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Dana McLaughlin
November 30, 2018

Why we šŸ§” our UN partners

Nothing But Nets has worked in partnership with UNHCR to distribute over 2 million bed nets to refugee settlements throughout Africa, often in rapid-response after a mass migration has occurred.

Our UN partners are vital to our work and to the work the global malaria community does to end this disease. 

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Jonathan Kidwell
November 09, 2018

Why we love šŸ§” our corporate partners

We rely on our corporate partners whose commitment and creative fundraising engagements make it possible for us to provide bed nets for families that are desperate for a safe night’s sleep.

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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
October 02, 2018

A Warm Welcome to Dr. Ken Staley!

Dr. Ken Staley is undeterred, eager, and committed to ending this disease once and for all. Here are 4 reasons why the new U.S. Global Malaria Coordinator says he has “the best job in Washington.”

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September 17, 2018

Meet the Pest Control Company That's Literally Saving Lives.

This partnership model that Aptive implemented has raised more than $245,000 for Nothing But Nets thus far in 2018!

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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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Paige Glidden
June 12, 2018

3 Facts About Steph Curry After His 3rd Championship Win

Steph Curry has been a champion for Nothing But Nets for years now. To celebrate his third championship win, here are three times he's made a huge impact for good.  

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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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Dana McLaughlin
March 29, 2018

InterceptorĀ® 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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February 13, 2018

Nothing But Nets Expands Work to End Malaria in Latin America and the Caribbean With Major Commitment from Sumitomo Chemical

The United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign and Sumitomo Chemical Company, Limited, one of Japan’s leading chemical companies, announced the third year of their partnership to help protect women, children, refugees, and vulnerable populations from malaria. The partnership will support Nothing But Nets’ work in sub-Saharan Africa, as well as the campaign’s new focus on ending malaria in Latin America and Caribbean. As part of the Every Woman, Every Child platform, the partnership helps to advance the unprecedented global movement that mobilizes and intensifies international and national action by governments, multilaterals, the private sector and civil society to address the major health challenges facing women, children and adolescents around the world.

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