Aid worker dies of Malaria
There was a story in the Western Morning News about the death of a volunteer aid worker. Follow this link to see a scan of the news item as it appeared in the paper.
The online version is here.
Hoping for success.
REMaRAG Nigeria coordinator Dele Balogun D9110 is undertaking a multi-club Malaria project at Gberfu on the 12th October 2012.
Emphasis will be on public education, door to door distribution and hanging of LLIN's. Working closely with the local health authorities and village elders.
We wish them continued success.
The Family of Rotary involved with Malaria elimination throughout the world are delighted to read of two Knighthood awards in the 2012 Queen’s New Year Honours list.
Brian Greenwood Professor of Clinical Tropical Medicine at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine for his services to Malaria research in Africa and Andrew Witty, Chief Executive of drugs giant GlaxoSmithKline for services to the Economy and to the UK Pharmaceutical Industry. GSK constantly involved researching for a Malaria vaccine.
We thank them both for their continued efforts to bring to an end the devastating death rate of 3,000 daily in Sub Saharan Africa through contracting Malaria.
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