Big Thank You to Rideau Public School 2012 Graduating Class for the wonderful donation. Thank you for thinking of the kids in Uganda; more can now go to school free of malaria because of your kindness! Have a great summer!
Once again, B’nai Brith sponsors World Malaria Day. World Malaria Day, April 25th, is celebrated globally each year. Kingston, Ontario is the first city in Canada to recognize World Malaria Day. The theme for World Malaria Day 2012, “SUSTAIN GAINS: SAVE LIVES: INVEST IN MALARIA”, acknowledges the advances made in malaria prevention and control, and reminds the world community that sustaining malaria control efforts
RUMBLE Energy, specializing in client-based renewable energy product development, has made a significant contribution to Africa’s most precious resource: women and children. Thank you for your generous donation, RUMBLE! You have helped to secure the future of Africa.
Departing February 9th, 2012, volunteers from across Canada will travel to Uganda for an experience that will change their lives, and positively impact the lives of Ugandans. Canadian citizens, ranging from ages 16 to 68, with a varied set of skills, and a common passion and determination to make a difference, will participate in the malaria prevention and control program offered through Buy-a-Net Canada
Registered Nurse, Ann Murray, is using her network to help end malaria and poverty. As a nurse union leader, she has taken the message to Ontario Nurses Unions. As a member of the Catholic Women’s League, she is taking the message to end malaria and poverty to other league members. Ann is a model of caring and compassion in action. She is a strong
Robert who is 11 years old, donated birthday money to help kids in Kawempe fight against malaria. Thank you for caring and sharing Robert. Your kindness will give a bed net and hope to kids in Africa.
Charlotte Bonella, RN in Alberta and Beverly Simms, RN in Newfoundland have raised nearly $15,000 for nets and malarial medicines in Kawempe. We are extremely grateful for your help. Buy-a-Net was founded by a nurse, is endorsed by the Cdn Nurses Association and the Cdn Fed of Nurses Unions, and is supported by nurses. Together we work with our Ugandan nursing colleagues to help
Buy-a-Net is very pleased to participate in UNA’s 34th Annual General Meeting, October 25th-27th, at the Northlands Expo Centre in Edmonton, Alberta. The United Nurses of Alberta represents more than 25,000 RNs, RPNs and allied health professionals. Led by Regional Ambassador, Charlotte Bonella, RN, Buy-a-Net will share its poverty reduction and disease prevention program in Uganda with the more than 800 delegates from across
Buy-a-Net was very pleased to participate in the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board Community Faith Day, October 24th, in Belleville, ON. Approximately 1800 staff were in attendance, and representatives of Buy-a-Net were very happy to share current projects with interested participants. With the message, “malaria causes poverty, and poverty causes malaria” the powerful impact of the “Beading Up Malaria” initiative on poverty
The world malaria community is holding its breath in the wake of news that scientists are that much closer to the development of an effective vaccine against malaria. target>”_blank”http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2011/oct/18/malaria-vaccine-save-millions-children?newsfeed=true/