Laura Bush Praises Private Sector Efforts To Fight Malaria

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.

Angola: Health Ministry Receives One Million Dollar to Fight Malaria

Staff Writers | 31 Jan 2007 | Angola Press Agency

The US foundation Exxon Mobil handed over on Tuesday, here, USD 1.000.000 to the Angolan Health Ministry.

Uganda: Mbale District Gets New Health Centre

Agness Nandutu | 29 Jan 2007 | Monitor (Kampala)

Residents of Mbale district have recieved a new hospital to improve healthcare services.

Hope, progress abound vs. malaria in Africa

Emmanuel Kolini, Rick Warren & John Bridgeland | 28 Jan 2007 | Enquirer (Cincinnati)

Success against death and despair is often unnoticed in our daily lives.

Public-Private Cooperation Helps Fight Malaria

William Eagle | 18 Jan 2007 | Voice of America

In the past few years, NetMark's partners have sold more than 19-million insecticide-treated mosquito nets.

Congress Must Commit to War on AIDS/HIV

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.

Olyset Net Honored with Awards

Staff Writers | 05 Jan 2007 | Sumitomo Chemical

Sumitomo Chemical's Olyset® Net has received prestigious awards from The Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose, California and the Asahi Shimbun in Japan.

Gates Foundation gives $83 mln to fight malaria

Staff Writers | 11 Dec 2006 | Reuters

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on Monday pledged $83.5 million to fight malaria by paying for better controls, vaccine research and prevention of a disease that kills more than a million people a year.

Melinda Gates, Unbound

Marilyn Chase | 11 Dec 2006 | Wall Street Journal

After shunning the limelight, Melinda Gates assumes a more public role at her global health foundation.

Marathon and Project Partners Announce Lifesaving Results From Bioko Island Malaria Control Project in Equatorial Guinea

None | 18 Oct 2006 | Marathon Oil Corporation

Marathon Oil Corporation announced today that the Government of Equatorial Guinea, Marathon, Noble Energy, GEPetrol and SONAGAS, have achieved lifesaving results during the second year of the five-year, $12.8 million Bioko Island Malaria Control Project in Equatorial Guinea.