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*POSTPONED* The most effective charity in the world? - AMF's Peter Sherratt

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Miss Eve McCormick.

We are sorry to have to postpone the talk. We will let you know of the new date and time. We apologize for the short notice and the inconvenience.

We’re excited to be hosting a talk by Peter Sherratt, Executive Chairman of Against Malaria Foundation. He was also one of its original trustees in 2004.

Against Malaria Foundation is the most effective charity in the world according to the independent charity evaluator GiveWell. It has also consistently been rated as a top charity by Giving What We Can and The Life You Can Save, with an estimated cost of just over $3000 for saving the equivalent of one under-5-year-old life.

Peter will be speaking about his work at the Foundation and this is an excellent opportunity to ask him your questions as well.

There will be some free snacks and drinks.

The event is open to the public, not just to members of the University of Cambridge. Everyone is welcome, especially those new to effective altruism!

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This talk is part of the Effective Altruism: Cambridge series.

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