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IRIN Films - Malaria - Killer Number One


IRIN Films is proud to present to you another new film-documentary free of charge.

Feb 22, 2006 (IRIN) — Malaria kills an estimated three million people every year worldwide. It is the number one killer in many countries south of the Sahara.

Filmed in Ethiopia, this documentary is a vivid account of the suffering of people struck by this disease and charts the challenges the international community faces in combating one of the worlds deadliest diseases.

A low-resolution copy of the film can be viewed on our website (www.irinnews.org/film)

As with all IRIN Films, the aim of this film is to increase awareness and understanding of humanitarian crises and to assist fellow humanitarian actors in their advocacy efforts. As a humanitarian news agency IRIN specializes in the creation of advocacy tools but remains dependant on its partners for the dissemination of these messages.

IRIN Films are distributed free-of-charge but because of growing production and distribution costs we ask that only those agencies and NGOs actively involved in advocacy work request copies.

While we will endeavour to meet demand, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to provide copies to all who request them.

Get your free copy on CD or DVD here: http://www.irinnews.info/filmorders/order.asp

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