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Scholarship fund in memory of Dr Sylvia Meek
Dr Sylvia Meek (pictured left), Malaria Consortium's Technical Director, recently passed away after living with cancer for 18 months. Sylvia’s contribution to the fight against infectious disease, and malaria in particular, cannot be overstated. In Sylvia's honour, we would like to continue to influence lives in the field that she loved so much.
With the blessing of Sylvia’s family, this scholarship fund will help to train a number of entomologists in the Greater Mekong Subregion and in sub-Saharan Africa.
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pays for 200 rapid diagnostic tests for malaria
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pays for training for 6 rural health workers over a year
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Make a single donation
pays for a long-lasting insecticide treated net (LLIN), protecting 2 lives for up to 3 years
The LLINs you help us provide, save lives. Find out more here
pays for the delivery of 6 nets which will protect 2 families from malaria for up to 3 years
Find out how LLINs protect families in Uganda, like Rosetta’s, here
pays for life-saving malaria treatment for 200 children under the age of 5
Young children are the most vulnerable to malaria. Find out how
donations protect children like Goodluck from this deadly disease
pays for mosquito nets for 25 mothers and 100 children, training for 1 rural health worker and a supply of rapid diagnostic tests for malaria
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Photos By: Vicky Dawe/Comic Relief, Mimi Mollica & William Daniels.