Help Stop Malaria in Burma Campaign

$5,231 from 75 donors $5,000 goal met!
How does the “Help Stop Malaria” campaign work?
We are kicking off an urgent campaign to raise funds to purchase medicine used in treating malaria, and to help prevent the spread of drug-resistant malaria in eastern Burma. Click the Make a Donation button above to directly support the efforts of our Champions to meet the goal of this campaign and to help the people of Burma.
Where does the money go?
Community Partners International is a nonprofit working with local partners to improve health and education for the people of Burma. Your donation will go directly to purchase malaria medications used in the treatment against the spread of malaria in Burma.
How do I know my donation will make a difference?
Accessing quality malaria medication is one of the biggest challenges of our work in Burma. Funds donated to this campaign will go directly to the purchase of malaria medications used to treat women, children and families in Burma. Help Stop Malaria, a preventable, treatable killer.

Thanks to...

Oct 16 Emily made a $25 contribution
Aug 27 Barbara made a $50 contribution
Aug 15 Holly made a $50 contribution
Aug 12 Carrie gave $20 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Aug 11 Matthew made a $50 contribution
Aug 9 Mike made a $100 contribution
Aug 5 Linda made a $50 contribution
Aug 4 Michelle made a $20 contribution
Aug 2 Robert gave $40 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Aug 1 Stephanie made a $20 contribution
Jul 31 Mark made a $75 contribution
Green Street gave $100 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Kelly made a $100 contribution
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Aaron made a $25 contribution
Ricky gave $51 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jul 30 Green Street gave $100 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Patti made a $25 contribution
Oliver made a $100 contribution
Green Street gave $50 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Mary gave $10 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Barbara made a $50 contribution
LeAnne gave $25 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jul 29 Green Street gave $100 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Green Street gave $50 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Green Street gave $50 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Green Street gave $50 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jul 28 Nancy gave $50 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Christy made a $50 contribution
Meta made a $50 contribution
Roberta made a $25 contribution
Jul 27 Dana gave $25 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jul 19 Pam made a $100 contribution
Christine gave $50 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jul 18 Kate gave $100 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jul 17 Lisa made a $100 contribution
Caroline gave $100 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Craig made a $100 contribution
Allison made a $25 contribution
Ed and Martha made a $100 contribution
S made a $100 contribution
Marla gave $100 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jul 16 Dyan made a $50 contribution
Jul 15 Denise made a $50 contribution
Chris gave $100 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Damian gave $100 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Scott made a $100 contribution
Lois gave $100 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jen made a $50 contribution
Kate made a $50 contribution
Jul 14 Katy gave $25 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jul 12 Cheyenne gave $50 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jul 9 Holly made a $100 contribution
Jul 8 Elan made a $10 contribution
Jul 3 Aimee made a $75 contribution
Jul 2 Julie gave $100 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jeremy made a $25 contribution
Debra made a $100 contribution
Jun 30 Carol made a $50 contribution
James S gave $50 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jun 29 Jenny gave $20 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jun 28 Laura gave $20 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jun 27 Sarah made a $25 contribution
Eric gave $200 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Perrin gave $20 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Lorenzo gave $50 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Maria gave $50 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Doug made a $50 contribution
Joe made a $400 contribution
Jun 26 Josh made a $100 contribution
Timothy made a $25 contribution
Jun 25 Scott made a $100 contribution
Rita and Travis made a $50 contribution
Katherine gave $20 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jennifer gave $10 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Tim made a $25 contribution
Jun 24 Graham gave $50 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Matt gave $10 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jun 22
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Brent made a $150 contribution
Jun 19 Dennis gave $10 for a package of life-saving malaria medication
Jun 13 Debbie made a $100 contribution
$100 in offline donations

Help Stop Malaria — a preventable, treatable disease

Malaria causes 30% of deaths among children under age five in eastern Burma.  But it doesn’t have to be this way — malaria is one of the most preventable and treatable diseases.  Community Partners International supports local partner organizations in Burma who treat more than 10,000 patients a year with Plasmodium falciparum malaria, the deadliest strain.

As drug resistance develops to existing malaria drugs, new ones need to be introduced. Currently, artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT) is the World Health Organization’s recommended treatment for P. falciparum.

Yet it is difficult and complicated to access these medications in eastern Burma.  With rainy season fast approaching, we are urgently looking for funds to purchase ACTs for our local partners’ malaria control programs.

It costs less than $1 to provide a course of life-saving malaria medication to a villager in Burma.  We hope that you will join us in our campaign to stop malaria in Burma.

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Janet
$1,445 18 donors
Linda
$1,366 17 donors
Debbie
$1,070 13 donors
Jen
$750 15 donors
Brent
$450 10 donors
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About Community Partners International

Community Partners International (CPI) works with local partners to improve health and education, led by and for the people of Burma / Myanmar. Back1 copyFor 15 years CPI has provided evidence-based public health training, mentoring and technical resources to local organizations in remote, conflict-affected and underserved communities so they can design, manage and monitor their own high quality health programs. For more information on Community Partners International click here.