Syngenta, one of the world’s leading agriculture companies and malaria-control innovators, has joined the global fight to wipe out malaria from the island of Hispaniola (Haiti and Dominican Republic).
Here's how Syngenta joined Nothing But Nets and Malaria Zero to protect more than 20,000 Haitian households through indoor insecticide spraying.Read Article
One of Nothing But Nets amazing corporate partners is Cotopaxi, an outdoor brand with many distinctive elements: multi-colored backpacks, llama-wool insulated jackets, and 24-hour urban scavenger hunt events, to name a few. But Cotopaxi is also giving back in a big way.Read Article
Haiti’s largest telecommunications provider has joined the global fight to wipe out malaria on the island of Hispaniola! Here's how.Read Article
Few companies worldwide have made a greater impact on the fight against malaria than the Al Ansari Exchange. The UAE-based foreign exchange and money transfer company has donated more than $1.4 million to a variety of Nothing But Nets initiatives.Read Article
The global malaria community has been at a crossroads in 2017 – while more countries than ever are approaching elimination, many countries have seen malaria cases increase, or stay flat compared to last year.Read Article
Nothing But Nets has worked in partnership with UNHCR to distribute over 2 million bed nets to refugee settlements throughout Africa, often in rapid-response after a mass migration has occurred.
Our UN partners are vital to our work and to the work the global malaria community does to end this disease.Read Article
We rely on our corporate partners whose commitment and creative fundraising engagements make it possible for us to provide bed nets for families that are desperate for a safe night’s sleep.Read Article
Nothing But Nets recently visited Southeast Asia to better understand how countries like Thailand and Bangladesh are fighting malaria. While there, we got to see the amazing work of UN agencies like UNHCR and UNICEF.Read Article
Dr. Ken Staley is undeterred, eager, and committed to ending this disease once and for all. Here are 4 reasons why the new U.S. Global Malaria Coordinator says he has “the best job in Washington.”Read Article