Project #6826

Protect 32,000 school children from Malaria

by NETwork Against Malaria
Nov 29, 2010

NETwork Against Malaria Fall 2010

Since August 2010, NETwork Against Malaria has conducted 2 bednet distributions and delivered 2,000 malaria nets. Groups that received nets include:

  • Families that gathered at at Maberenga  Church
  • Women who gathered at St. Charles Lwarga Rural Social Center in Maberenga
  • Students of Kisuura Primary School
  • Students at Maberenga Primary School
  • Families that gathered at Rural Outreach, NGO, offices in Maberenga

NETwork has a new partnership in Gulu, Uganda.  This location serves refugees and the local people.  Before August 2011, NETwork plans to distribute over 3,000 malaria nets to Gulu and Hoima locations.  Additional distributions may also be arranged depending on funding and the rainy seasons.



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Organization Information

NETwork Against Malaria

Location: Belleville, IL - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Margaret McGlynn
Belleville, IL United States
$11,307 raised of $30,000 goal
126 donations
$18,693 to go
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