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Dana McLaughlin
June 7, 2017
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UNICEF Annual Report 2015: The Importance of the 5th Birthday

When a child is born, he or she immediately needs several required things in order to grow and thrive. Nourishment. Healthcare. Love. But too often in the world today, these most basic necessities and fundamental rights of children around the world are suspended amidst crisis, poverty, natural disaster, and violence. 

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Dana McLaughlin
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Celebrating International Youth Day with Nothing But Nets Champions

Every year on August 12th we celebrate International Youth Day in order to celebrate and engage youth around the world in conversations with their local, national, and international leaders.

 

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Elizabeth Ivanovich

A 101 on the Global Fund Replenishment

Today, world leaders will come together in Montreal, Canada to replenish the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and Malaria. This is an opportunity to make incredible progress against three of the world’s deadliest preventable diseases, but this progress isn’t possible without partnership and commitment from countries and the private sector around the world.

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June 6, 2017
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YCA Hits the Hill! Nothing But Nets Leadership Summit: Day Three

Yesterday was the last day of the Nothing But Nets Leadership Summit (which conveniently fell on World Malaria Day!) We went to Capitol Hill to meet with members of Congress and their staffers to emphasize the importance of protecting international aid funding.

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Margaret Reilly McDonnell
June 5, 2017
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World Leaders Make Strong Commitment to End AIDS, TB, and Malaria for Good

This past weekend, the global fight against some of the world’s deadliest diseases received a major boost from governments, NGOs, the private sector, and other key partners.

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Katie Martin
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Senator Stabenow Lends Her Voice to the Fight to Defeat Malaria

On the heels of the Global Fund’s record-breaking fifth replenishment conference, Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) joined the Nothing But Nets campaign and our partner Junior Chamber International USA (JCI USA) in Detroit on September 24th to discuss the importance of U.S. government investments in malaria prevention programs.

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How Nothing But Nets Champions Can Support Cotopaxi Questivals

This was my first time volunteering as a Nothing But Nets champion at a Cotopaxi Questival. I was immediately interested in pitching in when I learned that Cotopaxi and Nothing But Nets have teamed up to educate and fundraise with the goal of defeating malaria for good.

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In Celebration of 10 Years

It all started with an article in Sports Illustrated written by our co-founder, Rick Reilly. Now, we celebrate the 10th year of that article and of our work to protect children, families, and refugees from malaria.

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Kathy Calvin
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Building a Movement to Fight Malaria

Around the world, people are hungry for change – and they don’t want to be on the sidelines watching it happen; they want to be the ones making it happen. No longer are people passive check writers; they are active change makers.

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International Musicians and Artists Unite to Bring Worldwide Awareness to Malaria

Can a song help stop the spread of a deadly disease? The Kids Against Malaria hope so. The message of their song is simple: sleep under an insecticide treated mosquito net and get to a doctor as soon as you’re feeling sick.

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