World Malaria Day

April 25, 2013

Today is World Malaria Day, which is designed to raise awareness about malaria and spark action to fight it. In essence, today is about how mosquitoes suck (because they spread malaria). Although a lot of progress has been made, there is still much work to be done. Malaria can be eradicated, which would save hundreds of thousands of lives annually. A couple of years ago, I worked with some students at James Madison University to bring attention to World Malaria Day (you can watch a video here). To learn more about malaria, visit www.MalariaNoMore.com. You can give a life-saving net for just $6 through www.HisNets.org. Let us work together to bite back against malaria!

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