Despite the medical, technological, and educational advances that have been made, it remains a tragic fact that malaria remains a formidable killer in many parts of the world. In Africa, for example, a child dies from malaria every 30 seconds. As a result, the countries that are most affected by this disease suffer from stunted health and economic development. MCDI has worked to implement malaria control projects across the globe in conjunction with the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control, U.S Universities such as Harvard and Yale, local Ministries of Health, and international corporations with operations in malaria endemic areas. More specifically, MCDI has been able to implement projects in a large number of African countries including Benin, Bioko Island Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, Liberia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Mali, Zambia, Madagascar, and others. These efforts coordinate the adoption of appropriate policies and the implementation of state-of-the-art technical approaches to malaria case management. Our approach to malaria case management is to engage in training activities to improve quality of care, to work to ensure all patients access to quality care, to improve the care-seeking behavior of the community, and to promote awareness of malaria prevention, especially among children and pregnant women as they tend to be the most vulnerable to malaria. For prevention, MCDI engages in vector control activities like indoor semi-annual spraying of the walls of houses on with a long lasting insecticide as well as the distribution of long lasting insecticide-treated bed nets.