Oakridge, OR (PressExposure) March 14, 2014 -- In early March The Foundation for Alternative Medicine and Healing Research (AMH Foundation) announced plans to implement an awareness campaign beginning in March 2014 through April 2014.
The campaign is intended to make more people aware about the foundation's goals for 2014 that center on the prevention of the large number of deaths from Malaria. This disease currently claims an average of nearly 2,000 lives daily, mostly children. AMH believes that finding a cure begins with awareness.
There is presumed to be a cure for Malaria, but there has been no research conducted that follows generally accepted scientific procedures, which has prevented its adoption. The AMF Foundation is determined to fund initial research to help evaluate the efficacy of this cure that many claim already exists and would practically eradicate this disease.
Jim Namaste, PhD, AMH interim director, stated, "If you know that there is a chance to save the lives of 10,000 people in just a week, and you don't take action, what is that called? Just because we do not see this happening, does not mean there is no responsibility. In normal circumstances such inaction is called 'criminal negligence' and 'Out of sight, out of mind' is not an acceptable excuse." That is why I am contributing my time to get this project going.
The awareness campaign is set to use social media web sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Fundly and other media channels. The first goal of AMF is to reach 1,000 Fundly supporters and reach $20,000 within the next 30 days.
The AMF Foundation was created in order to assist in identifying effective alternative medicine solutions that are generally not recognized by established institutions. At the same time, AMF will coordinate its activities with credible organizations.
The foundation will work with these established institutions and emphasize primary prevention methods that can help to eliminate diseases at their roots.