For farmers living in the Ivory Coast of Africa, malaria is a constant threat to their health and livelihood. In 2014, we launched the Moayé Project, which focuses on reducing the burden of malaria by advancing crop productivity and improving community health. Find out more about the initiative: http://bit.ly/2HhSahFLearn more
Malaria, a vector-borne illness transmitted by mosquitos, has affected humans for millennia. Now, an unprecedented partnership has targeted to end this devastating illness: ZERO by 40. Why are we committed to this partnership? Because malaria all too often robs communities of their health and livelihoods. http://bit.ly/2ZbQuBz#WorldMosquitoDayLearn more
Did you know? Humans have been battling against malaria for a millennia. Over time, the vectors of malaria – mosquitoes – have become resistant to vector control, which is one of the reasons why this preventable disease is still threatening the lives of many.
The urgency, magnitude and global reach of malaria require an unprecedented focus and a new commitment to its eradication. Learn more about the ZERO by 40 industry collaborators dedicated to this challenge: http://bit.ly/31NpfdeLearn more