Global warming has shot up the risk of dying from malaria. A study shows that as the global temperature continues to rise, the risk of malaria will increase by 5-15% by 2100. WHO reports state that out of 219 million cases of malaria worldwide, 660,000 people die each year. As the glaciers are melting, mosquitoes that carry the malaria virus are increasing and Philippines is the worst hit nation. Malaria is a highly preventable and treatable disease, If not detected in time, it can end in mortality. It is very important to protect oneself from malaria with proper hygiene and care.