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Religious bodies have boosted efforts to provide families fleeing famine and drought in the Horn of Africa with vitally needed anti-malaria provisions.
Churches in the USA have collaborated in the production of a major NBC television documentary ahead of World Malaria Day on 25 April 2011.
Africa is facing climate change that will kill more people than traditional causes such as malaria and HIV, says a Ugandan environmental expert.
The 'Faiths Act' Fellows programme is organising an event to inform people about malaria and inspire them to action against a disease that kills nearly nearly one million people a year.
A United Nations’ chief policy officer has told a United Church of Christ organisation that the way malaria has been tackled may model responses to the global economic crisis.
Diseases such as malaria, polio and measles, which would be quickly and effectively treated in developed countries, often become fatal.
If you are looking for an unusual gift to give, but something that is also going to do some good, then why not give a toilet through Christian Aid's Present Aid scheme? Visit Christian Aid's Present Aid site here
World Vision has launched its Alternative Gifts’ Christmas catalogue, encouraging the UK public to buy Alternative Gifts this Christmas and help make a life-changing difference to families and communities living with poverty around the world.
Forget the tiger, snake or shark, the mosquito is the most dangerous animal in the world, responsible for more human deaths than any other. Click here to find Oxfam charity gifts on the Oxfam website
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