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  • Reply to: MalariaWorld celebrates 5 years of online reporting on malaria!   2 hours 3 min ago

    MalariaWorld is the first place i go after checking email for my family news, so you know where you rank in my small universe ! And Judith and I will never forget the snowy December in Jerusalem with you Bart, and your large assortment of friends and colleagues. You and Inga and your Team come up with the best ideas !

    I think your greatest gift to me has been to stimulate my thinking about ways of improving malaria control efforts. Reading the news, postings, articles and comments over the last 5 years have given me material for a couple of monographs and many blogs, and have given me the energy to consider one more book about improving the fight against malaria - with an Exit Strategy for Africa no less ! Knowing that thousands of people might be watching, I have been motivated to express my thoughts as clearly as possible.

    Perhaps your greatest contribution for me has been to give me the persistence to approach even the venerable Admiral Tim Ziemer at the US PMI in Washington with my ideas. I think we will meet in February with our colleagues to see if we can consider some more possible improvements to the global approach to suppressing malaria.

    Holland is the birthplace of my grandfather, Willem Kieft, so you all have a special place in my heart even with out MalariaWorld. And perhaps those lowlands where my family originated explain my tendency to always think of draining wetlands to get rid of the mosquitoes. You see how important you are to me?

    Thanks again and Best Wishes for a Happy New Year.

    Bill

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  • Reply to: Last week at MalariaWorld: Thank you!   1 week 6 hours ago

    Bart, Inga and the Team: The success of MalariaWorld is really a product of your teamwork and your energy. It provides a real point of contact for all of us globally interested in malaria, so much so that the size and breadth of your membership and readership is the validation. You provide what we all need and that is a forum where one can express ideas and get more or less instant feedback, where we speak to our colleagues and our critics and listen and where real issues in the control of malaria are expressed and confronted. One can go on, but I want to keep this accolade brief. My heartiest congratulations! you have harnessed the web in a realistic manner to help all of us confront this horrific disease.

  • Reply to: MalariaWorld celebrates 5 years of online reporting on malaria!   1 week 6 hours ago

    Bart, Inga and the Team: The success of MalariaWorld is really a product of your teamwork and your energy. It provides a real point of contact for all of us globally interested in malaria, so much so that the size and breadth of your membership and readership is the validation. You provide what we all need and that is a forum where one can express ideas and get more or less instant feedback, where we speak to our colleagues and our critics and listen and where real issues in the control of malaria are expressed and confronted. One can go on, but I want to keep this accolade brief. My heartiest congratulations! you have harnessed the web in a realistic manner to help all of us confront this horrific disease.