Be part of this historic moment.
Join the many voices sharing their support now for defeating meningitis
On 28th September, the Global Roadmap to Defeat Meningitis will be launched by the World Health Organization (WHO). For the first time, countries will unite behind a global effort to defeat meningitis and provide meaningful aftercare to survivors and their families.
The launch provides an opportunity for your voice to be heard by global leaders at this once in a lifetime Roadmap launch. We need to show them how much people want to see meningitis defeated – the more voices we get the stronger the call to action.
Use the form to submit your message that celebrated the launch of the roadmap. This could be a photo, video, or even an audio file if you’d like. This will then be added to our gallery of support which will be shown at the Roadmap launch, for all to see, as proof of public support for the Roadmap. This will encourage global leaders to take action and help defeat meningitis.
Your voice deserves to be heard. Be part of history and show your support for the WHO Global Roadmap to Defeat Meningitis.
Rose Kwett with MAK- Meningitis Awareness Key to prevention, I worked with 2 Sophomore (10th grade) HS students and a local artist.
Rose with MAK- Meningitis Awareness Key to prevention, I worked with 2 Sophomore (10th grade) HS students and a local artist.
On behalf of Concern Health Education Project (Ghana) this is a drawing of meningitis survivor, Adelaide, who experienced vision loss as a result of meningitis.
Meningitis doesn't discriminate....young or old, poor or rich, male or female....it can be deadly within hours....IF you survive, you are likely to have life changing consequences of having it. Having had TWO of our children die due to Meningitis, and our living child being at high risk of contracting/developing Meningitis due to a genetic condition, defeating Meningitis is a must for our family and for everyone worldwide
These pictures are of Jamie Schanbaum and Nick Springer both USA paralymic atheletes both survived Meningitis but at great loss of their limbs. This did not stop Jamie nor Nick from speaking Nationally & Globally to educate and spread awareness & knowledge for both Meningitis Vaccines ACWY and MenB. It is through great sadness that Nick Springer passed away this year from the toll that Meningitis took on his body but never on his will to live. We will miss Nick Springer
We lost our beautiful daughter Lynsey aged 31yrs...in 2017...feels like yesterday. Lynsey was pregnant with her and Matthews second child. One minute she was here the next gone. That's how it feels...Still. Lynsey has two little boys..one that she didn't get to meet. A son in law that is a fabulous Daddy to these boys but there should be a Mummy as well. This horrible horrible Meninigitis needs to go away. It doesn't care about any one...leaves so many families broken hearted....But we are strong and WE must keep fighting and spreading the word and fund raise. We are a big hearted family and will get rid as my family do not want another family to feel the loss like us....support supportvsupportxxx
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