Against Malaria Foundation — General Support (December 2018)

Community members in Dioumba, Senegal with insecticide treated nets. (Photo courtesy of Against Malaria Foundation)

The Open Philanthropy Project recommended a grant of $2,500,000 to the Against Malaria Foundation (AMF) for general operating support, due to its status as a GiveWell top charity. We followed the recommendation of GiveWell staff regarding how to allocate grantmaking between GiveWell top charities.

Read GiveWell’s review of AMF to learn more about the charity’s activities and follow its progress.

Against Malaria Foundation — General Support (December 2017)

Community members await their long-lasting insecticide-treated nets at a distribution point in the Eastern Region of Uganda in 2017. (Photo courtesy of AMF)

The Open Philanthropy Project recommended a grant of $2,500,000 to the Against Malaria Foundation (AMF) for general operating support, due to its status as a GiveWell top charity. We followed the recommendation of GiveWell staff regarding how to allocate grantmaking between GiveWell top charities.

Read GiveWell’s review of AMF to learn more about the charity’s activities and follow its progress.

Against Malaria Foundation — General Support (January 2017)

An infant sleeping under a long-lasting insecticide-treated net from AMF’s July 2016 distribution in Greater Accra. (Photo courtesy of GiveWell)

Published: April 2017

Note: This grant was awarded while the Open Philanthropy Project was a partnership between GiveWell and Good Ventures.

Good Ventures awarded a grant of $15,080,000 to the Against Malaria Foundation (AMF) for general operating support in January 2017, in recognition of its earning a “top charity” ranking from GiveWell in 2016.

GiveWell recommends charities that (1) focus on programs with a strong track record and excellent cost-effectiveness, (2) can use additional funding to expand their core programs and (3) are exceptionally transparent. Our grants to GiveWell-recommended charities are intended to help these outstanding organizations scale their programs and to signal the importance of qualities like cost-effectiveness and transparency to other charities and donors. Read GiveWell’s review of AMF to learn more about the charity’s activities and follow its progress.

Against Malaria Foundation — General Support (January 2016)

A women in Kamonia, DRC poses in front of a newly installed net, folded away for accessibility during the day. (Photo courtesy of AMF)

 

Note: This grant was awarded while the Open Philanthropy Project was a partnership between GiveWell and Good Ventures.


In January 2016, Good Ventures awarded a grant of $22,845,518 to the Against Malaria Foundation (AMF) for general operating support, in recognition of its earning a “top charity” ranking from GiveWell in 2015. See GiveWell’s review of AMF for more about its activities and to follow its progress.

Against Malaria Foundation — General Support (December 2014)

Bednets are distributed to villagers in Ntcheu District, Malawi in early 2012. (Photo courtesy of AMF)

 

Note: This grant was awarded while the Open Philanthropy Project was a partnership between GiveWell and Good Ventures.


Good Ventures awarded a grant of $5,000,000 to the Against Malaria Foundation (AMF) for general operating support in December 2014, in recognition of AMF’s earning a “top charity” ranking from GiveWell in 2014. See GiveWell’s review of AMF for more about its activities and to follow its progress.

Against Malaria Foundation — General Support (December 2012)

 

A mother and child with an insecticide-treated net to protect them against mosquitos that transmit malaria. (Photo courtesy of AMF)

 

Note: This grant was awarded while the Open Philanthropy Project was a partnership between GiveWell and Good Ventures.


Good Ventures awarded a grant of $1,250,000 to the Against Malaria Foundation (AMF) for general operating support in recognition of GiveWell’s No. 1 charity ranking in 2012. We expect this grant to help us learn about the challenges of scaling up a proven program, coordinating with governments and working through an intermediary with multiple implementation partners. See GiveWell’s review of AMF for more about its activities and to follow its progress.