We proudly announce the manufacturing of our one billionth bed net
The Game-Changing Story of Vestergaard, a Company Saving Lives From Malaria in Resource-Limited Settings
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A special message from our CEO
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PermaNet® long-lasting insecticidal nets play a leading role in the fight against malaria.
ZeroFly® storage bags keep insect pests away from post-harvest crops and the GroЯ® trading platform ensures stability for the smallholder farmer.
Utilising big data and mobile technology to help end malaria and other diseases at the household and community level.
Vestergaard is built on the foundation of humanitarian entrepreneurship – that doing good is good business. We believe that investing in the development of new technologies and establishing new markets within hard to reach or under resourced populations presents both great business opportunities and be an incredible force for good.
We explore multiple resources and avenues to ensure global health continues to improve and that we can create the greatest positive impact.
We are passionate that our products improve lives. For more than two decades, our tools have contributed to the near eradication of some diseases.
Reducing our footprint matters. We address our progress to achieve our targeted Global Goals and reduce the impact of our business footprint through our sustainability reports.
As an industry, we distribute over 100’000 tons of plastic polymer-based LLINs to the world each year. Our rPET project is an opportunity to close-to-loop on our nets when they reach the end of their life.
A message to our partners and heroes in the fight against malaria as we celebrate manufacturing 1 billion mosquito nets, a symbol of our commitment to saving lives and creating brighter futures.
For Mikkel Vestergaard Frandsen, founder of Vestergaard, the billionth net milestone marks an inflection point in the path to zero malaria.
Three dedicated women form the vital administrative team at Vestergaard Vector Labs, playing a crucial role ensuring the research continues in Accra, Ghana.
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