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Infographics

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Ok, so you may not have given much thought to infographics, but there are loads of them out there specifically on malaria! They can be a great resource to share with friends, insert during a presentation (hint hint), or just to equip yourself with an easy to remember great little sound-bite that will help you to express the enormous impact that Malaria has!

Ever met someone scared of being eaten by a shark? Well while we can decide to not go into the water, none of us living in Africa have the luxury of stepping out of the mosquitoes domain:

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Explore more visuals like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually.

 

World Malaria Day 2014

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World Malaria Day which is commemorated every year on the 25th April, is almost upon us again! World Malaria Day was first established in 2008, with the aim of providing “education and understanding of malaria”and to spread information on “year-long intensified implementation of national malaria-control strategies, including community-based activities for malaria prevention and treatment in endemic areas.” Zambia will also be commemorating the day with activities planned in Solwezi.

You can find out more information on World Malaria Day from the following websites:

WHO World Malaria Day
RBM World Malaria Day
World Malaria Day Website

MalariaWorld

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Just wanted to remind you all that a great resource to get plugged into is Malaria World. Why not take a look at the website. While there, you can sign up for the weekly summary emails, read the various blogs, or make your voice by asking a question. I think MW is a fantastic resource…

Doughnuts

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If there wasn’t already enough incentive to come along to JC and learn more about malaria and to develop yourself professionally, it is worth noting that doughnuts have been served at all meetings so far. Who knows how long that will continue, but I doubt if March will be any different….