Rotarians Against Malaria
Rotarians Against Malaria (RAM) has already raised over $1.2 million towards malaria vaccine research, and over $2M for the distribution of cost-effective malaria interventions with demonstrated high return on our investment in public health. RAM are part of the well-established Rotary Australia World Community Service Ltd. (RAWCS) and we work closely with the Global Fund and regional health authorities to ensure the funds we raise reach the people, and places, most in need.
Finish The Fight
As People of Action, we are committed to raising USD12M towards finishing the fight against malaria in the Western Pacific Rim region. The lives of children, pregnant women, and the elderly are most at risk, and RAM is dedicated to our humanitarian mission of eliminating this risk from the communities in this region.Fight with Us
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Our Story So Far
We are Rotarians who have been fighting malaria in the Western Pacific Rim region with passion and purpose since the 1990s. Our primary focus has been the effective distribution of bed-nets (LLINs), indoor sprays (IRS), and medicines across Papua New Guinea (PNG), the Solomon Islands, Timor Leste and Vanuatu. We’ve proudly contributed to, amongst other programmes, the distribution of 13 million bed-nets across PNG, and championed the ‘Adopt a Village’ initiative tackling malaria village by village.Read More
Working in conjunction with the Ministry of Health authorities in each affected country, RAM compliments, and adds great value to the work of other malaria organisations, most notably the Global Fund. At the global level, as part of the Rotary family, our standards are firmly grounded in Rotary International’s history and tradition of getting funds to where its needed most. A good example is The Rotary Foundation who earned a four star rating for the 11th consecutive year in 2020, from Charity Navigator, an independent charities evaluator in the USA.Fight with Us
We are Rotarians who have been fighting malaria in the Western Pacific Rim with passion and purpose since the 1990s.