We believe malaria must die so millions can live.
It’s the 21st century and people are still dying from the world’s oldest and deadliest disease. Every two minutes a child dies from malaria.
But since 2000 we’ve made huge progress saving over seven million lives.
The world knows what needs to be done and we have a choice: Let malaria go on killing almost half a million people a year or we can take action to end malaria for good.
In April 2018, leaders from Commonwealth countries will meet in London as part of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. We need to make sure malaria is a focus. Why? Because 90% of people in the Commonwealth are affected by malaria and action from this meeting can accelerate progress in ending this killer disease.