Welcome to Rotarians Against Malaria – an activity of Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS)

Rotarians Against Malaria is a volunteer-run organisation working to eliminate malaria.

Fifteen years ago, malaria killed a child every 30 seconds. Under the Millennium Development Goals, however, considerable progress has been made in preventing, diagnosing and treating malaria. As a result, deaths have fallen by 60 percent. Now, under the ambitious Sustainable Development Goals, we are aiming to reduce malaria cases and deaths by a further 90 percent by 2030.

Upcoming Keynote Event: 2017 RAM Conference in Sydney, 19-20 August 

Rotarians Against Malaria is an activity of Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) and covers the following countries:

  • Australia
  • Papua New Guinea – RAM PNG is a partner of RAM in Australia
  • Solomon Islands
  • Timor Leste

Follow the links to see details of our programs:

Adopt A Village
Chasing Malaria
Healthy Village
Private Sector
Malaria Awareness Day
RAM PHD Scholarship

 See our Galleries for photos of our in-country programs and promotional activites (Pictured: Virginia Turner, Southern Region Coordinator, at Multi-District PETS in March 2017)

 

We partner with various other malaria elimination initiatives within the Rotary family and beyond. Some of these include:

https://malariavaccineproject.com/ – The world’s first malaria vaccine is being developed at Griffith University on the Gold Coast, supported by Rotary District 9640

https://malaria.rotaract.org.au/ – Rotaractors Against Malaria is the national project of Rotaract in Australia, a network of service clubs for 18-30 year olds

For information about RAWCS, please visit their website by clicking the logo below:

Interested in being a District Representative or District Chair for RAM? See our Guidelines for District Chairs

Past Events

District 9810 (Melbourne) hosted a Malaria Awareness Day Dinner on Friday 28th April, raising money for the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute.

 D9810 MAD Dinner 28th April 2017