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Green Party Leader Jonathan Bartley Says Air Pollution Is Becoming 'Most Urgent Global Crisis Of Our Times'

The Huffington Post | Kate Forrester | Posted 20.10.2017 | UK Politics

Toxic air is becoming one of the most urgent global crises of our times, according to the Green Party. Alarming statistics show pollution is responsib...

There's A New 'Super' Strain Of Malaria And Scientists Are Worried It Could Be Unstoppable

The Huffington Post | Sophie Gallagher | Posted 25.09.2017 | UK Tech

A new strain of ‘super’ malaria is presenting a “serious threat” to the world as it has spread across South East Asia, in spite of continued e...

Let's Make Malaria History

James Whiting | Posted 18.08.2017 | UK
James Whiting

It was 120 years ago this month that a British scientist, Sir Ronald Ross, first discovered that malaria was spread by mosquitos. His breakthrough mea...

Thousands Who Have Fled Conflict In North Eastern Nigeria Now Face Another Threat Of Dying Of Malaria

Anyika Onuora | Posted 18.08.2017 | UK
Anyika Onuora

I am a proud Liverpudlian of Nigerian origin. As a trained athlete, I have been competing all my life and now I am about to sign up to a very differen...

Mosquitoes Pose One Of The Greatest Threats To Mankind

Ash Dykes | Posted 07.07.2017 | UK
Ash Dykes

Halfway through the gruelling trip, travelling over eight of the highest mountains in 155 days, I caught the most deadly strain of malaria - Plasmodium falciparum. Getting malaria - the world's oldest and deadliest disease - was very debilitating and very scary.

We Should Do Everything We Can To Help Those Affected By Malaria

Fleur de Force | Posted 04.05.2017 | UK
Fleur de Force

You'd be forgiven for thinking that losing all of your clothes and make-up on an overseas trip would be one of the most unfortunate things that could ...

Britain Must Put Malaria Out Of Business - Permanently

James Whiting | Posted 25.04.2017 | UK
James Whiting

If you've kept an eye on social media this World Malaria Day then by now I imagine you've discovered the Secret CEO's true identity. The ruthless tyco...

Zipline Drone Deliveries Could Save Hundreds Of Thousands Of Lives In Remote Communities

The Huffington Post | Oscar Williams | Posted 14.04.2017 | UK Tech

Amazon made waves in the tech industry earlier this month after successfully completing its first drone delivery. It was an uneventful flight from one...

The Science Of Today Is Tomorrow's Technology

James Whiting | Posted 26.10.2016 | UK Tech
James Whiting

Over the years game-changing research and development in the malaria field has given us long-lasting insecticide treated nets that protect millions of families every night.

Globally United To #EndItForGood

James Whiting | Posted 20.09.2017 | UK
James Whiting

At Malaria No More UK, we know the importance of sustaining this momentum. We will continue to inspire the public, protect those most at risk and build partnerships with people and organisations who share our vision of a malaria-free world. And to borrow a hashtag from the Global Fund's inspiring replenishment campaign, this time lets stay united to #EndItForGood.

Miracle Compound Could Stop Malaria With A Single Dose

The Huffington Post | Oscar Williams | Posted 08.09.2016 | UK Tech

Scientists claim to have discovered a miracle compound which stops malaria in mice with a single, low dose. The discovery could open a new avenue for ...

The Myths Of Malaria

Frontier | Posted 23.08.2017 | UK
Frontier

Unfortunately we are still fighting the battle against malaria but World Mosquito Day falls on the 20th of August each year, with the idea behind it being to promote safe practice in mosquito prone areas, to generate funds to help with research into cures against mosquito transmitted diseases and to celebrate Dr Ross' groundbreaking discovery.

A Fight To The Finish On World Mosquito Day

James Whiting | Posted 19.08.2017 | UK
James Whiting

As the Rio Olympics draw to a close, tomorrow's World Mosquito Day provides a timely reminder of the deadly threat posed to humans by mosquitoes. From...

