The Moskies is a novel form of crowd-funding in the context of the fight against malaria, developed by the company DARGIL.
Funds raised by the downloads of mobile paid applications support direct and concrete actions against malaria on the field. In return, the participant gets a fun and educative game.
The first funded actions will be the buying and distribution of malaria prevention kits as part of the project "A Roof and Health for All" in Haiti driven by the Non-profit organisation Santé En Entreprise. This project already achieved the construction of the 20 first eco-designed houses (please visit the page Facebook of the project for more details).
The financial effort to support the project is very low, less than a Euro .<
The more people download The Moskies, the more actions can be performed in the field. So do not hesitate to share with your friends and family and encourage them to participate
In return of your financial support, get a funny little game where you can let the steam off and take your vengeance of these annoying mosquitos.
Test your knowledge on mosquitos and malaria trought of quiz of 50 questions created in collaboration with Roll Back Malaria
For less than one euro, download the game The Moskies on your iPhone, iPad or Android smartphone. Have fun and test your knowledge
In the meantime, part of the paid money is collected and assigned to the buying and distribution of prevention kits (image below) against malaria which is one the first causes of death among pregnant women and children below the age of 5
The success of the operation directly depends on the number of participants.
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Breaking this objective will offer us the possibility to purchase more kits and to fund other projects that fight against malaria.
The following companies and organisations trusted us and are helping us in promoting The Moskies.
If you also want to be part of this original initiative, do not hesitate to contact us
SANTE EN ENTREPRISE (SEE) is a Parisian non-profit making company ( French law of 1901). As an operational business platform, the aim of SEE is to promote and to set up on the ground programs to fight against HIV/AIDS, malaria and other chronic diseases. SEE operates in France, Africa and in the Caribbean and develops programmes both for collaborators and their families as well as local communities.
The RBM Partnership is the global framework to implement coordinated action against malaria. It mobilizes for action and resources and forges consensus among partners. The Partnership is comprised of more than 500 partners, including malaria endemic countries, their bilateral and multilateral development partners, the private sector, nongovernmental and community-based organizations, foundations, and research and academic institutions.