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David Beckham speaks to us from A World Without Malaria, at the moment that humankind has defeated the world’s oldest and deadliest disease – malaria.

We have defeated humankind’s oldest and deadliest enemy...Today we have ended malaria.

David is delivering us a message of hope, reminding the world of what we are capable of achieving when we unite together to fight diseases.

A world without malaria ultimately means a safer world for all of us. A world with a robust and resilient global health system is much better prepared to act against other diseases, including COVID-19, as well as to tackle future pandemics and health threats.

Against the backdrop of the on-going global disruption due to the far-reaching impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the film reignites the belief that humankind is capable of uniting to defeat diseases, and in doing so we can create a safer, healthier, stronger world for us all, and for future generations. 

Find Out How We Made It

Here's how we aged David Beckham into his seventies.

The Ridley Scott Creative Group and visual effects specialists Digital Domain explain how we took David Beckham to a malaria-free world. 

We talk to David to find out why the fight against malaria is so close to his heart.

Malaria Champions, including leading scientists, doctors researchers and activists tell us how we can end this deadly disease within a generation.