Today is World Malaria Day—You Can Help!

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World Malaria Day: Tweet to Beat Malaria! via kwout

Today is World Malaria Day2009! What is the point of this day?

Civil society organisations across the world are making their contribution to the implementation of the Global Malaria Action Plan and achieving the goal of near-zero deaths from malaria by 2015.

You can help in several ways:

Help the Mashable effort for Malaria No More by Tweeting one or more of these messages:

You can also follow Malaria No More on Twitter, become a Facebook fan or friend them on MySpace.

Get involved and make a difference!

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  1. Dear Buffy Hamilton,

    On the 25th April 2010 the global community will mark World Malaria Day 2010.

    Last year you externally linked to World Malaria Day website via your blog, which we are very grateful for. We were wondering if you could extend your support this year by downloading and displaying the World Malaria Day Button on your website alongside the link, in order to further raise awareness of the day.

    The World Malaria Day button virtual campaign began in 2008 and is a collaborative initiative with the Roll Back Malaria Partnership. It can be viewed on all websites, blogs and social networking profiles. The aim is to have it on as many websites as possible by World Malaria Day – the 25th of April 2010. By clicking on the button, visitors are directed to both to the World Malaria Day civil society website (www.worldmalariaday.org) and RBM’s World Malaria Day homepage (http://www.rollbackmalaria.org/worldmalariaday ).

    You can download the button at http://www.worldmalariaday.org/add_button.cfm

    We do hope you will be able to take the time to show your support in this way. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me!

    Many Thanks
    Sarah Pickwick
    Malaria Consortium Advocacy and Communications Team

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