Our Chosen Beneficiary Against Malaria Foundation

The Against Malaria Foundation (AMF) — registered UK charity 1105319 — distribute long-lasting anti-mosquito nets to reduce child mortality and prevent cases of malaria.

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They've distributed over 256 million nets so far β€” saving an estimated 100,000 lives and preventing many millions from contracting a debilitating disease.

Read more about the Against Malaria Foundation's work on their website

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  Malaria: Deadly Facts

» 200 million contract it annually
» 400,000 die each year
» #1 killer of pregnant women worldwide
» 70% of deaths are children under 5

  Our Contributions

With your printer cartridges, we've been able to donate the equivalent of

over 127,000 anti-malaria nets!

These have been distributed in Togo, Papua New Guinea, Uganda, Zambia, Ghana, Malawi & Congo.

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  Why Anti-Malaria Nets?

A net is the most effective means of preventing malaria, and produced and distributed at the cost of approximately $2 USD per net.

So, just a single in-demand empty cartridge could purchase 1 anti-mosquito net, and an unused cartridge in good condition could buy more than 10!

  Why This Charity?

100% of the value of donations that the AMF receives goes toward buying and distributing these nets, as operating costs are kept to a bare minimum and covered by corporate sponsors.

On top of that, the AMF are one of the world's most effective charities β€” making a greater measured impact on health and lives saved than almost all other charities on a per-dollar basis.

The Life You Can Save β€” who assess how you can most effectively save lives with your donations β€” have rated them in their 4 best charities for 9 years in a row. GiveWell have done the same.

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  Spring 2024 Totals

  2,718 mosquito nets donated

  725 cartridges reused

  3,625kg of CO2 saved

  Lifetime Totals

  127,604 mosquito nets donated

  over 100,000 cartridges reused

  over 250 tonnes of CO2 saved