PMI-Supported Project Brings Malaria Education To Schools In Uganda

USAID/Medium: A “Malaria Smart School”
Caitlin Christman, technical adviser with the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative in USAID’s Bureau for Global Health, discusses a PMI-supported initiative in Uganda to promote malaria education and prevention efforts in schools, writing, “Through these health clubs and the lessons learned at school, these children are encouraging seemingly small, yet powerful actions in the fight against malaria  —  both in their homes and communities  —  that will help pave the way towards a malaria-free world” (5/6).

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