This program is an activity of the UNESCO Global Action Programme (GAP) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

PREVENTING CHILDHOOD MALARIA DEATH IN RURAL GUNGU AND MALARIA CARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER

Your title/position Founder and President of Administrative Council
Type of Enterprise non-profit organization
Year the ngo or company was founded JANUARY 2015
Bronze  3rd Prize Winner Best Projects People\'s Choice Award Winner Best Ideas
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Explain your project in details:

Malaria is a life-threatening disease caused by parasites that are transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes (WHO). "Any death from malaria , a preventable and treatable disease – is simply unacceptable," said Dr Pedro Alonso, Director of WHO’s Global Malaria Programme.Our project has two objetives : 1. To reduce by at least 70 percent the number of malaria illnesses and deaths among children in twelves remote rural communities in Gungu in 24 months . By: •Providing more than 150 000 families residing in twelves villages in rural Gungu with health education on how to ensure a malaria vector (mosquito)-free environment in their homes. •Build the capacity of 100 village health assistants to be able to accurately diagnose malaria as well as provide correct treatment to people especially under-5 children in rural Gungu . •Provide and distribute 200 000 insecticide treated bednets to families with under-5 children in rural Gungu so as to protect them from malaria. •Provide village health posts in Gungu with supply of essential antimalaria medicines for treatment under-5 children whose parents are too poor to afford malaria treatment costs. 2. To build the center for Malaria Control , research and prevention that will envision a world where no child will die from a mosquito bite.On this center ,our work will provide best evidence for policy and practice in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of malaria that will be important to make a significant contribution to international efforts to reduce the burden of malaria by influencing global practice and policy with high quality, relevant research across 27 high-burden countries in sub-Saharan Africa ,Greater Mekong Subregion and Americas.

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Impact of your enterprise on sustainable development

Malaria is the most important single cause of frequent work and school absenteeism, anemia, poor growth and delay in achieving developmental.Our project will directly save the lives of about 200 000 children in Gungu and boost their development ;It will also boost the productivity of the average community member.Because malaria accounts for about 80% of healthcare costs for families in this region, this project will ultimately contribute to poverty reduction in the target as more disposable income accrues to families to cater for their other needs.If we educate families on how to ensure a malaria vector (mosquito)-free environment, as well as provide families with insecticide treated bednets, we will be able to reduce the number of malaria illnesses and deaths in children by at least 70%.Our centrer will Control Program focused on delivering, monitoring,laboratory research and evaluating interventions at the grassroots level, including: bed net distribution, case detection and treatment, operational research, and behavior change communications, such as teaching people how to properly hang a net in Sub-saharan Africa ,Greater Mekong Subregion and Americas with strategies to carry out cutting edge research and development in all aspects of the disease that will lead to the elimination of malaria , to conduct qualitative and ethnographic research to understand contexts of risk, illness experience, caregiving and social attitudes towards malaria.We will engage in advocacy on malaria at local, national and international fora where Malaria continues to be strong and greatest economic loses, This project aim to reach the 2030 malaria goals under SDG 3 and with strong commitment by all, it will also reduce poverty and create healthier, more equitable societies .

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Sustainability and future plans

SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI(means solidarity in the world ) , we aim to set up our representatives office in the countries with high burden of Malaria and to improve the quality of life of the population .We will use a combination of approaches with the National programmes of fight against Malaria in 27 countries in sub-Saharan Africa,Greater Mekong Subregion and Americas depending on their specific needs and the situation , the World health Organization and others partners to do the following activities: - To connects researchers and clinicians in malaria-endemic countries with cutting-edge DNA sequencing technologies and genomic research.-train healthcare professionals, community health workers in diagnosis and treatment, as well as to more effectively distribute bed nets, medications, rapid diagnosis tools,intermittent preventive treatment in pregnancy ,indoor residual spraying (IRS) with insecticides to promote healthy communities and families. - helping to prevent and control malaria through systems-strengthening assistance that is vital to effective and sustainable malaria control. -High quality diagnosis and treatment for Malaria and other febrile illnesses. -We will organize every year 10K Run to fight Malaria along with conducting the Awareness Program On Malaria, engaging leaders , music icons and sports heroes to deliver lifesaving health education to ensure families sleep under nets and seek timely testing and treatment. We are a non-governmental organization (NGO) committed to addressing Human development and policy issues by investing to vulnerable people to build sustainable, healthy and productive communities. The financial SOURCE come from: -Membership fees; - Grants from Partners - Income generate Activities authorized by Congolese than international law

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Your profile as an entrepreneur

