Supporting Efforts Raising Funds for the Against Malaria Foundation
RALPH WEIR'S CHARITY TREK FOR THE AGAINST MALARIA FOUNDATION
On 12th August Oxford Graduate and Blue Ralph Weir commenced a solo 170 mile trek down the Outer Hebrides. Armed only with a 60 pound back pack, his aim was to complete the rugged walk in 8 days, raising both money for and awareness of the Against Malaria Foundation.
Every year 400 million people will contract one or other forms of Malaria. Over half a million will die. Children under 5 years of age are particularly susceptible. This mosquito-borne disease is preventable, and, if caught early enough, curable.
The Against Malaria Foundation, supported by Bill Gates, supports the erradication of malaria in a number of ways but particularly through the distribution of long lasting, insecticide treated mosquito nets. It is estimated that for every 50 nets distributed, one child will not die.
Please help us, and Ralph, raise funds for this essential, life-saving foundation.
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