We can defeat malaria
Malaria is preventable and curable. Significant progress has been made since 2000 thanks to increased global investment and action.
1 child dies every 60 sec
Despite recent progress, about half the world's population still lives in malaria risk areas and malaria remains a leading cause of death amongst young children.
Keep up momentum
Today's gains against malaria are increasingly threatened by a shortfall in funding. It is critically important that we stay on course; malaria resurgence will remain a persistent threat until the disease is stopped altogether.
World Malaria Day 2013 - What can it do for you?
World Malaria Day is a chance to shine a spotlight on the global effort to control malaria. Each year, Roll Back Malaria (RBM) partner organisations unite around a common World Malaria Day theme. Invest in the future: defeat malaria is the theme partners chose for the next three years to call attention to #thebigpush needed to reach the 2015 Millennium Development Goals and defeat malaria in the future.
What can World Malaria Day do for you?
Put your event on the map.