DISCOVER THE WORLD MOSQUITO DAY TOOLKIT
- Use the new Muundo Face Filter on Instagram and Facebook
- Take part in the #WorldMosquitoChat on Twitter to discover the latest innovations to beat vector-borne diseases
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JOIN THE #MOSQUITOCHAT ON TWITTER
The world’s top scientists, researchers, and epidemiologists fighting malaria and other vector-borne diseases are coming together to help bring to life some of the cutting-edge research that is taking place across the world.
You can join the conversation on Twitter throughout the day to find out how people across the globe are making incredible breakthroughs in recent years to eliminate some of the world’s oldest and deadliest diseases. Join the chat with #MosquitoChat
SUGGESTED SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS FOR WORLD MOSQUITO DAY
Share the message and join the conversation this World Mosquito Day (20 August) by using these suggested posts alongside our downloadable resources.
On #WorldMosquitoDay 🦟 we’re celebrating the innovations and tools we have to #EndMalaria within a generation – so we can all live a life free from this treatable and preventable disease. We owe it to future generations to beat it in our lifetime. Our leaders can and must act! ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽
The world has taken incredible steps towards beating malaria 🦟🌍 Globally we have saved 7.6m lives and 1.5bn cases since 2000 🙌🏿🙌🏾🙌🏻. On #WorldMosquitoDay let’s #DrawTheLine against malaria so we can end this deadly disease within a generation, to make sure no one is left behind.
It's one of humankind’s oldest and deadliest enemies, it’s unfair that even today it kills a child every 2 minutes. But, malaria, we’re too strong for you 💪🏿💪🏾💪🏽💪🏼 On #WorldMosquitoDay 🦟 we’re asking for investment and innovation to make sure everyone can live malaria-free lives.
This deadly disease has been stealing our futures for way too long. This #WorldMosquitoDay we’re uniting to #DrawTheLine against malaria to call on our world leaders to take action and prioritize beating it within our lifetime. Malaria, we don’t like you! 🚫 🦟