Malaria kills 50 children every hour.
You can help us save lives.

One of the deadliest infectious diseases in the world, malaria killed an estimated 438,000 people in 2015 and infects millions more each year — people like this boy, who was brought to an MSF clinic in Nigeria. Fortunately, malaria is preventable, easily detected and treatable. Your gift will help diagnose and treat cases of malaria, for people like this boy and thousands of children like him.

Purchase entire collection for $161.00

Malaria Rapid Tests

Malaria Rapid Tests

$45.00

MSF uses these tests in the busiest hospitals and most remote outposts. Just a single drop of blood and 15 minutes will diagnose the disease.
$45.00
Anti-Malaria Treatment

Anti-Malaria Treatment

$19.00

Administered to those infected with malaria, this medication works quickly to counteract the disease and help save lives.
$19.00
Mosquito Nets

Mosquito Nets

$17.00

These protective nets are treated with insecticide and given to those most at risk from malaria, including children and pregnant women.
$17.00

Every year during the peak malaria infection months of July to September, MSF offers seasonal malaria prevention, diagnosis and treatment activities for thousands of children in Niger, Chad and Mali.

What does a bike have to do with fighting malaria? Bikes are sometimes the only way of reaching remote areas where malaria-infected mosquitoes thrive. MSF community health workers use bikes to visit these communities to ensure patients get the treatment they need.
Bicycle

Bicycle

$80.00

Vital transportation within remote communities, MSF outreach teams use bikes to check on seriously ill patients in hard to reach areas.
$80.00

Every year, MSF teams treat thousands of patients with severe cases of malaria at hospitals like this one in South Sudan. Two-year-old Mohammed, above, is so sick with malaria that his mother fears the worst. MSF physician Dr. Kester Maniaol assesses Mohammed and provides the proper treatment to ensure a full recovery.