Malaria Consortium

As of March 2022,Malaria Consortium's SMC program has been a GiveWell top-rated charity since 2016,[1] and its cost-effectiveness is estimated to be in the same range as GiveWell's other priority programs.[2] GiveWell estimates that SMC can protect a child from malaria at a cost of about $7, and that a donation to this program has an average cost-effectiveness of $4,500 per life saved.[1][2][3][4] (The cost of protecting a child from malaria is much lower than the cost of saving a life because a small fraction of people who receive protection would otherwise have died of malaria, and because of other factors.)[4]5]

As of May 2022, Malaria Consortium's SMC programConsortium has been a GiveWell top-rated charity since 2016,received over $172 million in funding from Open Philanthropy,[5]6] and its cost-effectiveness is estimated to be in the same range as GiveWell's other priority programs.[1] Malaria Consortium is also featured in The Life You Can Save's list of "best charities".[6]7]

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    Sanchez, Sebastian et al. (2021) Timeline of Malaria Consortium, Timelines Wiki.

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    GiveWell (2021) Malaria Consortium – Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention, GiveWell, November.

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    GiveWell (2021) Our top charities, GiveWell, November.

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    GiveWell (2021) How we produce impact estimates, GiveWell, November.

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    Sanchez, Sebastian et al. (2021)Open Philanthropy (2022) Timeline of Malaria ConsortiumGrants database, Timelines WikiOpen Philanthropy.

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    The Life You Can Save (2021) Best charities, The Life You Can Save.

As of December 2021,March 2022, GiveWell estimates that AMFSMC can protect a child from malaria at a cost of about $5,$7, and that a donation to AMFthis program has an average cost-effectiveness of $4,500 per life saved.[1][2][3] (The cost of protecting a child from malaria is much lower than the cost of saving a life because a small fraction of people who receive protection would otherwise have died of malaria, and because of other factors.)[4]

Crispin, Natalie, Teryn Maddox & Tom Adamczewski (2020)Sanchez, Sebastian et al. (2021) A conversation with Dr. James Tibenderana, Helen Counihan, Maddy Marasciulo and Dr. Arantxa Roca, May 11, 2020Timeline of Malaria Consortium, GiveWellTimelines Wiki, May 11..

As of December 2021, GiveWell estimates that AMF can protect a child from malaria at a cost of about $5, and that a donation to AMF has an average cost-effectiveness of $4,500 per life saved (GiveWell 2021a; GiveWell 2021b; GiveWell 2021c). (Thesaved.[1][2][3] (The cost of protecting a child from malaria is much lower than the cost of saving a life because a small fraction of people who receive protection would otherwise have died of malaria, and because of other factors (GiveWell 2020d).factors.)[4]

Malaria Consortium's SMC program has been a GiveWell top-rated charity since 2016 (Sanchez et al 2021),2016,[5] and its cost-effectiveness is estimated to be in the same range as GiveWell's other priority programs (GiveWell 2021a).programs.[1] Malaria Consortium is also featured in The Life You Can Save's list of "best charities" (The Life You Can Save 2021).[6]

BibliographyFurther reading

External links

Malaria Consortium. Official website.

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    GiveWell (2021a)(2021) Malaria Consortium – Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention, GiveWell, November.

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    GiveWell (2021b)(2021) Our top charities, GiveWell, November.

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    GiveWell (2021c)(2021) 2021 GiveWell cost-effectiveness analysis — version 3, GiveWell, July 6.

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    GiveWell (2021d)(2021) How we produce impact estimates, GiveWell, November.

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    Sanchez, Sebastian et al. (2021) Timeline of Malaria Consortium, Timelines Wiki.

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    The Life You Can Save (2021) Best charities, The Life You Can Save.

    External links

    Malaria Consortium. Official website.

Evaluation

As of JuneDecember 2021, GiveWell estimates that SMCAMF can protect a child from malaria at a cost of about $7,$5, and that a donation in the rangeto AMF has an average cost-effectiveness of $3000–$5000 is expected to save a$4,500 per life saved (GiveWell 2020a;2021a; GiveWell 2020b;2021b; GiveWell 2021)2021c). (The cost of protecting a child from malaria is much lower than the cost of saving a life because a small fraction of people who receive protection would otherwise have died of malaria, and because of other factors (GiveWell 2020c)2020d).)

Evaluation

Malaria Consortium's SMC program has been a GiveWell top-rated charity since 2016 (Sanchez et al 2021), and its cost-effectiveness is estimated to be in the same range as GiveWell's other priority programs (GiveWell 2020a)2021a). Malaria Consortium is also featured in The Life You Can Save's list of "best charities" (The Life You Can Save 2021).

