This is my final Newsletter greeting as Chair of the Malaria Vaccine Project. While there is a touch of sadness in handing over the baton, there is tremendous joy in what we have been able to achieve with your incredible support and generosity. … More Newsletter Edition December 2022
The Malaria Vaccine Project has now raised over $1,900, 000. You can imagine what a huge effect this has had not only on our research team but on all the hard-working members of our Committee. They all join me in saying a sincere THANK YOU to everyone. You will read how this money is being utilised in several articles on the vaccine development and the malaria researchers. … More Newsletter Edition 15 September 2022
Come and join us at the Racing Day Carnival at The Glasshouse, Gold Coast Turf Club.
Date: Saturday 1st October 2022 11.30 am … More STARTERS ORDERS!
In this issue there are inspiring stories: a follow-up on Colin Welch’s epic kayak journey down the Murray River and Kevin Hales’ story about how foreign coin collection has driven Goolwa Rotary Club’s dedicated funding for the Malaria Vaccine Project. … More Newsletter Edition 14 July 2022
“Challenge 22”. This is a plea to ask all to make a tax deductible donation this year-whatever you can … More Newsletter Edition 13 March 2022
Inspirational man Coin Welch in and out of his first lock at Torrumbarry … More COL’S EPIC JOURNEY!
Approaching 70 years of age Colin wanted a challenge! Why? … More Kayaking for a Cause!
The vaccine isn’t perfect
The level of protection the vaccine provides isn’t ideal. Protection varies with the age of the child when vaccinated, … More World’s first mass malaria vaccine rollout
Freeze Dried Malaria Vaccine could add bite to Global Disease Fight! … More Newsletter Edition 12 December 2021
It is my pleasure to present our second Newsletter for 2021 to all Rotarians, sponsors, donors and supporters of the Malaria Vaccine Project. Both Professor Michael Good and Dr Danielle Stanisic have written articles on the scientific program and I have contributed an update on the Project. The common message coming through these articles is that COVID 19 will have exacerbated the problems associated with malaria control in endemic countries. We need to attack this terrible disease with both prevention and elimination strategies; however, the need for an effective vaccine has never been more pressing. … More Newsletter Edition 10 June 2021