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Our partners are dedicated to reducing malaria’s threat

Malaria is preventable, treatable and curable. Thanks to better awareness, prevention and treatment tools, malaria mortality rates have dropped by 60% worldwide since 2000.

In Africa, malaria kills hundreds of thousands of people each year, most of them children under five. And it robs the continent of billions of dollars in lost productivity annually.


  • ADPP Angola

    ADPP Angola's malaria project organizes 4,000 schoolchildren into Malaria Control Patrols to teach malaria prevention and the correct use of bed nets. ExxonMobil's partnership with ADPP supports a consortium for malaria prevention in Benguela province.

  • Africare

    Africare trains community health volunteers that work with primarily rural households on the prevention and treatment of malaria. Africare's partnership with the National Basketball Association leverages passion for basketball to foster life skills and advance malaria education for youth in Nigeria.

  • Business Coalition against Malaria, Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS in Cameroon (CCA/SIDA)

    CCA/SIDA is a private-sector coalition engaged in malaria prevention, established by the Cameroon Chamber of Commerce and the Cameroon Employers' Association to coordinate the business response to malaria and other endemic diseases.

  • Friends of the Global Fight

    Friends of the Global Fight works to educate, engage and mobilize U.S. decision-makers to support the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. ExxonMobil supports Friends of the Global Fight to help secure resources for the Global Fund’s Fifth Replenishment.

  • Global Health Corps (GHC)

    GHC provides opportunities for young professionals to work on the front lines of global health in skills-based, yearlong fellowships.

  • Grassroot Soccer (GRS)

    GRS uses the convening power of soccer to increase awareness of malaria and HIV/AIDS among young people across Africa. In partnership with ExxonMobil, GRS delivers a malaria prevention and sports curriculum in Nigeria.

  • Harvard School of Public Health

    Harvard School of Public Health brings together scientists, researchers and public health leaders to develop novel ways of preventing and treating malaria, and hosts an ExxonMobil Malaria Scholar in Residence. ExxonMobil also supports Harvard's annual leadership development course Science of Eradication: Malaria.

  • Jhpiego

    In partnership with ExxonMobil, Jhpiego implements a community-based program that helps health workers prevent malaria in pregnant women.

  • Malaria No More

    Malaria No More leverages high-impact awareness campaigns to engage the world, rally leadership and increase strategic investments. ExxonMobil supports Malaria No More to increase bed net usage and encourage timely diagnosis and treatment.

  • Malaria Vaccine Initiative (MVI)

    MVI is a global program established at PATH to accelerate the development of malaria vaccines. ExxonMobil partners with MVI to ensure the vaccines’ availability and accessibility in the developing world.

  • Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV)

    MMV aims to discover, develop and deliver effective and affordable new antimalarial medicines for vulnerable populations through public-private partnerships.

  • The Mentor Initiative

    The Mentor Initiative focuses on reducing the malaria burden on emergency-affected populations through capacity development, field support and operational research. ExxonMobil partners with The Mentor Initiative on malaria control programs in Angola.

  • Oxford University

    Oxford University helps train the next generation of health leaders through ExxonMobil-supported scholarships in its graduate studies program in International Health and Tropical Medicine.

  • Population Services International (PSI) Malaria Control

    ExxonMobil supports PSI to promote the use of bed nets for malaria prevention and to introduce rapid diagnostic tests in community case management of malaria in Cameroon.

  • President's Malaria Initiative (PMI)

    PMI's strategy in sub-Saharan Africa is to halve the burden of malaria in 70% of at-risk populations, or approximately 450 million people. ExxonMobil partners with PMI in Angola.

  • Seed Global Health

    Seed Global Health aims to improve health infrastructure in the developing world through the placement of highly skilled U.S.-based medical volunteers in tropical disease settings.

  • Special Olympics

    Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports organization for people with intellectual disabilities. In partnership with ExxonMobil and Grassroot Soccer, Special Olympics provides an interactive health education program to improve access to malaria prevention and other health services for individuals with intellectual disabilities in Nigeria.

  • WorldWide Antimalarial Resistance Network (WWARN)

    To combat the serious challenge of antimalarial drug resistance, WWARN provides high-quality data resources, customized research tools and services, and a global platform for exchanging scientific and public health information.

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