Magaria pediatric unit and ITFC
Each year, malaria kills nearly half a million people. 70 per cent of all deaths are children under five years of age.

The disease is easy enough to treat, but access to the most effective treatments remains inadequate. 90 per cent of all malaria deaths occur on the African continent. Impregnated mosquito nets are expensive and out of reach for many. The parasite which causes malaria is beginning to show resistance in parts of Asia to the most effective drug we have. And there are no new drugs in the development pipeline, meaning we could be left without effective options in the future.

Malaria

Quick facts about malaria

 
Refugees in Kapise village, Malawi
Malawi

Waves of Mozambicans fleeing violence seek refuge in Malawi

Voices from the Field 18 Jan 2016
 
Dr. Alfonso Apolinar
Tanzania

“People cope with these tough living conditions because often they haven’t known anything else.”

Voices from the Field 9 Dec 2015
 
Meningitis Epidemic in Niger
Epidemics and pandemics

Epidemics: Neglected emergencies?

Report 25 Nov 2015
 
Medical and mental healthcare for people displaced by violence in the Lake Chad area.
Photo Story

Lake Chad region: providing assistance in the epicentre of violence

23 Nov 2015
Photo Story
 
MSF treats spiking malaria in South Sudan with the help of local communities
South Sudan

MSF tackles spike in malaria with help of local communities

Project Update 20 Nov 2015
 
South Sudan

Activity Update, October 2015

Project Update 18 Nov 2015
 
Malakal, South Sudan
South Sudan

"The root cause of these illnesses is overcrowding and sub-standard living conditions"

Voices from the Field 18 Nov 2015
 
Seeking malaria treatment around Aweil, South Sudan
Photo Story

Searching for malaria care in South Sudan

2 Nov 2015
Photo Story
 
Medical and mental healthcare for people displaced by violence in the Lake Chad area.
Chad

Plunging from one nutrition crisis to the next

Project Update 16 Oct 2015
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