Protect 1800 people on Kokwa Island from Malaria

Jun 11, 2012

Progress Report on Community Health Interventions.

It has been a period of heavy rains that have wrecked havoc within the project area; houses have been submerged forcing families to flee to high grounds and about 4 tree nursery sites destroyed by floods. Despite the difficulties, 500 bed nets were supplied, to new beneficiaries. 50 families have been trained on valued addition of Neem and Moringa Olifeira tree products, which they are using for home consumption and for malaria eradication before they can start commercializing. We wish to thank everybody who has helped bring change within this community.


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Project Leader

Samuel Muhunyu

Project Leader
Molo, Rift Valley Kenya

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