Welcome to the Campaign Quarterly Newsletter, a snapshot of our work at Nothing But Nets and the global movement to end malaria for good!
In this issue, a recap of our malaria programming and advocacy work in 2019. Plus, a preview of the 2020 Leadership Summit, which is less than two months away!Read Article
We’re less than two months away from our campaign’s marquee event: the annual Nothing But Nets Leadership Summit (March 8-10 in Washington DC; Washington Marriott Georgetown). Here are five reasons why you should attend the 2020 Leadership Summit!Read Article
Our coalition of 609 champions conducted 212 meetings with members of Congress in 2019 – both in-district and on Capitol Hill as part of our annual Leadership Summit’s Advocacy Day.Read Article
To all of our Nothing But Nets supporters around the world, happy new year and welcome to the next great decade of progress in the fight against malaria. As we set our sights on 2020, we’d like to take one final look back at 2019, our campaign’s 14th year.Read Article
Fleeing violence in 2014, Ousmanou’s family was forced to wade through miles of forest and overcome multiple tropical diseases to reach Gado camp. Today, her joy comes from seeing her children – now aged 15, 14, 7, 4 and 1 – run off to school as she stays back to take care of her youngest child.Read Article
Welcome to the Campaign Quarterly Newsletter, a snapshot of our work at Nothing But Nets and the global movement to end malaria for good.
In this issue, the story of Ousmanou Danti, a 35-year old refugee from the Central African Republic, information on our new Global Health Fellowship, an update on what's next for the Global Fund Replenishment, and the launch of The Safety Net!Read Article
Nothing But Nets leads efforts in the US to galvanize young people around the global fight to end malaria. This fall, we’re taking this nationwide student outreach to the next level by launching the Global Health Fellowship (GHF).Read Article
In this issue: two very different stories of malaria survivors from the Democratic Republic of Congo, NBA legend Dikembe Mutombo returns home with bed nets in tow, and a startup disrupts the bedding industry while donating thousands of bed nets.Read Article
Six years ago, Ariel Kaye had a bold business idea that would disrupt the bedding industry: To create a premium bed sheet brand that was high quality, direct-to-consumer and socially conscious. When Ariel launched Parachute in 2014, she partnered with Nothing But Nets to donate a bed net – ‘a safe night’s sleep’ – for every purchase of their signature Venice bedding set.Read Article
Nothing But Nets champion Eric Bieski, who works in his community with refugee populations in resettlement and placement, tells the incredible story of a girl named Salome, who almost died from malaria shortly after her family resettled in the U.S. from the Democratic Republic of Congo.Read Article