Achieving Zero Malaria in our generation
Mosquitoes - creatures that are killing the most people in the world
A child dies of Malaria every 2 minutes
More than 420,000 people lose their lives annually by "mosquito-borne illness" with Malaria as the lead.
Currently, 3.2 billion people in the world are exposed to the threat of malaria, which is serious even among the world's three largest infectious diseases (malaria, tuberculosis, and AIDS).
Malaria No More is a global network aiming for zero malaria.
We aim to achieve zero malaria in the world by 2040 and are active in various countries around the world with our bases in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan etc.
We distribute more than 500,000,000 mosquito nets in more than 17 countries in Africa, and also provide early diagnosis kits etc
We provide education on Malaria through mobile phones projects to more than 20 million people.
We are working to encourage political leaders to raise the priority of malaria and provide financial support for efforts towards zero malaria.
Promote social understanding
We are promoting social awareness through participation of top leading companies through collaboration with movements by the global leaders such as like the End Malaria Council (2016).
Zero malaria 2030 To achieve the goal,
Have the experience of overcoming malaria once
Let's realize the contribution of Japan.
Malaria No More Japan (Malaria · No More Japan) was born in Japan, where malaria occurred and overcoming experience, five years from now and October 26, 2012.
In Japan, malaria is becoming unknown to the past, young generation. However, in addition to AIDS, tuberculosis, and one of the world's three major infectious diseases, malaria still fights its violence in Africa and Asia, about half of the world's population is exposed to the threat of malaria infection and is said to be one person in two minutes There is a reality that deprives the lives of as many young children as possible.
Malaria, on the other hand, is an infectious disease that can be prevented / treated. With the efforts of international organizations and other organizations such as distribution of mosquito nets, diagnostic kits and therapeutic medicines, totaling about 7 million lives have been saved in 15 years since 2000, the world's mortality rate due to malaria has been reduced to about half I will. Now is the big opportunity for the world to work together as a whole to control and eliminate.
Infectious diseases are a matter of human security as well as issues deeply involved in sustainable development in developing countries. We, Malaria · No More · Japan also declared in April 2017 that by 2030 we aim for malaria control this year.
We will strive to contribute to the elimination of victims by malaria by creating a trend of malaria control from Japan and implementing enlightenment and policy advocacy activities. Thank you for your support and cooperation.
Sunday November 2017
Certified NPO Malaria No More Japan
(Malaria · No More · Japan)
Takahiro Kinki President
In Japan, we are strategically working on the following three issues:
Making maximum use of Japanese companies' power
Promote social awareness