Ed Helms appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to promote the new season of The Office and his feature role as Malaria No More Ambassador in our upcoming documentary Malarious: Hollywood Bites Back!
The documentary trailer is here for your viewing pleasure:
“It’s 10 P.M. – Do you know where your children are?” This PSA-style announcement originated in New York in the 1960s to reemphasize youth curfew and has since morphed into a recognizable refrain recorded by numerous celebs.
Ten years ago world leaders united behind a set of eight key goals to improve the state of the world by 2015 – the “Millennium Development Goals” (MDGs).
This week, two-thirds of the way into this global endeavour, the UN Secretary General has gathered world leaders together once again for a MDG summit meeting in New York. This meeting will review both how far we have progressed over the last ten years and what more is needed in the push to reach these key goals by 2015.
The following is an excerpt from the MNM Policy Center’s Malaria Watch blog:
MNMPC’s Mark Green delivered comments applauding the most recent report on the fantastic progress that is being made against malaria and the future impact continued investment could have in achieving the Millennium Development Goals.