Fighting Malaria

In the DRC 40% of deaths among children under five years of age are due to malaria.

It is estimated that the DRC accounts for 11 percent of all Plasmodium falciparum cases in sub-Saharan Africa.


1000 vaccines. 1000 lives saved.
Cost: 12,000 USD

Plasmodium falciparum is a unicelluar protozoan parasite of humans, and the deadliest species of Plasmodium that cause malaria in humans. It is transmitted through the bite of a female Anopheles mosquito..

- Wikipedia

In My Backyard travels to the Democratic Republic of Congo from June 25 to July 03 2018

In the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), malaria is the main cause of death among children under five. Improving malaria diagnosis, particularly at the community level, increases the number of cases of children that are correctly managed and treated.

In eastern part of the country the disease is “out of control” with many parents letting their sick children die at home because they cannot afford treatment.

Many also cannot go to the hospital just because they cannot afford the price  of treatment and plus the cost of getting there.

IMBY not only will provide vaccines for treatment but will provide clean water via wells and education.

Join our malaria initiative today with a generous gift!

How your gift helps!

Your donation of any amount will help to provide a village of 1000 with much needed Malaria vaccine.

All donations are tax deductible!

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