Community engagement

The fight against malaria

Malaria is preventable, treatable and curable. We support a wide range of prevention, treatment, research and advocacy programs to end deaths from malaria.

ExxonMobil Malaria Initiative

Joining an international effort

Thanks to significant local and global efforts, great progress has been made in reducing the burden of malaria in the last 20 years. But more work remains. As a major employer and investor in many malaria-endemic countries, ExxonMobil has witnessed the devastation of malaria firsthand. That’s why we are part of an international effort to prevent, treat and cure this deadly disease.

More than

400,000

people each year die from malaria, most of them children under 5

125M

people have been reached through ExxonMobil programs — with more than $170 million committed in grants between 2000 and 2019

All articles about malaria prevention

World Malaria Day 2021: Celebrating 20 years of partnerships and progress Thanks to the dedication and hard work of the global health community, the world has made significant advancements in the fight against malaria over the last two decades.

Malaria Energy Factor April 26, 2021

Three experts on 20 years of fighting malaria As part of our series celebrating 20 years of ExxonMobil’s malaria program, we’re highlighting some accomplishments in research and innovation.

Malaria Energy Factor April 13, 2021

An integrated effort to combat malaria Twenty years ago, ExxonMobil joined the global fight against malaria.

Malaria Energy Factor Feb. 10, 2021

20 years of combating malaria This year marks the 20th anniversary of the ExxonMobil Malaria Initiative – a program that has contributed to meaningful advances in fighting the disease. What began as an effort to protect workers and local communities in Chad and Cameroon has evolved into a global initiative.

Malaria Energy Factor Dec. 22, 2020

Our partners are dedicated to reducing malaria's threat Malaria is preventable, treatable and curable. Thanks to better awareness, prevention and treatment tools, malaria mortality rates have dropped by 60 percent worldwide since 2000.

Malaria Article April 29, 2020