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Counting malaria out: Metrics of success

By Laura Newman, MACEPA Senior Communications Associate During the first day of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Malaria Forum, numerous statistics were shared that highlighted the incredible progress that malaria-endemic countries have made in fighting the disease in the …

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Forging new friendships – with a purpose

Posted by Roy Mann, Rotary Member Yesterday we traveled for five hours from Kitwe in the north to Lusaka in south-central Zambia. On board were Ben and Gena from PATH/MACEPA, my companions Jim and John from the Seattle Rotary delegation, …

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Seattle Rotary has “deeply touched our hearts”

Posted by Jim Moore, Rotary Member On Sunday night we held a working dinner with representatives from nine Rotary Clubs.  Besides traditional Rotary fellowship, the main purpose of the dinner was to begin to specify the next steps that should …

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Seattle malaria community gathers at PATH

We had a packed house as the malaria community gathered at PATH headquarters in Seattle to commemorate World Malaria Day today!  Photos, video, and a full write-up to follow shortly. Stay tuned!

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Seattle commemorates World Malaria Day 2010

Posted by Kent Campbell, PATH Malaria Control Program Director We’ve just concluded an extraordinary morning here at the PATH office in Seattle. The area’s best and brightest in the global malaria community gathered at PATH headquarters in Seattle today to …

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Fever Pitch

Posted by Todd Jennings, MACEPA Communications Officer Football (soccer) is a living, breathing force on this continent.  Mobile phones buzz with match day updates and the final whistle releases a rain of text messages on opposing fans.  From the playground …

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