The Insecticide-Treated Mosquito Net Is A Necessary Tool For Communities To Fight Malaria: Zero Malaria Starts With Me movement by the Most At Risk Populations' Society in Uganda (MARPS in Uganda)

At MARPS in Uganda we say that the insecticide treated mosquito net is a necessary tool is because it saves pregnant mothers and children under five, from mosquito bites.

The mosquito net makes it easier for breast-feeding mothers to secure their babies' health under an insecticide treated mosquito net while they work.

Always use an insecticide treated mosquito net to avoid mosquito bites.

That mosquito which causes malaria can be stopped when we all make up our minds to do something.
Sleep under an insecticide treated mosquito-net!

The world's poorest and most marginalised people are hardest hit by malaria, and they are also likely to be the most affected by #COVID19. This #WorldMalariaDay we are reminded of the importance of building secure health systems to defend against disease. πŸ₯ #HealthForAll

We are in the middle of a global health crisis. Now more than ever, it's time to call on governments to ensure we have strong health systems in place to protect against existing diseases like malaria and emerging ones like #COVID19, and secure #HealthForAll. πŸ₯🩺 #WorldMalariaDay #endmalaria

This #WorldMalariaDay, we urge leaders to sustain and increase their investments to #endmalaria which prevent almost 100m cases and save nearly 600k lives each year, including the most vulnerable – pregnant women and children 🀰🏿 πŸ‘ΆπŸΎ #ZeroMalariaStartswithMe

#DYK investing to #endmalaria increases the capacity of health workers πŸ‘©πŸΎ‍⚕️ πŸ‘¨πŸ½‍⚕️and helps build more resilient health systems πŸ₯? This #WorldMalariaDay we call on global leaders to strengthen our first line of defence against disease #ZeroMalariaStartswithMe

Sustained global investment to #endmalaria prevents almost 100m cases of #malaria and saves nearly 600k lives each year! πŸ™ŒπŸ½ πŸ™Œ We must close the $2bn annual funding gap to reach the most vulnerable people with the life-saving malaria interventions they need. πŸ“ˆ #WorldMalariaDay

We can be the generation to #endmalaria. This #WorldMalariaDay join me to declare #ZeroMalariaStartswithMe πŸ’ͺ πŸ’ͺ🏿 and learn more about the global movement πŸŒ recognising our power and responsibility to ensure no one dies from a mosquito bite 🦟 at

#DYK more countries than ever are closer to eliminating #malaria? This #WorldMalariaDay we urge global leaders to make targeted investments πŸŽ― to propel regions like the Americas and countries on the verge of elimination to #endmalaria! #ZeroMalariaStartswithMe

Malaria is an unfair disease that still puts half the world at risk. Pregnant women and children 🀰🏿 πŸ‘ΆπŸΎ in sub-Saharan Africa suffer the most. On #WorldMalariaDay we must take a stand against this deadly disease to create a #ZeroMalaria world in a generation. #ZeroMalariaStartsWithMe

This #WorldMalariaDay ask our world leaders to power innovation πŸ’‘ so we can develop better ways to fight this deadly disease and be the generation to #endmalaria. ✊ ✊🏽 ✊🏿 #ZeroMalariaStartsWithMe

World leaders must champion our malaria researchers and scientists πŸ”¬ who every day bring us one step closer to a #ZeroMalaria world. πŸ‘ πŸ‘πŸΌ πŸ‘πŸΏ New tools for prevention, as well as early diagnosis and treatment of malaria can help us fight back. #WorldMalariaDay #ZeroMalariaStartsWithMe

Malaria continues to fight back and steal our futures. 🦟 But this #WorldMalariaDay I’m asking you to take a stand to demand action and investment from our world leaders to #endmalaria once and for all ✊ ✊🏽 ✊🏿 #ZeroMalariaStartsWithMe

It’s unfair that half the world still lives at risk of malaria πŸ’” I won’t allow it to hold us back anymore, we will reach #ZeroMalaria. The future is in our hands, together, let’s #endmalaria. #WorldMalariaDay ✊ ✊🏽 ✊🏿 #ZeroMalariaStartsWithMe

Zero Malaria Starts with Me is a continent-wide campaign to eliminate malaria. The campaign will spark grassroots movements in which all stakeholders—political leaders, the private sector, communities, and other members of society—commit to the fight against malaria.

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