Nets For Life

Fighting against Malaria in Africa


Malaria is a very common disease found in Africa. It is transmitted through the bites of infected mosquitoes. There are four different parasites that cause the disease. The most common one is Plasmodium falciparum.

Malaria Statistics

  • There are an estimated 207 million cases of Malaria each year.
  • Malaria costs an estimated $12 billion in lost productivity on Africa.
  • It is estimated that a child dies every minute of Malaria.

Places In Need of Help

  • 90% of all Malaria deaths occur in sub-Saharan Africa.


Your donations would provide much more than you think. We will use every cent we get to supply the locals with long-lasting insecticide-treated plants. When a net is placed it protects the body while releasing chemicals to repel the infected mosquitoes. The result from this net would be less sickness, fewer deaths, and stronger communities.