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Jacci Guy
October 23, 2018

How UN Partners Make Our Work Possible

Nothing But Nets recently visited Southeast Asia to better understand how countries like Thailand and Bangladesh are fighting malaria. While there, we got to see the amazing work of UN agencies like UNHCR and UNICEF.  

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NBN Staff
July 23, 2018

5 Ways Malaria Affects Parents

We all have at least one thing in common: we all have parents! And July 22nd was National Parents’ Day, so at Nothing But Nets, we want to show love to the hardworking parents around the world who strive to create a better life for their children.

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Emile Dawisha
July 10, 2018

Mosquito Joe Bites Back

In just over a year, Mosquito Joe and its 145+ independently-owned franchises have raised close to $50,000 in donations for Nothing But Nets! These funds have sent over 5,000 bed nets to malaria-endemic regions in Africa, South America, and the Caribbean; protecting over 10,000 people from the disease. Mosquito Joe drives its fundraising and awareness-raising efforts through two separate campaigns, MoJo Bites Back and Beat the Bloodsuckers.

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Emile Dawisha
June 18, 2018

World Refugee Day: Meet Achol

Our team met Achol while visiting the Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya, located on a searing, inhospitable patch of land near the border with South Sudan. Achol was standing in line with her children at a new-arrivals area to receive food, water, medicine, and bed nets. A week earlier, her husband was killed in the country’s ongoing civil war.

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Champion Guest Blogger
May 02, 2018

5 Ways the World is Fighting Malaria

Last week, international leaders, global health partners, and malaria specialists all converged in Dakar, Senegal for the 7th Multilateral Initiative on Malaria Conference (MIM) to discuss the achievements and challenges the world has faced in the past two decades as malaria has progressed. 

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Emile Dawisha
April 20, 2018

Introducing: Campaign Quarterly!

We’re excited to launch our new Campaign Quarterly Newsletter, a periodical snapshot of our work at Nothing But Nets and of the global movement to end malaria for good. In this newsletter, we will highlight impact stories, our campaign supporters, grassroots champions, and global partners. 

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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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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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