The World Malaria Day site has regular campaigns to keep the website content fresh. In June 2009, to celebrate The Day of the African Child, we called on civil society to share details of your planned events, news releases, success stories and challenges, through programme or advocacy reports, or any tools or materials that they had available to help 'count malaria out' for children .
In November 2009 the site focused on the MIM Pan-African Malaria Conference, the world’s largest gathering of the malaria community, bringing together 1,500 leading researchers, activists, health workers, public health officials and policymakers. Throughout the MIM conference, the World Malaria Day website provided a place to learn about and share live happenings including the new findings in malaria research and plans to address major challenges in malaria that were presented at the conference.
In December 2009 the website ran its third campaign, highlighting the World Health Organisation’s 2009 World Malaria Report. This is the third in a series of progress reports developed to monitor the global response to malaria. The report included the latest figures on coverage with bed-nets and treatment in Africa and impact since 2000 and the World Malaria Day website was a place where people were able to learn about and share news on the report.