Hygiene kits for Storm Washi families, Philippines


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Controlling Spread Of Malaria

By a female, under 16 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of Controlling spread of Malaria The villagers were very glad to hear that they were soon going to curb the spread of malaria by vestgard Frandsen and family. Their main aim was to introduce vestagard Frandsenn filters and mosquito nets. They opened many charters in the area to cater for this. The villagers were informed to drain stagnant water, clear bushes around their homes since they are known to be the breeding areas. Nevertheless, they were told to boil drinking water and filter its since it helps to keep away germs. Additional, they were told to take Anti-malaria tablets wherever they go to areas where there is high risks of malaria. lastly,they were told that good health is where they should head for. Read more.
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Merlin USA

Washington, DC, United States

Project Leader

Andrea Miles

Washington, DC United States

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