Our Shot to End Malaria

Andy Murray | Posted 28.06.2017 | UK Sport
Andy Murray

There's no tournament on earth like Wimbledon and, after winning here three years ago, I'm looking forward to returning with the home advantage and the incredible support of my fans, and giving it my best shot. This year I'm proud to be wearing Malaria No More UK's logo on my sleeve. I've supported the charity's work to end malaria deaths for seven years now... In the fight against malaria, when funding has been reduced or stopped many countries have seen the disease return with a vengeance. We cannot afford to stand still or let any ground slip when so many lives and futures are at stake.

How Can You Justify the UK's Spending on Aid?

Jo Yirrell | Posted 11.06.2017 | UK
Jo Yirrell

I was always proud of my eldest son Harry, never more so than when he swapped working at a building site in Leighton Buzzard to volunteer in a small v...

We Can Now Finally Protect People From Malaria For A Whole Year

The Huffington Post | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 10.05.2016 | UK Tech

A malaria vaccine could soon become a reality after scientists have developed a temporary treatment which can now keep people protected for a full yea...

If We Keep Spreading the Message About Malaria, We Will Keep Saving Even More Lives

Martha Amoo | Posted 26.04.2017 | UK
Martha Amoo

Education is so vital. When you give people help and tell them what the symptoms are and what to do if they feel ill, it not only prevents them from getting malaria in the first place but teaches them how to get the right treatment to save their lives.

Five Innovative Ways We Are Fighting Malaria

Ilya Jones | Posted 21.04.2017 | UK
Ilya Jones

Malaria has been a persistent blight for thousands of years. Spread by mosquitos, the oldest surviving records of the disease appear in ancient Chinese medical texts dating back to 2,700 BC. Since that time, efforts to tame it have been equally tireless.

What Will It Take to #EndMalaria for Good?

James Whiting | Posted 26.04.2017 | UK
James Whiting

The need to end malaria for good is as important as ever when half of the world's population is at risk and a child dies from this preventable disease every two minutes. How can we let up when life-saving treatment for each of those children costs less than a cup of coffee? Together we can #EndMalaria.

Welcome News From Across the Pond: Making Malaria a Priority

Jeremy Lefroy | Posted 25.04.2017 | UK
Jeremy Lefroy

Of all the headlines coming out of America so far this year, the one that excited me most was President Barack Obama's bold call for the world to end ...

The Terminator Two

James Whiting | Posted 27.01.2017 | UK
James Whiting

Ending malaria won't just save millions of lives, but could also unlock trillions of pounds in economic potential. As Justine Greening said: "Our new commitment will save countless more lives and build a safer, healthier and more prosperous world for us all which is firmly in the UK's national interest."

How We Can Save Nearly Half A Million Lives This Year....

Professor Rosanna Peeling | Posted 22.01.2017 | UK
Professor Rosanna Peeling

Giving birth to a stillborn infant is a tragedy for any parent and their family. These babies die either in late pregnancy or during the process of giving birth; deaths earlier than 28 weeks are called miscarriages.

Why Now Is the Moment to Step Up the Fight Against Malaria

Allan Pamba | Posted 21.12.2016 | UK
Allan Pamba

The scale of this challenge demands teamwork. Already, we've seen great partnerships created in the face of malaria. Now, there's another one taking shape. Comic Relief and GSK have formed a five-year partnership to help fight malaria and strengthen health systems in five countries worst affected by the disease across sub-Saharan Africa and Asia.

Malaria's Fist Pump Moment

James Whiting | Posted 24.11.2016 | UK
James Whiting

The weekend was a colossal fist pump moment. The UK government has bitten the bullet. It is taking on the ending of a disease that is believed to have killed half of humanity. Chancellor George Osborne has announced a new £1billion fund to fight malaria and other infectious diseases, in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

United to Defeat the World's Deadliest Pest

James Whiting | Posted 12.11.2016 | UK
James Whiting

It's true what they say, there is strength in numbers. And we are committed to building a network of malaria champions with business leaders, philanthropists, innovators, decision makers and governments to combine efforts and win the battle against malaria once and for all.