What does Against Malaria Foundation do?
AMF works to prevent malaria in low-income countries, stating: “We fund anti-malaria nets, specifically long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs), and work with distribution partners to ensure they are used. We track and report on net use and impact.” AMF’s three guiding principles are efficiency, transparency, and demonstrating impact.
For more information on how AMF operates, see its operations overview, as well as a detailed breakdown of its process.
Why is the Against Malaria Foundation one of our top-rated charities?
AMF meets our criteria to be top-rated because one of our trusted evaluators, GiveWell, has conducted an extensive evaluation highlighting its cost-effectiveness. It found:
- "Focus on a program with excellent evidence of effectiveness and cost-effectiveness."
- "Processes for ensuring that nets reach their intended recipients and monitoring whether they remain in homes and in good condition over the long-term."
- "Room for more funding – we believe AMF will be able to use additional funds to deliver additional nets."
- "Transparency – AMF shares significant information about its work with us and we are able to closely follow and understand its work."
Where can I learn more about Against Malaria Foundation?
To learn more about the Against Malaria Foundation, we recommend reading GiveWell’s detailed report. You can also check our page on improving human wellbeing.
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