Malaria and Worms are life-threatening problems that we often take for granted because we don't have to worry about them. Malaria is a parasite caused disease, often transmitted to humans through infected mosquitos. Each year, approximately 210 million people are infected with malaria, and about 440,000 people die from the disease. Most of the people who die from the disease are young children in Africa. Worms Disease is a Neglected Tropical Disease mainly affecting poor communities in remote parts of Africa. To combat this we work with Against Malaria Foundation and Evidence Action's Deworm the World Initiative to protect people from Malaria and Worms. We do this by funding long-lasting insecticidal nets and ensuring they are distributed and used, with a parallel focus on filtering drinking water and preventing transmission of Worms Disease.