This is my final Newsletter greeting as Chair of the Malaria Vaccine Project. While there is a touch of sadness in handing over the baton, there is tremendous joy in what we have been able to achieve with your incredible support and generosity. … More Newsletter Edition December 2022
The Malaria Vaccine Project has now raised over $1,900, 000. You can imagine what a huge effect this has had not only on our research team but on all the hard-working members of our Committee. They all join me in saying a sincere THANK YOU to everyone. You will read how this money is being utilised in several articles on the vaccine development and the malaria researchers. … More Newsletter Edition 15 September 2022
Come and join us at the Racing Day Carnival at The Glasshouse, Gold Coast Turf Club.
Date: Saturday 1st October 2022 11.30 am … More STARTERS ORDERS!
In this issue there are inspiring stories: a follow-up on Colin Welch’s epic kayak journey down the Murray River and Kevin Hales’ story about how foreign coin collection has driven Goolwa Rotary Club’s dedicated funding for the Malaria Vaccine Project. … More Newsletter Edition 14 July 2022
“Challenge 22”. This is a plea to ask all to make a tax deductible donation this year-whatever you can … More Newsletter Edition 13 March 2022
Researchers at Griffith University Institute for Glycomics had a breakthrough in the deadly disease Malaria … More Tiny vial making a big impact!
Inspirational man Coin Welch in and out of his first lock at Torrumbarry … More COL’S EPIC JOURNEY!
Malaria exacts a huge toll of suffering!! … More How Malaria compares to Covid-19
Approaching 70 years of age Colin wanted a challenge! Why? … More Kayaking for a Cause!
The vaccine isn’t perfect
The level of protection the vaccine provides isn’t ideal. Protection varies with the age of the child when vaccinated, … More World’s first mass malaria vaccine rollout