Imagine No Malaria - What to do


Malaria claims a life every 60 seconds. It’s a disease of poverty, which means that society’s most vulnerable members– such as mothers and small children– are affected most. This is a tragedy.

That’s why the people of the United Methodist Church have made it their business to end preventable deaths from malaria. Imagine No Malaria is a holistic health program that combats malaria through prevention, treatment, infrastructure, communication, and education in sub-Saharan Africa.

Bishop Hagiya has challenged Greater Northwest Episcopal Area churches to raise $1 million for Imagine No Malaria by 2016. And we will answer the challenge! You can get help by:

  • attending a district training event (details coming soon!)
  • starting a local fundraising initiative
  • pledging with your church

You can also browse through our news stories and resources to get ideas about how you can get involved. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, contact Julia Frisbie (our Imagine No Malaria Field Coordinator) at inm@greaternw.org. Check back often for updates.