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Cross-party support for UK leadership on malaria

Cross-party support for UK leadership on malaria

Since 2000, UK aid and innovation have played a leading role in cutting malaria deaths by 62% globally, saving almost 7 million lives.

The UK’s leadership in tackling malaria - in partnership with endemic country governments, the private sector, academic institutions and NGOs, alongside pioneering R&D efforts - epitomises global Britain at its best. This is why there is such strong cross-party support for the UK Government’s efforts to help tackle the world’s oldest and deadliest disease.

New polling conduted by ComRes in October this year, reveals that 96% of MPs in Westminster believe it is right the UK plays its part leading the global fight to end malaria within a generation.

Here are just some of the many MPs and Peers from across the political spectrum that have backed the UK’s investment in malaria and supported Malaria No More UK in 2017:

Photo collage of MPs
Photo collage of MPs
Photo collage of MPs