Usually onwe observe Africa Malaria Day. Now in 2008 people are taking part in WORLD MALARIA DAY, recognizing that the disease cuts across many continents and that people in all continents have a roll to play in controlling the disease. Jhpiego is observing this event throughout the month of April.
Jhpiego’s first activities consist of a series of updates on the organization’s malaria work. The first update features ACT roll out in Kenya. In the coming weeks Jhpiego will feature Nigeria, Tanzania and Angola. A link to the Kenya update is on Jhpiego’s home page
as well as directly found at the web address below
Please read and share with colleagues and development partners
Jhpiego will also hold a BBL on Malaria Day itself in Baltimore featuring Randall Packard of the JHU Institute of the History of Medicine who has just published a book on the history of malaria from a social and economic perspective.
Jhpiego will be officially launching its Malaria Strategy Document at a BBL on the
In addition to reading the updates and attending the above mentioned events (if you are in Baltimore) please feel welcome to send your own malaria stories and achievements.
Malaria – a disease without borders – is a challenge Jhpiego is confronting across many countries and continents. Remember you all have a role to play.