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.

Article June 21, 2021

Our partners are dedicated to reducing malaria's threat

Through our work in Africa and the Pacific Rim, ExxonMobil has seen first-hand the devastating toll malaria takes on individuals, families and economies. Our own workplace malaria control program has made significant progress. We have averted more than 2,000 cases of malaria since 2000, and no ExxonMobil employee has died of malaria since 2007.

Beyond our workplace initiatives, ExxonMobil invests in a range of programs that address critical challenges in the fight against malaria. Our partners are dedicated to reducing malaria’s threat.

ADPP Angola

ADPP Angola's malaria project organizes 4,000 schoolchildren into Malaria Control Patrols to teach malaria prevention. ExxonMobil's partnership with ADPP supports a consortium for malaria prevention in local communities.

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PanAfricare trains community health volunteers working with primarily rural households on the prevention and treatment of malaria.Together, we work to distribute live-saving treatments and messages to people in Angola, and in conjunction with the National Basketball Association, on the innovative Power Forward Program in Nigeria.

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Grassroot Soccer (GRS)

GRS uses the convening power of soccer to increase awareness of malaria and HIV/AIDS among young people across Africa. In partnership with ExxonMobil, GRS delivers a malaria prevention and sports curriculum in Equatorial Guinea, Mozambique, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea and South Africa.

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Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

ExxonMobil's partners at Harvard advance scientific knowledge around malaria eradication. Grants support Dr. Regina Rabinovich as the ExxonMobil Malaria Scholar in Residence.

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In partnership with ExxonMobil, Jhpiego implements a community-based program that helps health workers prevent malaria in pregnant women.

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Special Olympics

In partnership with ExxonMobil and Grassroot Soccer, Special Olympics provides an interactive health education program to improve access to malaria prevention and other health services for individuals with intellectual disabilities in Nigeria.

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