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Malaria

Malaria FamilyMalaria is an infection caused by a parasite that is transmitted by mosquitoes to people. Despite being an easily preventable disease, it kills more than one million people each year- most of them young African children. Malaria is a major cause of and a result of poverty in sub-Saharan Africa.

The Make Malaria History campaign represents the spectrum of efforts United Methodists are supporting to eradicate this preventable and curable disease that kills at least one million people every year.

United Methodist Response to Malaria

The Make Malaria History campaign represents the spectrum of United Methodist efforts to eradicate this preventable and curable disease that kills at least one million people every year. Resources include stories, fact sheets, and bulletin inserts.
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World Malaria Day

World Malaria Day is commemorated annually on April 25. United Methodists have joined with others to eradicate this deadly but preventable disease.
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News and Features

News stories and other resources describe the work of the United Methodist Community-Based Malaria Control Program.
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Net Gain Against Malaria

Additional information and news from umc.org, including "Nothing but Nets" and "Community-based Radio Outreach."
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