Provide mosquito nets for families in high risk areas of the Amazon

Peruvian Boy Hiding Under a Table of Malaria Results - Courtesy of AidJoy.org

According to the World Health Organization, “about 3.3 billion people—half of the world's population—are at risk of contracting malaria.” Malaria is the main cause of crisis in much of the Amazon. At best, families are temporarily deprived of their primary caregivers and breadwinners. At worst, malaria can kill children, pregnant women, the elderly, and the infirm.

The Center for Disease Control states that “Insecticide-treated bed nets (ITNs) are a form of personal protection that has repeatedly been shown to reduce severe disease and mortality due to malaria in endemic regions.”

With your donation of $10, you can keep a family safe from malaria by providing them with a large mosquito net treated with permethrin (an all-natural insecticide). $100 will enable a community of 10 families with this essential means of prevention.

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