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Responsible Travel and Malaria: Expert Answers to Your Questions

  • Staff of Malaria.com
  • 27 May 2011

Malaria kills upward of 800,000 people a year, and there can be as many as 300 million cases at any one time around the world. Malaria is on the rise, but you can still travel safely and enjoy the mystery and beauty of the world. Responsible travellers are cautious and prepared travellers, those who carefully research the health risks they might encounter before they venture off their front porches and into the world’s embrace. Malaria.com exists for these responsible travellers.

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Voluntourism Helps Locals in Malawi

  • Chimwemwe Siyabu and Kate Ward
  • 8 November 2010

As a developing country in Africa, Malawi faces a lot of challenges, especially when it comes to the development of its rural communities. One of many effective ways to tackle some of the challenges, though, is through volunteer assistance, channelled through the tourism industry. In support of this, The Responsible Safari Company, the whl.travel local connection in Malawi, has partnered with local community-development organisations to create an exciting range of voluntourism opportunities.

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