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Our youth ambassadors

Our youth ambassadors

On International Youth Day 2018, we officially introduced our malaria youth ambassadors. A group of determined, inspirational, young people from around the world who have seen or experienced malaria first hand and refuse to stand by and watch as malaria continues to kill a child every two minutes and sees more than 216 million cases each year.

Read their stories, be inspired and see why they've decided to dedicate their lives to the fight and to represent Malaria No More UK.

Ndifanji giving a speech at the lectern at the Malaria Summit London 2018

Dr Ndifanji Namacha, Malawi

Ndifanji now works as an assistant lecturer in Public Health at the University of Malawi, College of Medicine and a research intern with the malaria epidemiology group at the Malawi-Liverpool Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Programme.

Deus Thindwa, Malawi

Deus is currently working in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Imperial College London, researching the potential impacts of preventative antimalarial drugs during pregnancy as well as the spread of resistance.

Elvis Eze speaking at the Malaria Summit London

Elvis Eze, Nigeria

During the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2018 Malaria Summit, Elvis presented the Youth Declaration calling on heads of government to make clear commitments, with earmarked domestic financing, to join young people in eliminating malaria by 2030.