Imagine No Malaria (INM) is a comprehensive anti- malaria campaign run by The United Methodist Church . 
The ministry mission statement is: Imagine No Malaria is an extraordinary effort of the people of the United Methodist Church, putting the disease into action to prevent a death by malaria in Africa, especially the death of a child or a mother. As a life-saving ministry, Imagine No Malaria aims to raise $ 75 million to empower the people of Africa to overcome malaria’s burden.  Imagine No Malaria works in partnership with the United Nations Foundation and the Global Fund to reduce the number of deaths caused by Malaria in African countries.
Bishop Thomas Bickerton is the chairperson of the executive committee for Imagine No Malaria. He stated, “Today there’s a 3-year-old who’s going to be bitten by a tiny bug, and, in 48 hours, she’s going to die.” She’s the reason I do what I do. for every child has everything to do with what Mr. Wesley Intended us to do. ” 
Imagine No Malaria is a fundraising and advocacy campaign to support a comprehensive, integrated anti-malaria strategy in Africa. This program is focused on delivering four key components: prevention , treatment , education, and communications. 
Building on the success of Nothing But Nets , Imagine No Malaria is often thought of as Nets Plus. Insecticide-treated mosquito nets are still the best way to prevent malaria, however, other measures like draining standing waterwhere the insects breed, trimming foliage and proper sanitation , are also important to prevent malaria. 
The United Methodist Church has been working in Africa for more than 160 years.  The church has the infrastructure of more than 300 clinics and hospitals in Africa to treat many patients. The Imagine No Malaria campaign has the goal of getting medical and diagnostic tests for hospitals and clinics. 
The program provides training for local community health workers to educate people on the symptoms and defenses against malaria, as well as to educate them about how to use their bed nets.  
The program provides education on malaria and information through its vast radio network in Africa.  The campaign also delivers solar powered and hand-crank radios to African women.
Imagine No Malaria is using its technology to achieve $ 75 million fundraising goal. Donations can be made through text messages as well as in traditional ways.  The operational costs for Imagine No Malaria are covered by a grant, awarded by the United Nations Foundation. This allows the effort to ensure that 100% of the funds raised are used in Africa. 
In 2014, the INM program held a conference, in which they were able to raise more than $ 40 million. 
Imagine No Malaria also includes an advocacy effort that calls for support in the global budget (which includes international malaria aid) in the US budget. Recent efforts include events in Washington DC, hosted by the General Board of Church and Society and a mobile SMS (text) campaign to SWAT to 27722 and sign a “petition to save lives.” The petition is part of a toolkit that will be used to persuade the FY13 budget.
The United Methodist Church is working on this project in collaboration with a religious and secular nature. Partners include the World Health Organization , the United Nations Foundation , the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria , the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation , the Red Crescent Society . 
The Imagine No Malaria campaign has seen success in many different areas in Africa. In April 2010, 25,000 bed nets were distributed in Lubumbashi , DRC .  In another effort, the program distributed 5,000 bed nets in Nyadire, Zimbabwe .  
- Nothing But Nets – An earlier anti-malaria campaign sponsored by the United Methodist Church
- Thomas Bickerton – The United Methodist bishop who helped create Imagine No Malaria
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