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We're challenging high school, university, and film school students across the planet to create media that educates the public about malaria and inspires others to donate $5 to buy a life-saving malaria bednet. From October 1st to December 31, 2008 use Celtx to create a video, film, ad, comic book, stage play, podcast, video game, music video, machinima - anything that you think will draw attention to malaria bednets and encourage others to make a donation.
22 Sep 2008
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British plant experts in the heart of Kent are at the centre of a global drive to save more than one million lives each year. They’re working on a new crop dedicated to treating malaria.
28 Jul 2009
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Scientists in Kent have made a major breakthrough in growing a plant called "artemisia annua", seen as the new weapon in treating malaria. Follow us on Twitter at www.twitter****/KentTV
5 Aug 2009
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Malaria is the number one killer of pregnant women and children under 5 in sub saharan Africa. Learn more about this deadly epidemic and what one doctor is doing to make a difference.
15 Aug 2009
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Kimchi Warrior episode 3. Kimchi Warrior VS. Malaria www.kimchiwarrior****
30 Aug 2009
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Twelve-year-old Ugandan soccer star and malaria survivor Charles Ssali, together with Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber, is making a stop in New York today to formally launch the United Against Malaria campaign in the United States. Starting with a breakfast event in Times Square, Ssali will be welcomed to the United Nations by avid soccer fan, Deputy Secretary-General Dr. Asha-Rose Migiro.This initiative is a partnership that aims to harness the popularity of soccer and the excitement leading up to the 2010 FIFA World Cup South AfricaTM as a way to raise global awareness and build worldwide commitment to ending malaria, as well as increase the use of prevention tools and malaria treatment in Africa. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******multivu.prnewswire****/mnr/thegatesfoundation/41028/
11 Nov 2009
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About United Against Malaria United Against Malaria is a partnership of soccer teams and heroes, celebrities, health and advocacy organizations, governments, corporations and people like you who have united ahead of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South AfricaTM to win the fight against malaria. Our goal is to galvanize partners throughout the world to reach the United Nations target of universal access to mosquito nets and malaria medicine in Africa by the end of 2010, a crucial first step to reaching the international target of reducing deaths to near zero by 2015. www.UnitedAgainstMalaria****
11 Nov 2009
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The people of The United Methodist Church will join with partner organizations to distribute 30,000 long-lasting insecticide-treated bed nets in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), where malaria is a leading cause of death. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******multivu.prnewswire****/mnr/umcom/43496/
15 Apr 2010
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British tennis champion Andy Murray stars in a new advert for charity Malaria No More UK to raise funds to help save lives in Africa. visit *******www****sneeded****** for more info fun and games and a chance to win exclusive signed Andy Murray merchandise.
7 Jun 2010
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Not only in tribal areas, malaria is even effecting urban areas
4 Sep 2010
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Professor Michael Good from Griffith University talks to Lawrence Leung about working for one of the leading research universities in Australia; and finding a cure for malaria.
4 Sep 2011
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In today's show we talk about Terry Crews and Old Spice, a cure for malaria, Courtney Stodden's birthday, and everything else that mattered to me.
31 Aug 2012
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Go Here for more info ******* Malaria education programs About the Video: Malaria education programs. Malaria is a serious disease that's quite common in many parts of the world, but fortunately there are effective treatments against it. Treatment for malaria is definitely recommended, especially if symptoms are noticed. Prevention should be everyone's primary objective in the fight against malaria. The Mosquitos Suck Tour is one of the best malaria education programs to educate kids in Canada and the United States about how they can become global citizens by helping to stop the spread of malaria in underdeveloped countries. Throughout the world, the disease called malaria has been something to worry about even though treatments have been available for many years. In some parts of the world, malaria runs rampant, making it questionable as to whether or not travelers will visit these regions. It is possible to get malaria, however it is good to know that there are many treatments that are available and ways to avoid contracting it. Having good malaria education programs is vital to helping stop the spread of this horrible disease. Some of the world’s biggest problems are found in extremely small packages, and malaria is a big problem, threatening about 50% of the world’s people. What causes malaria? A tiny bite by a tiny insect: the mosquito. So no matter how overwhelming the world’s problems are, little things really CAN make a big difference, and that’s what the Mosquitoes Suck Tour (MST) is all about. MST is a fun and entertaining school assembly presentation that is also one of the best malaria education programs in the world because it shows students how they can take action and help educate people about malaria prevention. To learn more about malaria education programs and malaria prevention call us today to schedule the Mosquitos Suck Tour at your school 416-877-3570. SoChange 189 Gatwick Drive Oakville, ON L6H 6T6 416-877-3570 ***********/user/mosquitoessucktour Topic: malaria education programs
6 Jan 2013
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On occasion of world Malaria day lets spreads and discuss about this disease as millions of peoples in whole world effected by this disease and spread awareness so people learn more about it and save their health.
25 Apr 2018
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Yeah, yeah, fishing is such a relaxing experience. Gives you a trip to the hospital for malaria too!
9 Dec 2019
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