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Want to help researchers in the fight against #malaria? Now you can! The HumBug @the_zooniverse Project: Researchers are calling for #volunteers to refine a mosquito-detecting app: https://t.co/nkqMTTAtHk pic.twitter.com/BaBF0PIIGM
— Oxford University (@UniofOxford) 30 July 2018
Brazil’s Bright Future
Brazil ?? is set up and ready to wipe out #malaria for good! They have access to a new radical cure + an already free healthcare system + a talent pool brimming with technical expertise. Next step: get #tafenoquine to patients & we’ll be on the road to elimination! pic.twitter.com/8PhgmgDDJb
— Sue Desmond-Hellmann (@SueDHellmann) 26 July 2018
Share The Meal
#Fact: Hunger and malnutrition are the #1 risk to health worldwide; greater than AIDS, malaria & tuberculosis combined.
Also Fact: Hunger is entirely solvable. It costs $ 0.50 to feed 1 child for a day. #ShareTheMeal and fight hunger today ?https://t.co/YsT8fXrB0k pic.twitter.com/kEHHRJl053
— World Food Programme (@WFP) 27 July 2018
Thank you @HCNicHailey @UKinKenya @DFID_UK ?? for meeting us to discuss the fight against malaria in Kenya and #OurCommonwealth commitment to halve malaria by 2023. The UK is a leader in the malaria campaign which has cut global deaths by 60% since 2000 #AidWorks #GlobalBritain pic.twitter.com/hHEQA3RwCx
— Malaria No More UK (@malarianomoreuk) 30 July 2018
My full interview on the @fightmalaria blog discusses the financial incentives that motivated the development of tafenoquine. Listen to this interview and read the full, edited transcript available on this page for further information. https://t.co/wHLUvD7r2Q
— Dr. Remington Nevin (@RemingtonNevin) 29 July 2018