World News – UK – David Beckham in the digital age appears in a video for a malaria campaign


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avid Beckham appeared as an older version of himself in a campaign video calling for action to prevent deaths from malaria.

The technologically altered footage of the former soccer player, said to show him in his 70s, features a speech in which he welcomes the defeat of our « oldest and deadliest enemy ». .

The clip for the campaign « Malaria Must Die So Millions Can Live » shows him in an imaginary future in which he proclaims that « our world has changed » and « we have ended malaria ». .

Beckham, 45, said: “The fight against malaria is very important to me because the disease remains a major death for children and we have the opportunity to change that in our lives. ”

He added, « I’ve been working with Malaria No More UK since 2009, supporting campaigns and helping shed light on the challenge.

« Your campaigns always use great creativity and innovation to get attention to the topic, and I am delighted to have met some of the inspiring people who are working so hard to end this disease as well. « 

Beckham is a founding member of the Board of Directors of Malaria No More UK, the charity that runs the campaign.

Dr. Pedro Alonso, director of the World Health Organization’s global malaria program, said: « The emergence of Covid-19 has shown the world how critical our health systems are.

« It is vital that the world is back on track in 2021 to meet existing malaria reduction goals if we get out of the pandemic.

« By investing in ending malaria, we will not only save lives that would otherwise be lost to this deadly disease, but we will also protect current health systems from the dual burden of malaria and other diseases like Covid-19. « 

Other famous faces, including Hugh Laurie, Emeli Sande, and Peter Capaldi, have appeared in the Malaria Must Die, So Millions Can Live campaigns.

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