Working with local charities around the world, Millions Against Malaria seeks to target ‘hot spots’ of malaria outbreaks and provide the local charities within that area the necessary resources to fight back against this horrific disease.
Every minute two people will die from malaria…two too many. Malaria is a preventable disease that can be stopped if charities, communities and governments can work together. Millions Against Malaria seeks to join these facets together so that lives can be saved.
For many malaria survivors, their saviour was often in the form of a light aircraft which allowed them to reach the urgent medical attention required. This is why MAM founders, Ken Evers & Tim Pryse, kicked off Millions Against Malaria by flying a GA8-TC Airvan around the world.
Millions Against Malaria is currently working on the Malaumanda Village project. This project has now successfully raised $1,994 AUD so that mosquito nets can be provided for every family living in this isolated village in Papua New Guinea. Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) has been given the money raised so that the nets can be delivered to Malaumanda.