Malaria is one of the most stubborn diseases this world has ever experienced; the good news is that the fight is now on for its elimination.
While scientists are working hard to produce a vaccine, we continue using the available tools and resources to fight malaria and save lives.
Last week we witnessed the arrival of Kanye West and his wife Kim Kardashian in Uganda. They were baptised by the Ugandan President, Kaguta Museveni, with the names: Kanyesigye, meaning trust, and Kemigisha, meaning blessings. The couple hasn’t encountered malaria during their time in the country.
In order for tourism to increase, strong preventive methods must be in place to give travellers a piece of mind. In this area, Fight Malaria has closed the gap so perfect while providing online educational resources.
Malaria destroys lives and progress, creates poverty and stall the economy of endemic countries. That is why it should be a collective effort to fight malaria by 2030.
Roperfree and Fight Malaria are working together for a malaria-free world. The partnership has no political affiliation but stands for the health of the people around the world.