Malaria is a disease that’s easily preventable and completely curable. In the U.K. we’ve wiped out malaria, but in Southern Africa thousands are still suffering.
In 2017, we joined the fight against malaria. Our commitment was simple then and it remains the same now; we will raise money to help fund spraying projects in Mozambique, where our PERi-PERi chilli is from. The spray teams go from home to home, coating the walls in a non-toxic insecticide that protects the family from malaria-carrying mosquitoes.
This year, we’re ramping up our efforts even more, and we’re hoping you will too.
Together, we can help put a stop to malaria for good.
Want to get involved? Here’s how!
Inspired by the colours of the Mozambican flag and dripping with saucy flavour, our new Mozam Wrap is spread with tangy pineapple & coconut chutney, filled with grilled chicken and lettuce, then drizzled with a rich black garlic sauce that’s worth getting messy for. For each one sold, we’ll donate 50p (or 70c in ROI) towards fighting malaria in Mozambique.
Pretty. And pretty powerful.
At our tills, you’ll find beautiful woven bracelets that have been made in South Africa.
With each bracelet purchased, you’ll help protect two lives for a year from malaria, represented by the two beads you’ll find on each.
Not only do they look good, they do good, and that’s fashion we can all get behind!
Suggested donation of £4.50 for each bracelet.
Meet our Sprayers
Gabriel is the owner of the world’s friendliest smile and proud equipment manager for five anti-malaria sprayers in his local area. He’s had malaria a few times and knows how important it is to work with the whole community to protect each other. His dream is that the spray program will help Mozambique get rid of the disease by 2030. Imagine how big his smile will be then.
Latia is a ray of sunshine and proud anti-malaria sprayer in her local community. Her children have had malaria twice in the past, but since the spray program started four years ago, there hasn’t been one reported case in her local area. She says the future looks good and wears her spraying uniform with pride... and quite a lot of style, if you ask us.
Celina is a dedicated anti-malaria sprayer and people’s champion. She knows the protective gear she wears while spraying can look a bit scary so she invites people in her community to watch her house being sprayed first, so they can see it’s safe. 100% home-grown superstar.