One day dedicated to education and spurs to action to beat malaria.
Amazingly, there are ways to get it wrong. Please avoid them.
Don’t claim that all we need to do to beat this nasty disease is shoot environmentalists and poison the world with DDT. Don’t claim that health workers who risk their lives to prevent malaria with bednets, are misguided. No, Rachel Carson didn’t kill millions with false claims against DDT (in fact, she tried to keep DDT viable as a key tool to fight malaria, but we failed to listen to her in time).
You might kick in $10 to Nothing But Nets, and save a life in the most effective anti-malaria campaign in the last 50 years. In fact, I recommend it.
Have a thoughtful World Malaria Day.