The Dutch Malaria Foundation is a charity organisation that develops and tests sustainable and innovative ways to combat malaria. They also make existing knowledge and information about fighting malaria available to stake-holders all over the world. They restrict ourselves to those activities not taken up by others.
An international foundation that acts in an environmentally friendly and sustainable manner with respect for man and nature by means of projects, information, education, advice, research, and entrepreneurial initiatives.
The Dutch Malaria Foundation envisions a world without malaria. They want to accomplish this through implementing integrated and accepted malaria control interventions in combination with innovative applied research, education and information. They value the protection of people against disease. But even more essential in the fight against malaria is the elimination of its transmission source: the mosquito.
Through modern technology, knowledge and experience it is possible to combat malaria. Malaria has been eliminated in Europe, the USA and other developed parts of the world. Africa and Asia are hit hardest by malaria. Every year more than 1 million people die because of malaria. The Dutch Malaria Foundation aims to control malaria worldwide in order to structurally improve health, reduce poverty and stimulate economic development.