Models Against Malaria

ModelsVillage Foundation aims to promote proactive research, advocacy and support services across Africa- with range of subjects in relation to the development and implementation of national health policies, Anti malaria & advocacy projects and empowerment programmes for youth, women and children.

Our Vision

To create a healthy Africa with empowered youths eager to contribute towards creating a socially equitable society.

Mission

To design, advocate and implement innovative programs for positive reforms on health, education and social well-being for youths, women and children in nigeria and sub –saharan Africa.

Objectives

To promote hygiene ethics in rural communities. To foster frequent public campaigns to eradicate malaria infections among pregnant women and children. To hold community workshops in rural areas, slums as well as other strata of the society.

To educate the people on the issues of internal and external hygiene in order to gain and retain a complete health

To provide Socio-economic empowerment opportunities through vocational skills, entrepreneurship development, poverty alleviation and employment creation.

To promote accelerated educational participation and protection of orphans and other vulnerable children (OVC) focusing on the girl child, disabled and self-reliance for children affected by conflicts.

Strengthening capacity building organisations which support the youth health sector by providing access to information and resources, conducting research and providing training.

Serving as an informed and independent voice in youth Health policy debates.

To promote good governance and infrastructural development through community empowerment, education, health care services and provision of potable water and sanitation

Projects

MODELS AGAINST MALARIA (MAM) is a campaign initiative designed by Models Village Foundation with the singular aim of reducing malaria deaths in Africa . MAM is built around professional models as major advocacy tool for engaging public figures and celebrities around the world to draw stronger attention to malaria , while delivering life-saving health supplies and empowerment packages to families in rural communities across Africa.