I sign the Juma petition because

I would like to be protected from fake drugs and be informed on how to differentiate fake from real drugs (Kenya)

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I sign the Juma petition because

As a doctor who has worked in Congo, I have seen the devastating effects of wrong malaria treatment by charletans (Netherlands)

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I sign the Juma petition because

It is really pity that there are people dying of malaria despite the fact that we actually have anti-malarials. Being a pharmacist and drug designer by professional, I am completely against it (India)

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I sign the Juma petition because

I have seen many children die from malaria, some of whom die while on treatment. It is sad that someone can make profit from the dying. Please let this stop (Kenya)

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I sign the petition because

I care about kids and everyone suffering from malaria Ethiopia

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The Dutch Malaria Foundation launches campaign against fake drugs on World Malaria Day

1/3 of the malaria drugs sold in Africa are fake and kill hundreds of innocent children every day. The fake drugs are produced and exported by criminals in China and India. The Dutch Malaria Foundation launches the Juma petition to call upon the governments of these countries to take action against the illegal production of these killer drugs. The petition will also be handed to the African Leaders Malaria Alliance (ALMA) to convince them that fake malaria drugs should be a priority issue. Sign the petition now on www.fakedrugskill.org.

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