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The Department for International Development (DFID) of the United Kingdom has awarded Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs (CCP) £5,500,000 (approximately $8 million) to scale up an electronic coupon (e-coupon) strategy for continuous distribution of long lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs)
On the morning of October 2nd, families in Koforidua, Ghana awoke to cries of “Donkomi! Donkomi!” Rushing to the market to find out what was on sale (“Donkomi” means “limited time discount” in Twi), men and women were greeted by a team busily issuing e-coupons
A new video released by the NetWorks project shows methods used by Senegalese families to personalize their mosquito nets while maintaining functionality. By matching nets to home decoration, families are encouraged to use their nets consistently, NetWorks’ overarching goal.
As part of the World Malaria Day celebration, the NetWorks Project launched a net distribution effort today. Nets are being given out at schools across two Local Government Areas (LGA) in Cross Rivers State, Nigeria. Staff project that approximately 21,000 nets will be distributed in
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