Make a One-Time Donation
to Malaria Prevention

We are taking a multipronged approach to fighting malaria and we need your help.

Donate $60 for:

Mosquito Nets

Donate $100 for:

Medicine for One

Donate $500 for:

Medicine for a Family

Make an Ongoing Donation
to Malaria Prevention

Donate to our Malaria Prevention efforts each month by choosing a recurring donation amount below.




Or you can send a Check or Money Order made out to the Ripa Ladrang Foundation. On the check, write a note stating that the money should be applied to the “Elders Sponsorship Project”. All donations are tax deductible. We would need your mailing address, phone, and email address, if you have one, so that we can send a contribution acknowledgement. Your letter/check should be sent to:

Ripa Ladrang Foundation
11270 Exposition Blvd.
PO Box 64887
Los Angeles, CA 90064-9998

The Malaria Prevention fund is a project that heals and protects hundreds of individuals from the devastating effects of malaria by providing them with preventative care as well as treatment. Malaria is the most common health problem and cause for mortality among the residents of the community in Orissa. The Orissa region constitutes the largest number of malaria patients (25%) and deaths (45%) due to malaria out of the whole of India, and is sometimes referred to as the “Malaria Capital of India.” More than 80% of malaria is caused by P.Falciparium in this area. The medicine recommended for treatment by the WHO and other experts for this type of malaria is ACT (Artemisinin Combination Therapy). The medicine is expensive compared to local means and we seek to provide communities with this treatment.

Malaria Nets

Furthermore, in order to control malaria, Ripa Ladrang, in partnership with the head of the clinic in the Tibetan settlements, Dr. Tsering Wangchuk, is promoting a comprehensive program for both the Tibetan refugee camps and neighboring local tribal villages within 10 km. It includes promoting the widespread use of bed nets, to repel mosquitoes at night, when they bite most.