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Malaria, it only takes one mosquito bite

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Created on 09 July 2009
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This one minute video shows the impact of mosquito nets on the prevention of Malaria. It is the most proven and cost-effective way to save lives is with a $7 bed-net. Insecticide-treated nets provide a protective barrier around families, especially at night when malaria-carrying mosquitoes strike. A single net can protect one or more children for up to five years.

More info: www.malariabites.net
Produced by: Canadian Red Cross
Language: English also available in French



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