamDutch Mosquito Netting and Tana Netting Company, passed away on Sunday, 12 August in Blaricum, the Netherlands after a decade-long battle against cancer.
None | 06 Jul 2007 | Economist
Punchy good sense from The Economist...
Sonu Jain | 06 Jul 2007 | The Indian Express
After being outlawed for almost four decades, DDT is making a comeback in the world as one of the most effective agents of malaria control — and this has translated to good business for India.
Staff Writers | 14 May 2007 | My Joy Online
Anglogold Ashanti has enlisted the services of a South African medical entomologist to help eradicate malaria in Ghana's Wassa west district.
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.