Strengthening community-based malaria prevention and surveillance interventions is a three-year project funded by the James Percy Foundation. As part of the project, health extension workers like Beletech, are trained to monitor and detect malaria outbreaks in their communities. Beletech has been a health extension worker for 13 years and is responsible for providing key health services where she lives in the Afama Garo kebele — a village of approximately 8,000 people — in Boloso Sore district of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and People’s Region. Read about her experiences.
Country: EthiopiaKeywords: Malaria | Vector control | SDGs
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