Konrad Mayfarth from the Rotary Club of Berlin Bruecke der Einheit a member of the Board of Directors of the Rotary Action Group Rotarians Against Malaria told us about the work to eliminate Malaria in Africa and around the world. 
He explained where Malaria is common, its disease process and what can be done to eliminate the discease.
Most of the cases are in Africa.
Malaria is spread by mosquitos and generally has a ten day incubation period.
43.2 Million people are at risk to contact the disease
90% of the cases are in Africa and this is where Rotarians Against Malaria is focused
Konrad described the actions being taken to get malaria to zero
He provided more information about Rotarians Against Malaria and their work