Sunday, April 25

World Malaria Day: Take a quiz.

 Educating ourselves and our communities is a critical first step. That’s why we’ve created a brand-new quiz to test your knowledge in honor of this important day of awareness. Please, will you take the quiz before World Malaria Day ends at midnight?

How to help your community.

1. Malaria, along with pneumonia and diarrhea, is a leading cause of death of children under 5. Combined, these preventable and treatable diseases kill nearly 5.6 million children under the age of 5 each year.

2. By providing, mosquito nets, medication, and clean water can help protect children from malaria.

3. By training community health workers to provide basic health care and education services, and we empower them to become permanent resources for their communities. We supplement that care with our Save the Children clinics, which offer treatment in more serious cases, as well as vaccinations, prenatal care, and infant care.

4. Save the Children is on the ground in more than 100 countries worldwide providing the resources vulnerable children need to thrive, including all of the above and more!

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We are committed to helping children access everything they need to grow up healthy and safe – including health care, medicine, nutritious food, and clean water. And we’re so grateful to supporters like you for making this important work possible.

Thank you, today and always, for your commitment to creating lifelong change for the children who need it most.

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