Malaria No More envisions a world where no one dies of a mosquito bite. More than a decade into or mission, our work has contributed to historic progress toward this goal. Now, we're mobilizing the political commitment, funding, and innovation required to achieve what would be on of the greatest humanitarian accomplishments - ending malaria within our generation.
To do that, we need to look outside infectious disease interventions only. Climate change is harming the world’s health more rapidly and severely than we ever knew, introducing new complexity to health systems around the world. The harmful effects of climate change on efforts to eliminate malaria have been evident for years. Rising temperatures, changing rainfall patterns and extreme weather events complicate efforts to control the disease, and put many millions more at risk of illness and death.