Community and Anglican faith leaders have gathered in the northern town of Ondangwa to mobilize a broad-reaching initiative that aims to reduce and ultimately eliminate malaria from the border regions of southern Africa.
Namibia Makes Strides in Tackling Malaria
allAfrica, 21 November 2018
The Namibian government and its health partners seem to be at the forefront of the battle against malaria, as WHO launches a new country-driven “High burden to high… Read more »
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A local clinic, in Ondangwa filled with community members, illustrates the pressure and overwhelming demands on the health system. Through a collaborative approach that has evolved between ... see more »
Faith Leaders Mobilize Distribution of 26,000 Mosquito Nets to Eliminate Malaria in Rural Namibia
J.C. Flowers Foundation, 21 November 2018
J.C. Flowers Foundation, which is working toward eliminating malaria in southern Africa, has joined forces with BASF, one of the world’s leading chemical companies, to… Read more »
Malaria Nets for Rural Namibia
Namibian, 8 November 2018
THE JC Flowers Foundation, which is working towards eliminating malaria in southern Africa, has joined forces with German company Badische Anilin und Soda Fabrik (BASF), a leading… Read more »
Faith Leaders: A Key Link to Successfully Tackling Malaria
Isdell:Flowers Cross Border Malaria Initiative, 31 October 2018
Malaria, both an ancient and modern scourge, claims a life every two minutes. It also knows no borders, which is a particular challenge in the highly affected countries of southern… Read more »
A local clinic, filled with community members, illustrates the pressure and overwhelming demands on the health system. Through a collaborative approach that has evolved between various partners - J.C. Flowers Foundation, BASF, local Anglican faith leaders, and the government - each is empowered to play their role according to their strengths and regional presence.
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