Provide health in an impoverished Ghanaian slum


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Living Malaria Free Live.

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Kitale, Kenya
Map of LIVING MALARIA FREE LIVE. Kenya being in Africa where malaria is a nightmare, government of Kenya have started the practice of distribution mosquito nets to people in areas where malaria attack is serious. The government is good since it will reduce malaria cases in pregnant women, children and others likely to be attacked by the disease. Since the nets were distributed, malaria cases have reduced and there is smooth running of economic activities and education. People are not using most of their time and resources in other activities for developing society and one's life. Read more.
Related to project keywords: women children, pregnant women, live, disease, malaria
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Washington, DC, United States

Project Leader

Maame Sampah

Washington, DC United States

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