Bill Gates has called malaria "the worst thing on the planet." It's easy to see why. Malaria is the world’s oldest, deadliest disease. It has killed more people than any other single cause in human history. Despite historic progress, malaria continues to kill 627,000 people per year (mostly children under the age of five and pregnant women) and sicken 241 million people annually. But, the tools and solutions to end malaria exist. Join Respada, The Global Fund, Malaria No More, Global Citizen and other distinguished guests for a private discussion on September 13 focused on how we can innovate and co-invest with philanthropists and the private sector to end malaria.
Dr. Neil Buddy Shah
CEO, Clinton Health Access Initiative
Head of Impact Investing at Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
CEO, Malaria No More
Chief Policy, Advocacy & Impact Officer, Global Citizen
Head of Advocacy, Planning and Development, The Churches Health Association of Zambia (CHAZ)