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People protected 415,102,171

2021 Round up and update - Thank you for your support!

As 2021 draws to a close we would like to thank all who have supported and worked with AMF this year as without donors, distribution partners, volunteers and pro bono supporters we would not be able to do what we do in contributing to the fight against malaria. Thank you!

It has been an extraordinary and difficult year for so many as we have all had to deal with the impact of COVID, giving us another reminder of how the world is so interconnected and we need to look out for each other.

Distributions update

In the last 12 months we have completed the distribution of 36.3 million nets to protect 65.3 million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Togo and Uganda.

In the next four months we will complete the distribution of 20.6 million nets to protect 37.1 million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Guinea and Nigeria.

For 2022 and 2023, we have allocated and committed funding for 82.3 million nets that will protect a further 148 million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria and one other country (to be announced shortly when the agreement is signed).

This is all thanks to you and the generosity and caring you have shown for people who live many thousands of miles away from you.

We work with many distribution partners and other independent monitoring partners, all of whom have done a wonderful job of adapting processes to ensure that net distributions are maintained throughout the pandemic.

In addition, we are carrying out, with other partners, post-distribution monitoring activities to assess net presence, use and condition, in all the countries in which we have previously distributed nets.

Future distributions

There remains a huge need for nets. The gap for the next two years runs into tens of millions of nets. AMF is in discussion with a number of countries requiring millions of nets each for the period 2022 and 2023. We publish AMF's immediate funding gap which is kept up to date in real-time as funds are received and opportunities added. For the 2024 to 2026 period, for which commitments will be sought from AMF starting in 2022, planning has started and the funding gap looks very large. COVID has not helped this.

740,000th donation and over US$425 million raised so far!

We are thrilled to have passed these totals, with most donations ranging from a few $, £, €, CAN$, NZ$, AUS$, bitcoin and more - to many thousands.

We are so grateful for your support. Thank you!

Tax-Deductibility

We now have tax-deductible status in a dozen countries. Recently added has been Switzerland with the establishing of Against Malaria (Schweiz). We continue to assess the need for tax-deductibility status in other countries, some of which are in the application stage.

AMF top ranked!

AMF has again been top-ranked by the two leading organisations 'dedicated to finding outstanding giving opportunities'.

GiveWell has ranked AMF a top charity, for the thirteenth year running. AMF is the only organisation to have been ranked every year in this way. GiveWell has been a terrific supporter of our work and we thank their team for their continuous and thorough assessment of our work and the improvements to what we do that have resulted from their reviews and suggestions.
The Life You Can Save has AMF as a top-ranked charity for the tenth year in a row. TLYCS and their team has equally been a stalwart supporter and their work and recommendations have led to tens of thousands of lives being saved.

A suggestion for the Christmas/Holiday season!

Donate nets instead of gifts.

We send the recipient/s an email (on a date you choose e.g. 25th Dec) with your personal message and a link to their 'gift page', allowing them to follow the progress of their nets.

May we wish you a very happy and healthy 2022!

The AMF Team - Rob, Andrew, Peter, Julian, Jenny, Shaun, Aisling, Sylvie and Jonas