WHY WE EXIST
We are the Kenya Malaria Youth Army. We’re uniting to reach zero malaria within a generation.
By coming together we can show the power we all have to end this deadly disease that is still killing a child every minute.
We are engaging communities and our leaders, civil society and the private sector with our mission to reach zero malaria.
We’re making sure our voices are heard, by collectively drawing a line against malaria we are delivering a message of strength from youth across Kenya.
If we’re to beat malaria we must stand up now, to put zero malaria on the agenda, to strengthen our health systems and to demand universal health coverage. Join us today.
On taking on the Chair of African Leaders Malaria Alliance (ALMA), His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta set his agenda outlining priority areas that included the creation of Youth Armies across Africa to build a grassroots movement to fight malaria, improve maternal and child health, and improve access to universal healthcare.
ALMA is a ground-breaking coalition of African Union Heads of State and Government working across 55 African countries with various partners including Regional Economic Communities and development partners to eliminate malaria by 2030.
JOIN THE KENYA MALARIA YOUTH ARMY
We are looking for young people that share our vision of a zero malaria Kenya.
By joining you will have the power to help end malaria, so we can be the generation to end malaria. Fill out the form below and the team will get back to you.
This is a voluntary position and is open to all young people in Kenya.
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To advocate for policies and resource mobilization to end malaria in Kenya;
COMMUNICATION FOR CHANGE
To support and provide the resources for awareness-raising and community-based activities, as well as sharing key messages that help us drive action to achieve zero malaria;
To support grassroots level malaria prevention and control efforts to drive policy implementation
To drive innovation and grow the use of known and proven tools that save lives by preventing, diagnosing or treating malaria.