Fight the Fever is a grassroots anti-malaria-campaign
We want to spread information about simple, sustainable, local solutions that can save millions of lives and support the self-sufficiency of the African countries impacted by this deadly disease.
Malaria has killed more people than all other diseases and wars on Earth combined and still kills one child every minute in Subsahara Africa.
What if there was an herb that could defeat the malaria parasite and save a thousand lives per day, every day? One you could grow in your backyard, which costs next to nothing, and could be easily available for everybody in need?
Our social impact documentary THE FEVER is a passionate account of three amazing people in Kenya and Uganda. They show us how local solutions like using Artemisia tea against malaria can save millions of lives.
Help us to FIGHT THE FEVER and support Rehema!
This Christmas we want to give health and help Rehema and her team growing 5000 plants for the Masaka region!
+ spread the knowledge about local sustainable solutions against malaria through grassroots organizations and activists
+ help fundraising for translations of THE FEVER into local languages, so we can send cinema trucks with inflatable screens and beamer kits through affected countries to show THE FEVER and distribute Artemisia seeds
+ educate people in the Global North about profit-based health policies causing millions of preventable deaths in Africa
+ mobilize citizens worldwide to put pressure on the WHO to end their ban on Artemisia tea