I m 22 years old , Since the creation of my organization, I have carried out activities of which you will find the pictures in appendix; Campaigns have been carried out with the aim of sensitizing the vulnerable children and women of Gungu and its twelve sectors. Your association is the first to arrive here in Gungu with innovation and then humanitarian actions never seen, Take courage (said: Administrator of the Territory of Gungu, His Excellency Mr. Tresor Kitambala). we identified more than seven thousand five hundred (7,500) malnourished (orphans, abandoned children and street children) and caring them. I set up an Entrepreneurship Program for vulnerable women since the beginning of February 2017. This program is part of an associative project enabling vulnerable women to highlight initiatives to create activities that generate Sustainable incomes that restore hope, restoring a certain level of normality in their daily lives and improving their prospects for themselves and their families. These women benefited from project management and management training to ensure the success of their small business. At the end of this training, each woman was awarded an annual micro-financing. Women use it to launch businesses in various sectors. Among our specific objectives, our organization aims to promote sexual, reproductive and child health in the preventive, curative and palliative aspect. In this context, I have signed a partnership with the General Hospital of Reference of Gungu to save a life at birth .I have signed a partnership with Vitamin Angels, a not-for-profit organization located in United States of America In collaboration we encourage and support complementary education on the basics of nutrition and its importance in saving lives for mothers and and children under five years of age at risk of of malnutrition by reducing preventable diseases,blindness

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Comments

October 21, 2017 20:44

Congratulations Louison for being a Winner in the Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition! You have an incredible project that will make a tremendous impact for your community and beyond. Best of luck in your continued success!

Congratulations!!

Chloe

Lucas Quirino Freitas

September 2, 2017 02:14

Please give him this awesome chance! His work can help save millions of children, in a world where non developed countries have the best opportunities, him and his project can give a little hope for those people!

September 1, 2017 04:04

*Message for 11:59pm, August 31st, 2017*

Hello My Dear Friends.

Thank you all for your constructive comments, contributions, support, encouragement and motivation. I do appreciate your presence on this great platform that brought us together for over 3 months. Our ideas and projects are unique and impressive and should be chanelled to the transformation of the World we live in.

It can take just one idea to change the world. So, we should keep supporting and encouraging one and another in the implementation and progress of our ideas and projects. We can come in partnership to see to the implementation of a particular idea. Together, we stand and I believe in the spirit of team. We shouldn’t depart from the resilient entrepreneurial drive and spirit, this platform (Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Campus) rooted in us.

I wish us, success as we go out to make our communities, nations, society and the World proud.

Congratulations to us, all!

WE MADE IT!!

BEST OF LUCK!!

September 1, 2017 03:41

Dear Resiliant Entrepreneur,

It's the end of the competition, I want to urge you to not leave this community without the contact (email especially) of as many other entrepreneurs on this platform. You never can tell what your further conversations may produce.

It's the power of networking and leverage I'm talking about...
Here's my email [email protected] looking forward to hearing from you.

Regards
Seth

September 1, 2017 00:25

Congratulations, you are a winner!!!
We have all been waiting to hear this.
Winning or loosing for me is a perspective. It depends on how you look at it.
What you do next is what's important.
A wise man said " He who fights and run lives to fight another day".
Its interesting, there are two phases to this statement. I hope you really really get it.
Don't give up, stay connected and you have already won.

I am waiting to hear your idea in the news.

Emmanuel-EDUPAY

August 31, 2017 23:57

Bye fellow entrepreneur:
As I say good buy, I must say it has been an astounding time reading so many great entries.
I went through the details of your idea and was indeed very impressed. Would you be kind enough to please explain to me as how you got this idea? Equally importantly, who were (are) the people who inspired you for you to come up with this idea.
Take care and all the very best!
Shuhra

August 31, 2017 23:44

There are just a few hours before the end of this wonderful competition and I want to thank you for all you did here, especially your contribution to my project. Best wishes for all your future endeavors and never give up on your dreams! Be a dreamer! That is the most important characteristic in life!
Best regards,
Andrei

August 31, 2017 22:38

Dear all;
Your comment is helpful, Thank you for you appreciation and a constructive suggestion.
As the YCEC draws closest to close take this from me,I am wishing all the best for all enterpreneurship campus comunity members.
I am glad that I was able to read your mind blowing project.
Best wishes for your success and thank you so much for your support on my project.
Really I am glad that you are doing such great works and for you Enterpreunerial sprit. I fully support your efforts.

I wish you all the success and all the best ma dear.

Good luck! THANK YOU all once again!
Abdisa B.
[email protected]

August 31, 2017 22:16

Hello fellow passenger,

You might have heard the famous song "What I've done" by Linkin park. The lyrics have been beautifully carved by the late singer Chester Bennington. The song covers the ways in which our so called development has helped only a handful of the upper society members, whereas people are still living in poverty.

