A project of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's Center for Communication Programs.


Malaria Safe partners strategize and strengthen networks in Tanzania

United Against Malaria corporate partners met in Tanzania last week to advance the role of the private sector in malaria control, building on top-level support from the Prime Minister, who recently invited 32 new companies to become Malaria Safe.

In schools and offices, Tanzania's private sector celebrates World Malaria Day

This World Malaria Day, United Against Malaria partners old and new reached out to employees and communities across Tanzania, where approximately 60,000 malaria-related deaths occur each year.

UAM Champion: Said Muhammad Said Abeid, Said Salim Bakhresa & Co.

An active champion of United Against Malaria, Mr. Said Muhammad Said Abeid is the general manager of Said Salim Bakhresa & Co. (SSB), an East African flour mill in Tanzania that processes wheat, maize and rice.  

Malaria Safe launched in Tanzania


In a display of public sector support for malaria control efforts in Tanzania, top government leaders launched the Malaria Safe program in Dar es Salaam on November 29, in collaboration with the NMCP. The event heralded a new level of commitment and collaboration among United Against Malaria partners at the national level. 


Malaria and Football: An International Approach

Malaria is an international problem, but efforts to control it are often national in scope. To fill in these gaps and help raise awareness across borders, the United Against Malaria campaign has reenforced international football matches and tournaments with strategic messaging sanctioned by the Confederation of African Football and some of Africa's biggest multi-national companies.