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Click here to learn more. We are pleased to report that over eleven Ugandan clubs have now joined the grant with committed funding contributions as a result of our meetings at the DCA and the great Rotary galvanizing work of the Nateete Club. During the week of July 10 — 14, the Rotary Club of Mansa launched its project to prevent malaria by providing bednets and malaria prevention education to five boarding schools and inmates at the Mansa Corrections facility—a total of more than 2, beneficiaries.
Mansa Rotarians escorted the visiting Rotarians to the beneficiary schools: St. We have accomplished the project objectives: 1. Create the community-based infrastructure for precise household level malaria surveillance and targeted control. Develop sustainable community funding of the intervention post-project. Only 5. This result helps to validate the computer model predictions, the hypothesis of the research team, and the incredible excitement of the communities that are doing this work with us.
Phase I delivered 7, anti-malaria mosquiteros in Phase II will deliver 10, more PermaNet 3. The nets will arrive in Iquitos in May Distribution is planned for malaria hotspots in villages along Amazon tributary rivers and in communities along the Iquitos-Nauta road. Trips will be based out of Iquitos. The dates for these working trips will be available soon.
Rotarian Malaria Partners is proud to be a contributing sponsor to a Rotary International Foundation global grant for malaria interventions in Katakwi District, Uganda. In addition, the Rotary global grant has been supplemented by a generous grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to sustain the implementation over a three-year period. This exciting multi-year project uses all current powerful malaria control intervention tools, in addition to health system strengthening, in order to dramatically reduce the transmission of malaria in the two sub counties with high ongoing prevalence despite universal bed net coverage.
These intervention tools include 1 Indoor Residual Spraying IRS 2 test and treatment camps, 3 insecticide treated bed net ITN distribution where there are gaps in universal distribution 4 a strong emphasis on village health care training and 5 critically needed supplies and equipment for the rural Katakwi Health Centre IV, to include anti-malaria drugs, rapid diagnostic test kits for malaria RDTs , X-ray and other basic equipment.