ONE GAME, A WIN FOR ALL. SCORE AGAINST MALARIA
Every 40 seconds a child dies from malaria - a preventable and treatable disease, which continues to take lives and threaten livelihoods across large swathes of Africa.
While preparing to score a goal for their countries in the World Cup, African footballers have also been passing on life-saving messages to their compatriots and showing the winning moves to beat malaria through billboards, posters, TV announcements, radio spots, interviews and public events.
Under the banner of the "United Against Malaria" campaign, African governments, football celebrities and associations, international non-governmental organizations, foundations, corporations and individuals are harnessing the power of football to make a lasting difference in the lives of millions.
In the run-up to the World Cup, powerful football partnerships against malaria have developed in countries across the African continent.
Educational materials: posters, leaflets, banners, billboards