Plant the seed. Fight the fever.
Organization for the support of local strategies against Malaria
Every minute, a child in sub-Saharan Africa dies from malaria.
What if there was an herb that could defeat the malaria parasite and save a thousand lives per day, every day?
Fight The Fever is supporting people, who heal and protect themselves from malaria in a self determined way and works towards abolishing unjust power structures in the public health system.
(AUT) NEXT OPPORTUNITY TO GET TO KNOW US IN PERSON:
Visit our booth at the Südwind street festival! We will bring info material, merch, our brightest smiles and of course lots of Artemisia.
local, sustainable, affordable strategies against malaria
the seeds and grow Artemisia
about neocolonial structures in science and public health
and spread indigenous knowledge
the effects of the campaign
Help us to spread the message and the Artemisia plants.
In order to let the plant and the movement grow, conduct studies on the efficacy of Artemisia afra, organize screenings and workshops, carry out a film project and pass on knowledge about indigenous healing methods and traditional knowledge, our partners in East Africa and we are dependent on donations.
Aside from financial contributions you can also support the cause with your time and know how. You can become a Fever Fighter here.
During the seven years of research starting in 2012 and resulting in the documentary “THE FEVER”, it became blatantly clear, that the only sustainable strategies against malaria are local strategies based on indigenous knowledge.
In 2019 “THE FEVER” finally had its world premiere and caused a lot of public discourse about neocolonial patterns and public health. We realized it was a project we had to continue.
“Fight The Fever” was officially established on February 27th 2020 as an organization to support local strategies against malaria.
Meet our Team
Fight The Fever is a group of people with diverse interests and expertises from all over the world. Together we want to speak up for the preservation and use of indigenious medical knowledge and for self determined healthcare, independent from profit interests of the Global North.