Global Public Health
While millions of lives have been saved over the last decade through the coordinated efforts of the international community to address infectious diseases, AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria remain major killers and threats to public health, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. The world is at a critical tipping point – we must accelerate efforts to combat these diseases, especially before they take new forms that will be more complex and expensive to defeat.
The Parker Foundation is dedicated to funding research, science and technology to prevent the global spread of infectious diseases, such as malaria, and focused on finding aggressive and innovative vector control interventions to limit or eradicate the spread to humans.
Who We Work With
The Malaria Elimination Initiative at The University of California at San Francisco’s Global Health Group works to identify and test novel approaches that have the potential to radically reduce transmissions by the Anopheles mosquito.
The Clinton Foundation
The Clinton Foundation builds partnerships between businesses, NGOs, governments, and individuals to transform lives and communities.
University of California San Francisco Global Health Group
The Global Health Group works with researchers, policymakers and implementers to better understand and address health challenges and tackle neglected global public health priorities.
charity: water brings clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries. charity: water employs a 100% model where all donations go directly to fund water projects in the field.
Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy