World Malaria Day - Tanzania
Malaria is one of the main diagnosis in MSF’s health facilities in Nduta refugee camp in Tanzania. In 2018, medical teams treated over 67’000 patients for malaria – while still high, it is much less than it used to be. Thanks to comprehensive activities to control the malaria transmission, the number of malaria patients in the camp could be reduced by 50% in the past two years. To prevent Malaria in Nduta camp, new types of treated mosquito nets are used by MSF to repel and kill mosquitoes, including those resistant to insecticide. Over the past 2 years, MSF distributed around 80’000 of these mosquito nets.
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