Impact: Changed lives, measured in numbers

Posted on March 20, 2014 by Jessica Nipp Hacker
Jessica Nipp Hacker

​Through the wonderful generosity of ELCA members, we have been able to support the new malaria programs of our Lutehran partners in 13 countries in Africa.  On this blog, we have shared dozens of stories about people whose lives have been changed by Lutheran malaria programs in their communities. Now it’s time for some numbers!

Since the ELCA Malaria Campaign began:

  • 9,227 church leaders, program staff, health workers, community leaders and volunteers trained in malaria prevention and control
  • 1,912,445 people reached through malaria programming
  • 8,108 workshop or educational sessions held
  • 22,056 nets distributed
  • 60,788 educational pamphlets distributed
  • 80 bicycles and bicycle ambulances distributed to community volunteers
  • 100,304 people tested for malaria
  • 19,336 people treated for malaria
  • 32,179 pregnant women received pre-natal malaria care
  • 4,429 people participated in community-based savings and self-help groups
  • $107,311 in US dollars mobilized through community-based savings and self-help groups
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