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Concerned health provider
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Concerned health provider
There should be no debate al all about whether a mosquito net, used correctly, prevents malaria, and Nyasa Times should be in the forefront to advance this information. Mosquito nets do not completely eliminate malaria, but wherever they are used, the numbers of people suffering from malaria significantly drop, as well as deaths from malaria. Just having a bednet hanging in your house can kill mosquitoes or prevent them from entering the house, even if you are not sleeping under it constantly. Malaria also has a major role to play in pregnant women having sick and premature babies. People living… Read more »
Mark Saoneka
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I think the best way the US shud do is to continue giving the aid while Malawi gvt is catching and prosecuting the thieves. Its not good idea to punish local poor Malawians for the wrongs of few unconsiderate officers at Capital Hill, pliz think otherwise.

Tonde
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Kodi mbwezera chitetezo tikamupeza kuti? I need that shit for my big china made mosquito net

south offender
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we will die forsure how could these people killing season

Monitoring specialist
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Monitoring specialist
Distributing mosquito nets is waste of time and money. I was involved in an NGO distributing nets and once compiled records of how many nets ministry of health and other NGOS have been distributing. More than 30 million is conservative estimate and these are long lasting nets, taking 5 years or so to perish. We have only 15 million people in Malawi so even if each was using one net and not sharing, there are already 2 nets per person. Is it any wonder some use the nets for fishing or gardening or as screens for toilets? There are too… Read more »
tvendort
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Koma azungu awa mxiiiii

Funzo
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Corruption harms the population but still it goes on, led by those who are more concerned about the sins of homosexuality and lining their own pockets than the plight of the people. Malawi will forever suffer until governance is efficient and honest.