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Stomping Out Malaria

Peace Corps Volunteers are working with local people, NGOs and the President's Malaria Initiative to eradicate the disease. Malaria kills more than 660,000 people every year, 90 percent of them in sub-Saharan Africa. One of Peace Corps' initiatives is Stomping Out Malaria in Africa, a program to mobilize more than 3,000 Peace Corps Volunteers across the continent to make a significant, timely and lasting impact in malaria prevention.
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Malaria pre-elimination in Senegal | Making Malaria History

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Malaria pre-elimination in Senegal | Making Malaria History

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Peace Corps Volunteers in Madagascar publish a children's book about preventing malaria

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‘Soa and the Moka.’ A Biting Tale by Raegan and Patrick Spencer |

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Stomping Out Malaria: Collaborate. Share. Act. End it.

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#Malaria #Infographic. Click to enlarge.

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Malaria’s Terrible Toll

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Stomping Out Malaria in Africa - Peace Corps

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Interactive malaria infographic

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The numbers game : Nature

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Until new nets are available, Peace Corps Volunteer Jean DeMarco works in the rural areas of Ethiopia with a local Health Extension Worker to install preexisting nets.

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Stomp Out Malaria

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The power of insecticide treated mosquito nets. For more information about how Reach Global helps educate women and girls on health: www.reach-global.org And to donate: is.gd/Hh6pmC

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To celebrate World Malaria Day in 2012, Volunteers around Madagascar painted 16 murals with community groups, using them as an introduction to many other malaria prevention projects in their communities

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Participants in the World Malaria Day march from the upper heights of Bonga, Ethiopia, to its low, malaria-prone valley carrying signs raising awareness of malaria and malaria prevention.

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Chuck Adams: A Malaria Blind Spot |

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