GiveWell (2020a)(2021a) Malaria Consortium – Seasonal malaria chemopreventionMalaria Chemoprevention, GiveWell, November.

GiveWell (2020b)(2021b) Our top charities, GiveWell, November.

GiveWell (2020c) Sources for Top Charities page, GiveWell, November (updated April 2021).

GiveWell (2021)(2021c) 2021 GiveWell cost-effectiveness analysis — version 13, GiveWell, May 5.July 6.

GiveWell (2021d) How we produce impact estimates, GiveWell, November.

External links

Malaria Consortium. Official website.

Its seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) program—one among many programs carried out by this organization—distributes preventive anti-malarial drugs to children under five to reduce incidence during the high transmission season. As of June 2021, GiveWell estimates that SMC can protect a child from malaria at a cost of about $7, and that a donation in the range of $3000–$5000 is expected to save a life (GiveWell 2020a; GiveWell 2020b; GiveWell 2021). (The cost of protecting a child from malaria is much higherlower than the cost of saving a life because a small fraction of people who receive protection would otherwise have died of malaria, and because of other factors (GiveWell 2020c).)

GiveWell (2020c) 'SourcesSources for Top Charities page'page, GiveWell, November (updated April 2021).

Its seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) program—one among many programs carried out by this organization—distributes preventive anti-malarial drugs to children under five to reduce incidence during the high transmission season. As of June 2021, GiveWell estimates that it costs $6.59SMC can protect a child from malaria at a cost of about $7, and that a donation in the range of $3000–$5000 is expected to achievesave a life (GiveWell 2020a; GiveWell 2020b; GiveWell 2021). (The cost of protecting a child from malaria is much higher than the equivalentcost of four person-monthssaving a life because a small fraction of SMC coveragepeople who receive protection would otherwise have died of malaria, and because of other factors (GiveWell 2020)2020c).)

Malaria Consortium's SMC program has been a GiveWell top-rated charity since 2016 (Sanchez et al 2021), and its cost-effectiveness is estimated to be in the same range as GiveWell's other priority programs (GiveWell 2021)2020a). Malaria Consortium is also featured in The Life You Can Save's list of "best charities" (The Life You Can Save 2021).

GiveWell (2020)(2020a) Malaria Consortium – Seasonal malaria chemoprevention, GiveWell, November.

GiveWell (2020b) Our top charities, GiveWell, November.

GiveWell (2020c) 'Sources for Top Charities page', GiveWell, November (updated April 2021).

Its seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) program—one among many programs carried out by this organization—distributes preventive anti-malarial drugs to children under five to reduce incidence during the high transmission season. GiveWell estimates that it costs $6.59 to achieve the equivalent of four person-months of SMC coverage (GiveWell 2020a)2020). Malaria Consortium's SMC program has been a GiveWell top-rated charity since 2016 (Sanchez et al 2021), and its cost-effectiveness is estimated to be in the same range as GiveWell's other priority programs (GiveWell 2021). Malaria Consortium is also featured in The Life You Can Save's list of "best charities" (The Life You Can Save 2021).

Its seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) program—one among many programs carried out by this organization—distributes preventive anti-malarial drugs to children under five to reduce incidence during the high transmission season. GiveWell estimates that it costs $6.59 to achieve the equivalent of four person-months of SMC coverage (GiveWell 2020a). Malaria Consortium's SMC program has been a GiveWell top-rated charity since 2016 (Sanchez et al 2021), and its cost-effectiveness is estimated to be in the same range as GiveWell's other priority programs (GiveWell 2021). Malaria Consortium is also featured in The Life You Can Save's list of "best charities" (The Life You Can Save 2021).

Bibliography

Crispin, Natalie, Teryn Maddox & Tom Adamczewski (2020) A conversation with Dr. James Tibenderana, Helen Counihan, Maddy Marasciulo and Dr. Arantxa Roca, May 11, 2020, GiveWell, May 11.

GiveWell (2020) Malaria Consortium – Seasonal malaria chemoprevention, GiveWell, November.

GiveWell (2021) 2021 GiveWell cost-effectiveness analysis — version 1, GiveWell, May 5.

Sanchez, Sebastian et al. (2021) Timeline of Malaria Consortium, Timelines Wiki.

The Life You Can Save (2021) Best charities, The Life You Can Save.

Malaria Consortium is a British charity that works on preventing, controlling, and treating malaria and other communicable diseases in Africa and Asia.