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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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Dana McLaughlin
March 29, 2018

Interceptor® G2

BASF, a global leader in chemical development, has recently developed a new generation mosquito net called the Interceptor® G2. The Interceptor® G2 introduces a new class of insecticide to public health, a pyrrole called chlorfenapyr, in combination with alphacypermethrin.

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Charlie Webster
March 09, 2018

From Sickness to Advocacy: My Story

Never in a million years did I think I would be so well versed in what a mosquito can do or at the forefront of fighting the world’s oldest disease – malaria. It wasn’t that long ago that malaria almost took my life. I had complications, a rare form of the disease and it wasn’t diagnosed initially – I am so incredibly lucky to be alive today.

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Tyler Browning
March 01, 2018

SumiShield 50WG

Nothing But Nets partner Sumitomo Chemical has developed an exciting new Indoor Residual Spray (IRS) called SumiShield50WG , which contains the insecticide clothianidin -- the first new active ingredient recommended by WHO for use in IRS for nearly 40 years.

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Tyler Browning
February 26, 2018

Nothing But Mullets

At the University of Notre Dame, tucked away in St. Edward’s hall, is a group of passionate students making a very bold fashion statement – they’re growing Mullets Against Malaria.

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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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Champion Guest Blogger
January 08, 2018

I Refuse to be Idle in the Fight Against Malaria

While sympathizing with those who have contracted or are at high risk for contracting malaria is important, I believe it is our responsibility as human beings to take a more active role in the fight against it.

I, for one, refuse to be idle while over a million people succumb to this preventable disease each year.

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Champion Guest Blogger
December 04, 2017

Nothing But Nets Gave Me a Voice

To me, there was a pleasant simplicity in the idea that $10 can provide a bed net - that $10 can, quite literally, save a life. With this message, I was inspired to teach others about Nothing But Nets and show my community that such a small act can go a really long way.

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Dan Skallman
November 27, 2017

Leading the fight against insecticide resistance

Bed nets have been—and continue to be—one of the most crucial factors in this progress, helping to prevent millions of new malaria cases and dramatically reducing deaths, particularly among young children. Despite these successes, however, the mosquitos that transmit malaria are very clever, continually adapting to the new tools and technologies rolled out to combat them. An emerging challenge currently facing the global malaria community is insecticide resistance, meaning that in certain parts of the world, these mosquitos are becoming less susceptible to the insecticides designed to kill them and to interrupt transmission of the parasite.

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