We are looking for creative, mission-oriented college students to join our fight and help us say goodbye to malaria in Africa. Through sustained efforts malaria elimination is possible in our lifetime. If you share our passion and belief that through innovative ideas and we can drive awareness for social change in the world, we would like you to join us as a Goodbye Malaria Ambassador.
To become anambassador we need to you to come up with a creative campaign that spreads the word that Malaria is preventable and elimination is possible.
"Today, mosquito-borne diseases such as Zika and Malaria are the number one killer of children in Africa."
We want the best of the best to join us in Africa!
In addition to campaign giveaways, top performers will have the opportunity to win a trip to Africa to see how your efforts have changed lives. Your passion drives change and we would like you to see it first hand.
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Humanitarian adventurer Kingsley Holgate is thought of as the most-travelled man in Africa, and has personally seen the harm caused by malaria across the continent. Kingsley inspired the Goodbye Malaria founders to join the fight against malaria, so we have him to thank for being here today!
The Princess of Africa is a tireless malaria warrior as well as an internationally-renowned South African superstar. She is a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF and our partner Roll Back Malaria, and we are proud to have her support for the Goodbye Malaria campaign.
One of the top house bands in South Africa, winning Group of the Year, Record of the Year, and Best Dance Album at the 2012 South African Music Awards. Dr Duda, Jsomething and Mo-T are enthusiastic supporters of Goodbye Malaria. Our sprayers were delighted to receive a surprise visit from MiCasa.
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Together we can say goodbye ‐ tchau tchau ‐ hamba kahle ‐ au revoir ‐ adios to malaria.