Malaria No More
Malaria No More

Malaria No More

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More than just fashion. Let's make malaria no more.

Jack Wills and Malaria No More UK are proud partners in the fight to end malaria deaths in Africa. Malaria No More inspires public support and political action to save lives from malaria. The charity focuses on Africa, where 1,800 lives are lost every day, mainly young children.

THE DISEASE

This preventable and curable disease currently claims the life of one child every minute. Malaria is one of the greatest causes of poverty, but one of the cheapest to end: it costs less than the price of a coffee to treat a child and save their life. In the last decade malaria deaths have been reduced by 1/3. We can make malaria no more in our lifetime.

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“Malaria is one of the greatest causes of poverty, but one of the cheapest to end: it costs less than the price of a cup of coffee to treat a child and save their life.”
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Fighting Malaria

Britain is championing the fight against Malaria, helping maintain the global investment needed to keep up the incredible progress. Life savers like mosquito nets, diagnostic tests and treatment will help us to make sure that within our lifetime no parent need lose their child to this disease. With the purchase of one of these collaboration products you are helping Jack Wills raise funds to save lives.

Since November 2011 Jack Wills has raised over £145,000 for Malaria No More UK - this is your chance to help us reach our fundraising target of £1 million.

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For more information, visit the Malaria No More website.


Clothing

Handmade in Africa by the non-profit social enterprise Relate, these exclusive bracelets bring employment to the local townships in which they are made. Each piece is threaded with either multi-coloured or the Jack Wills signature pink and blue beads, with the Mr Wills charm and a pewter 'R' bead - a mark of Relate's authenticity and ethical business practice - interwoven into the design. 100% of profits from this bracelet go to Malaria No More.

MALARIA NO MORE BRACELET

Kikoys are exclusive to the East African coast, in particular Kenya, where this traditionally rectangular-shaped garment is woven with the finest cotton grown in the region. Our exclusive wrap has been dyed with the official Jack Wills pink and navy colours, made from exclusively East African cotton and hand-finished by local women. $5 from each wrap sold goes to Malaria No More

SANDHILL WRAP