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Advocacy

Max Antman
November 02, 2018

Why we love 🧡 our champions

Our champions make us who we are – the largest global grassroots campaign fighting malaria. 

These are the folks who make up our “global grassroots campaign” and have been crucial to our efforts that have successfully continued strong U.S. funding for PMI and the Global Fund. 

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Paige Glidden
August 10, 2018

Hiba & Priya's Story: Why We Became Nothing But Nets Champions

This International Youth Day, we're highlighting the amazing work of young people in the fight to end malaria. Hiba Akbar and Priyanka Meesa are two high school students that have been working with Nothing But Nets for 2 years. Here, they share why they're passionate about ending malaria. Read their story below!   

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Paige Glidden
July 27, 2018

Katherine Commale Received The "Hero Award" In Taiwan - And She's Only 17!

This June, Katherine Commale was invited to speak in Taiwan- and receive a "Hero Award" from the Taiwanese President. That's amazing, but even more impressive is the fact that Katherine is 17 years old. But before she was an internationally known philanthropist, she was just a 5 year old girl with a big heart and a passion for the mission of Nothing But Nets.

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NBN Staff
July 09, 2018

What to Expect from an "Advocacy Day" on Capitol Hill

Last month, I attended my first Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill with the United Nations Association of the United States of America (UNA-USA), and I’m not going to lie, I was nervous. Many of my peers and colleagues had told me stories about getting lost in the halls of Congress and the treacherous walks across the hill in the scorching sun. But despite my fears, the day was a complete success, and once it was over I could not stop smiling. Here’s why.  

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NBN Staff
June 25, 2018

4 Thing to Know About Malaria in The Americas

Last week, the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign convened experts and leaders on Capitol Hill for a briefing on the fight to eliminate malaria in the important, but sometimes-overlooked, region of Latin America and the Caribbean.

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NBN Staff
May 30, 2018

Ebola Is Back: What We Can Do About It

Ebola is back.  A new outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has swelled to nearly 60 cases and left 27 dead as of this week.  Worse still, a confirmed case has reached Mbandaka, a densely populated port city on the Congo River where 1.2 million people live.  Mbandaka is 250 miles away from the village where the original Ebola case in this outbreak was identified, underscoring how quickly this virus can spread if left unchecked.

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Paige Glidden
April 09, 2018

Get Involved This #WorldMalariaDay!

Here's how YOU can get involved in World Malaria Day. April 25th is a global day dedicated to raising awareness and uniting the global community around the common goal of a world free of malaria.

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Nothing But Nets Team
March 26, 2018

Omnibus Reaffirms U.S. Commitment to Foreign Aid, United Nations

Last week, Congress passed a funding package for Fiscal Year 2018, which was later signed by the President, keeping the government open and pertinent programs funded through the end of September 2018.

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Margaret Reilly McDonnell
February 05, 2018

2017: A Year of Impact

2018 is going to be a BIG year. In fact, it’s shaping up to be one of our most impactful years yet.

But before we forge ahead, first I want to take a moment to pause and reflect. We wouldn’t be able to help protect so many people from deadly mosquitoes without support from our Nothing But Nets community.

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Champion Guest Blogger
February 05, 2018

Our Shared Responsibility to Protect Each Other

We live in a world where almost 430,000 people die annually from a preventable, mosquito-borne disease called malaria. Children, pregnant women, and refugees are at highest risk for contracting this disease. But there is no excuse, considering that it is 100% preventable.

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