World Malaria Day in 10 photos

In 2014, the Government of Chad, with support from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and UNICEF, launched a mass campaign to distribute nearly 7.3 million long lasting insecticide-treated mosquito nets. Nearly 10 million people received protection against malaria for the next three years. This is a positive progress in accelerating child survival and development in Chad. Mothers and children are now safe from the threat of malaria, one of the leading cause of infant mortality in the country. On the Occasion of the World Malaria Day 2015, We are thankful to the Global Fund for their continuous contributions and support in Chad. #DefeatMalaria

A woman is pushing containing water fetch from the Bologo health center. The center is one of the collection points for the free insecticide nets campaign. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
A woman is pushing containing water fetch from the Bologo health center. The center is one of the collection points for the free insecticide nets campaign.
Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
Herds of cattle in Tchoua, a farming community. The Tandjilé is a very fertile areas and a transhumance corridor. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
Herds of cattle in Tchoua, a farming community. The Tandjilé is a very fertile areas and a transhumance corridor. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
A reservoir of polluted water in Tchao. Communities use this water for livestock and agriculture. Mosquitos prefer stagnant water within which they can lay their eggs. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
A reservoir of polluted water in Tchao. Communities use this water for livestock and agriculture. Mosquitos prefer stagnant water within which they can lay their eggs. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
Kelo is one of the beneficiary towns. Mounira Mitchala a famous Chadian artist was the ambassador of the campaign. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
Kelo is one of the beneficiary towns. Mounira Mitchala, a famous Chadian artist, was the ambassador of the campaign. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
Field workers issuing the free insecticide net ticket to  Ms Brigitte after her household has been registered in Kelo. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
Field workers issuing a free insecticide net ticket to Ms Brigitte after her household has been registered in Kelo. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
Field workers marking a house as indication that the household is verified for free mosquito nets collection in Kelo. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
Field workers marking a house as indication that the household is verified for free mosquito nets collection. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
People from Bologo are collecting their free insecticide collection nets at the health center. Sleeping under mosquito nets is one of the most efficient way of preventing malaria. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
People from Bologo are collecting their free insecticide collection nets at the health center. Sleeping under mosquito nets is one of the most efficient way of preventing malaria. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
Nidja Kagui and his family are thankful to the Global Fund and its partners for this campaign. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
Nidja Kagui and his family are thankful to the Global Fund and its partners for this campaign. Global Fund/2014/Esiebo
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