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FIGHTING
MALARIA PUTTING
CHILDREN FIRST.

In Malawi, over 7,300 lives (5,800 children) are lost each year to malaria-borne diseases.
Global Fund

"Every child has a dream. At Ethan’s Voice Foundation we envision a child attaining their potential life, where every child has the right to life, a family life, health and education, play and recreation, along with the right to survive and develop."

| At Ethan’s Voice Foundation (EVF) we take great pride in supporting children to reach their life’s full physical and mental potential through organized educational, health and social centered activities and programs.

We have programs ranging from school surveys, malaria education (behaviour change) and community outreach sessions. In addition, Ethan’s Voice Foundation as an organization strives to bridge the gap for families living in malaria hotspots to have access to FREE treated mosquito nets which still provide the most efficient way of protecting children and their families from malaria.

We invite you to find out more here about what we do and get involved with us today and be a part of a generation that is making a difference.

To mobilize and manage the resources required in order to contribute towards achieving malaria prevention, control, and eradication in low-resourced communities.

To greatly improve awareness on children's holistic health, and to improve malaria prevention and encourage early medical treatment seeking behaviours.

We invite you to join in with us on this journey as we positively change lives while ending malaria for good in our time!

From corporate partnerships, individual fundraisers to volunteering in our community projects. Find out how you can get involved and do your part to make a lasting change.

As a non-profit organisation, we cannot do it alone without sponsorship and public funding. 

With your support, we are empowered to execute our programs and activities along with mobilizing partnerships needed to end malaria in our local communities for good. Find out here how you too can make a small donation that makes the biggest difference. 

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