World Malaria Day
World Malaria Day is a day to remember that approximately 1 million people are killed by this preventable disease each year. It's also a day to take action to put an end to malaria. United Methodists are doing much to stem the tide.
You can be involved through the Make Malaria History campaign which offers a variety of ways to be a part of this effort to eradicate malaria. Read More
Collaborating in the Fight against Malaria
4/15/08: United Methodist health institutions in parts of Africa will play enlarged roles in the fight against malaria as they gain capacity through a unique anti-malaria alliance. Read more ...
Malaria: Filling a Deep NeedUMCOR News
4/14/08: "Nothing is sufficient," says Henrietta Emmanuel, head of Kissy Hospital’s malaria program. The need is so great that nets and medicines are used as soon as they arrive. Read more ...
Africa Malaria Day: "Make Malaria History"
United Methodists are joining with others to eradicate this deadly but preventable disease through the Make Malaria History campaign. Learn more about what you and your church can do to make malaria history through this bulletin insert.