Join Tony Blair on twitter for live chat about Malaria
With World Malaria Day less than two weeks away, Tony Blair will be taking part in a live Twitter conversation this Wednesday to discuss the historic global campaign to end deaths from malaria.
This is your chance to let Mr. Blair know what you're doing for World Malaria Day as well as submit your questions on malaria, how faith communities can take action and why he sees this as an opportunity to promote respect and understanding between people of different religions. He'll be responding LIVE on Twitter to your questions.
In the last year, progress has been made. Governments, NGOs and faith communities working together have helped reduce deaths from malaria from one every 30 seconds to one every 45 seconds.
But any deaths from this entirely preventable disease are too many.
So this year, we hope World Malaria Day will make an even bigger impact. The Faiths Act World Malaria Day campaign has already sent out 1000s of Faiths Act Ribbons around the world, from Ethiopia to Singapore. These ribbons can help us save lives as Sumitomo Chemical will donate an Olyset bed net to Malaria No More UK for every 10 people pictured wearing a ribbon!
There is a lot to talk about this Wednesday, and Tony Blair is looking forward to hearing from you on Twitter.