On SADC Malaria Week, we applaud the critical work of the malaria volunteers who work tirelessly to defeat the disease in their communities. Sangoma Ndibi is one of more than 300 volunteers in Zambia that work with the Isdell:Flowers Cross Border Malaria Initiative and Zambia's National Malaria Elimination Programme.
Hear from Sangoma Ndibi in the video below.
Ahead of SADC Malaria Day, Religious Leaders Push for Malaira elimination in Western PRovince, Zambia
Today is SADC (Southern African Development Community) Malaria Day. We join a global community of malaria advocates in raising awareness about malaria, and we echo the important theme, "Community Involvement is Key to Achieving Zero Malaria."
Religious leaders have a critical role in advocating for malaria elimination and ensuring that communities affected by malaria are heard at the highest levels of government. Last week, more than 35 religious convened in Western Province, Zambia, to strengthen collaboration with the government in order to advance the fight against malaria.
Read a full report, originally published in All Africa, here.