Women from the Warumba Wakombozi Womens Group perform a dance and song about malaria (Comic Relief / Mia Collis)
It’s work such as this, delivered by passionate people in their own communities, that has contributed to the enormous progress over recent years in the fight against malaria.
For parents like Wabunde and Rashid, it’s continued commitment and collaboration, locally and globally, that could end malaria’s devastating impact and free communities to thrive.
“I would feel very happy if malaria was not around in my community” says Wabunde. “I would be very happy to be free from malaria.”
Support parents like Rashid and Wabunde. Add your voice to those all around the Commonwealth who say #MALARIAMUSTDIE.
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