LONDON — On Wednesday government leaders, the private sector and NGOs will announce new commitments in the fight against malaria and call on the 53 Commonwealth nations to halve the number of malaria cases worldwide in the next five years. If achieved, this would prevent 350 million cases of malaria and save 650,000 lives, according to estimates by the World Health Organization.Read Article
Stephen Curry clearly had a great time at his surprise 30th birthday party Wednesday, but in keeping with his persona, the Warriors star also made sure to spend his birthday helping make dreams come true for others.Read Article
Even though he's an NBA champion, our Global Ambassador Stephen Curry knows there's more to life than basketball. As he recently shared with CNN's Van Jones: "I've seen firsthand how parents can't protect their kids from a simple thing like a mosquito bite, and how easy malaria is to prevent." That's why he works with us to raise awareness for the fight to end malaria - and we're grateful to have him on our team!Read Article
If not for the Warriors’ outspokenness and Donald Trump’s impulses on Twitter, the White House would simply represent the president’s official residence and workplace. Instead, the White House symbolized something else. The Warriors voiced doubts about visiting there to celebrate their 2017 NBA championship because of Trump’s divisive rhetoric. Warriors guard Stephen Curry stands at the center of that controversy after publicly saying he would refuse to visit the White House.Read Article
Social media can be a very powerful tool. Players can connect with their audiences in unprecedented ways, bring attention to their causes and show sides of themselves and their character that were previously reserved for family and friends. Curry very much recognizes that power and privilege and has used it for many philanthropical causes, including his Nothing But Nets shoe giveaway in which he donated an insecticide-treated bed net to protect families from malaria for every $120 shoe sold.Read Article
Five years ago, I went on a trip that would change my life. I went to the African nation of Rwanda with WWE and The United Nations Foundation. The purpose of the trip was to meet with refugees who had fled their homes because of the genocide and fighting that was happening in neighbouring countries. We wanted to give valuable supplies to the refugees who were in hiding and to offer our support in any way that we could.Read Article
Scott Wolf is using his star power to spread the word and combat HIV and malaria — two debilitating diseases that, combined, cause more than 2 million deaths each year.
Joining the partnership between Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and Nothing But Nets, the world’s largest grassroots campaign fighting malaria, the actor has been fortunate enough to assist in raising funds for a system of five GAIA Elizabeth Taylor Mobile Health Clinics that offer holistic healthcare to communities in southern rural Malawi.
Alexandra Daddario stops by to talk about her latest Netflix rom-com "When We First Met," filming movies all over the globe and her important work to help combat malaria.Read Article
Stephen Curry wants the shoe he unveiled Wednesday to leave footprints across the globe. The limited-edition “Nothing But Nets” sneaker is part of Curry’s fight against malaria. For every pair of the new $120 shoe sold, the Warriors guard will donate an insecticide-treated bed net aimed at protecting kids, refugees and families from malaria. They go on sale starting Sunday at UA.com.Read Article