Mozambique

Bed nets can make all the difference as they prevent deadly malaria
Nets Can Make All the Difference
Bed nets can make all the difference as they prevent deadly malaria

In Mozambique, thousands more become ill from malaria each day.

Treating malaria takes enormous resources from the national health budget.  

Farmers miss weeks of work in the fields, shopkeepers' stores are closed for days, and children miss school regularly all because of this terrible disease.  

Nearly every family in Mozambique suffers in some way because of malaria—a disease that is preventable with a simple insecticide-treated bed net.

That's why children smile so big when they receive bed nets provided by Nothing But Nets supporters.  They know they will be safe from deadly malaria.

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Life-Saving Nets in Mozambique

Population at risk for malaria: 25,200,000

Malaria cases in 2012: 1,813,984

Malaria deaths in 2012: 2,818

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Nothing But Nets in Mozambique

As in most countries in Africa, malaria is one of Mozambique’s greatest public health challenge and a leading cause of death for children. According to the National Malaria Control Program, it is estimated that 36,000 children under the age of five die from malaria each year in Mozambique.

In honor of World Malaria Day 2011, Nothing But Nets partnered with the United Methodist Committee for Relief (UMCOR) to train approximately 550 community volunteers and distribute 130,000 life-saving bad nets.

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