The sound that keeps mothers up at night

The sound that keeps mothers up at night is the buzz of malaria-carrying mosquitoes.

Too many mothers across Zambia don't sleep as soundly as they should.  

They hear the buzz of malaria-carrying mosquitoes and worry that a bite will transmit this deadly disease to their child.

Malaria is a leading cause of death of children under 5 in Zambia.  Many more become gravely ill with this disease.

It keeps parents away from the fields or office for weeks sometimes and children miss many days of school each year.

But this is a disease that is preventable.  All is takes is a simple insecticide-treated bed net to give a mother a peaceful night of sleep because she knows that her children are safe from malaria.

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