My hometown of Kisumu-Kenya is a malaria hotspot, known for having high malaria transmission as well as cases of severe malaria among infants and young children. While living there, I suffered from the disease myself and witnessed children and pregnant women lose their lives because of a mosquito bite.Read Article
Nothing But Nets champion Eric Bieski, who works in his community with refugee populations in resettlement and placement, tells the incredible story of a girl named Salome, who almost died from malaria shortly after her family resettled in the U.S. from the Democratic Republic of Congo.Read Article
Unfortunately, during the last nine years, my home country of Syria has suffered an extraordinary war. Though infrastructure loss cannot be tolerated, it was insignificant compared to Syria’s biggest loss: millions of Syrians who had to flee the country to save their lives and families, and to search for a living.
I was one of those millions who left with no choice other than leaving everything behind, dreaming with a new start.Read Article
Since 1996, my home country of the DRC has been involved in violence that has killed more than 6 million people. I was born and raised in the eastern parts of the country where fighting continues and destroying infrastructure, creating human rights violations and causing physical and psychological damage to citizens. My family was attacked several times, which made us move from place to place.Read Article
The efforts of our advocates and partners have made a difference. This week, the House Appropriations Committee released funding levels for Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20), rejecting the Administration’s proposed drastic cuts and calling for full funding for PMI and an increase for the Global Fund. This is critical to continuing progress against the big three diseases of AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria.Read Article
More than 200 Nothing But Nets champions, partners, and celebrity ambassadors came together in Washington DC in March for what was the largest Nothing But Nets Leadership Summit ever.Read Article
The annual Nothing But Nets Leadership Summit (March 24-26 in Washington DC) is just around the corner. Here are the top five reasons why you should attend our big event!Read Article
Our champions make us who we are – the largest global grassroots campaign fighting malaria.
These are the folks who make up our “global grassroots campaign” and have been crucial to our efforts that have successfully continued strong U.S. funding for PMI and the Global Fund.Read Article
This International Youth Day, we’re highlighting the amazing work of young people in the fight to end malaria. Hiba Akbar and Priyanka Meesa are two high school students that have been working with Nothing But Nets for 2 years. Here, they share why they’re passionate about ending malaria. Read their story below!Read Article
This June, Katherine Commale was invited to speak in Taiwan- and receive a “Hero Award” from the Taiwanese President. That’s amazing, but even more impressive is the fact that Katherine is 17 years old. But before she was an internationally known philanthropist, she was just a 5 year old girl with a big heart and a passion for the mission of Nothing But Nets.Read Article