In 1999, the mosquito-borne West Nile virus (WNV) arrived in New York with a vengeance. Over the next few years, it spread north into Canada and south into the Caribbean and Latin America. By 2003, there were nearly 10,000 reported U.S. human cases of WNV, with 264 deaths in the U.S. that year alone.
In Memoriam: Rob Giner
The Clarke family lost an integral part of our team on Sunday, September 7. Rob Giner, Jr. passed away suddenly at the age of 30. Rob touched the lives of many fellow employees throughout his 10 years at Clarke. Read more
Chikungunya Virus, What Is It?
Chikungunya virus (ChikV) (chik-un-GOON-ya) is transmitted by mosquitoes and causes joint pain and severe arthritis. It’s not normally fatal, but is extremely painful and symptoms can last for weeks or even months. In elderly people with compromised health, it can be a contributing factor to fatality. Read more
A Remarkable Success Story.. From Control to Elimination
The Carter Center recently hailed the end of a debilitating mosquito-borne disease in two states in Nigeria, thanks to a partnership amont the Nigeria Federal Ministry of Health, The Carter Center, Clarke and other NGOs and corporations. Read more.
Clarke is pleased to announce our new electronic payment option! This safe, secure and convenient electronic payment is made through the ACH (Automated Clearing House) Network. This payment option saves you time, money and the worry of your payment arriving on time. For more information email:
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