March 16, 2016
"Hero of the Week" award from LA Talk Radio's Peace Fund Radio
Thanks to LA Peace Funds for conferring this prestigious award to recognize efforts by Malaria Free World (full interview).

 
 March 5, 2016
STEM Presenter: "Geek is the new chic!" 
Kritika Singh was featured as part of a STEM-focused segment in the Government Matters program on ABC/WJLA-7, NewsChannel8, and Department of Defense's American Forces Network. Kritika Singh was interviewed as part of an upcoming STEM Symposium in Fairfax, VA (video)

 
January 16, 2016
Kritika Singh invited as a Key Speaker at STEMSymposium 2016
Kritika Singh will be a key speaker at the 2016 K-12 STEM Symposium, a free, exciting and all-day forum that equally engages children, parents, and teachers, coupled with corporate, government, academia and non-profit executives alike from the STEM fields. Activities for the day include hands-on children activities such as student robotics teams, flight simulator competitions, 3D printers and other science and mathematics exhibits (go to site).
 
 
November 5, 2015
Fairfax County Times cover page article "Thomas Jefferson student making a difference"
Thomas Jefferson student Kritika Singh started the non-profit Malaria Free World last year to support malaria research and raise awareness about the disease. She says she was on her India Tour when she got a call from from an executive producer at the FOX Television Network (read full article).

 
September 14, 2015
Live TV interview at CBS/WUSA9's Great Day Washington program
Malaria Free World was invited to share its mission and efforts to raise malaria awareness on CBS/WUSA9's Great Day Washington program. The live morning show interviewed Kritika on what got her started on malaria research, the impact of malaria, and her current successes and challenges (video).

August 15, 2015
Founder and CEO recognized as a Pro-Teen Choice Honoree at the FOX Teen Choice Awards 2015
Kritika Singh, founder and CEO of Malaria Free World, was selected as one of the nine honorees at the FOX Teen Choice Awards 2015. Kritika was onstage with Rachel Platten, who sang her "Fight Song".  Kritika promoted her fight against malaria on this live, internationally televised show (pictures and video).

 
July 30 2015
The Huffington Post publishes an article titled "Meet the 17-year old Founder of Malaria Free World"
The article covered Malaria Free World's mission and challenges, and motivation behind starting the non-profit organization. The author called "Kritika Singh is a force", and mentions that "of all the people I've [celebrated author, Cameron Conway] met in the anti-malaria sector she is the one that most inspires me(full article).

 
May 15, 2015 
Kritika Singh delivers a powerful TEDx Talk, linking malaria and poverty
Kritika Singh, founder and CEO of Malaria Free World, delivered a 10-minute TEDx talk titled “Malaria, Mosquitoes, and Motivation”, and introduced her viewpoints on the tight relationship between malaria and poverty. She invited all fields of science to join hands in fighting this epidemic (video).

 
December 2014
Thomas Jefferson Partnership Fund "Newsworthy" Magazine praises "Student Working towards a Malaria Free World"  
The Newsletter of the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology Partnership Fund published an article recognizing Malaria Free World's efforts to raise malaria awareness. It highlights how Kritika SIngh as a high-school junior got inspired and founded her non-profit organization (full article).

 
November 22, 2014
F.H. Furr confers the "Good Samaritan $500 Pay it Forward" award to Malaria Free World
This video clip was aired on NewsChannel8 as part of their #PayItForward series!  Kritika Singh was recognized as a good Samaritan and Malaria Free World was awarded with a donation of $500 in recognition of their efforts to raise malaria awareness by hosting the "Malaria Meltdown" exposition (video).

 
November 6, 2014
Connections newspaper praises "Local teen educates peers on malaria"
"Kritika Singh wants to eradicate malaria for good - one mosquito at a time", mentions this article. It highlights the success of her kickoff event "Malaria Meltdown 2014", and how Fairfax-area local teen is taking steps top educate peers on the deadliest disease of all times (full article).

 
October 30, 2014
WUSA9 TV Interviews Kritika Singh and appeals people to attend Malaria Meltdown.
The local news channel WUSA Channel 9 (CBS) promoted Malaria Meltdown 2014. This video outlines the objectives of the event and a short statement by founder and CEO, Kritika Singh. The video was aired twice during the morning and evening news segments to promote participation at the exposition (video).

 
 

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