We have a great platform here which is urging super brains from around the world to come together and collaborate with their ideas and help make this world a better place to live in. You have been a part of this community and I congratulate you on your effort that you have put in.

Thanks once again and all the best for the future
Regards,
Team GreenSpace

August 31, 2017 22:09

Hello my fellow traveler, How are you feeling as our road ends temporarily?
I have just seen your entry and have been thoroughly impressed by it. Will you be willing to collaborate incase you want to set it up on ground?
I would like to be in touch with you,
Cheers from Kabul.
Shuhra

August 31, 2017 21:08

hi,
All the best for your project.As today is the last day of competition I am glad that I was able to read your mind blowing project.
Best wishes for your success and thank you so much for your support on my project.

August 31, 2017 21:08

hi,
All the best for your project.As today is the last day of competition I am glad that I was able to read your mind blowing project.
Best wishes for your success and thank you so much for your support on my project.

August 31, 2017 20:31

Comrades,
In this fight for a sustainable future, what we need is innovation; something which is not necessarily new, but which makes us look at things from a different angle.

I believe this is one of the major motives of this community which we are a part of. Taking one step together hand in hand towards our goal is the only way we can achieve it.

So I wish you the very best in this endeavour of yours and hope to see you together in the new tomorrow

Regards,
Team GreenSpace

August 31, 2017 19:36

Hi Louis on
It might be more that one time to see my comment of this kind but its because they meant a lot in your project so take note of them.. Your own success may not mean anything if those who raised you are suffering and are expecting their children to suffer the same, You must do something to help your community for today and in future just like this project you have submitted. Success comes when every
one wishes that you were there (from my inner thinking).
Congratulations for the good and far vision you have.
Uledi Kimbavala
Zero hunger is possible.

August 31, 2017 19:28

Comrades,
In this fight for a sustainable future, what we need is innovation; something which is not necessarily new, but which makes us look at things from a different angle.

I believe this is one of the major motives of this community which we are a part of. Taking one step together hand in hand towards our goal is the only way we can achieve it.

So I wish you the very best in this endeavor of yours and hope to see you together in the new tomorrow

Regards,
Team GreenSpace

August 31, 2017 19:04

Yes, it was a wonderful journey !
a. Reading them gives me good bumps. Will you be able to give me some more details about your proposal?
b. Also, please go through my IDEA called EDU-CELL and if you like it, please vote.
c. This is what I could think when I saw your proposal. Truly inspirational and positive initiative from your side that is sending ripples amongst my friends and relatives. If you think it will be applicable in Afghanistan, please send me the details.
Thank You !
Truly, Shuhra K, Afghanistan

August 31, 2017 18:12

I SEND MY THANK YOU FROM KABUL!
WHAT A JOURNEY AND WHAT A PROPOSALTHE SIMPLICITY OF YOUR IDEA WAS JUST TOO GOOD. WHAT ABOUT YOU? HAVE YOU BEEN ABLE TO SEE MY PROPOSAL? IT IS CALLED EDU-CELL TO HELP THE SCHOOL EDUCATION IN AFGHANISTAN. INTERESTED? CLICK AND DOUBLE CLICK!!
SIGNIING OFF, SHUHRA

August 31, 2017 17:42

Thank You my dear!
Three thoughts come to my mind as we end:
(a) Will we be in touch?
(b) It is a small and beautiful world
(c) All the best
Bye for now!
S. Koofi, Kabul

August 31, 2017 17:08

THANK YOU!
THANK YOU FOR READING MY PROPOSAL. I HAVE READ AND EVALUATED YOUR INITIATIVE AND I CANNOT BUT HELP GIVING IT MY HIGHEST COMPLIMENTS. HOW DID YOU MANAGE TO THINK OF SUCH A WONDERFUL IDEA, I WONDER?
ONCE GAIN A BIG THANK YOU FROM MY SIDE.
SK

Thais

August 31, 2017 15:00

It is a great and important project to save kid\\\'s lifes. Congratulations for the initiative. In a world full of selfish people, we still see some who love and care about others.

Gabriela

August 31, 2017 14:39

It is a wonderful project. My english is very poor so i will kept It simple. I think is very interesting what you are doing and i hope your project be as nice as It seems

Luiz H Hoffmann

August 31, 2017 11:19

Such an important project, hope he can reach his objective as soon as possible. Fingers crossed here, congratuation man! djsauhausajsasidnasdonsakdpsadpnjdnsmpdnafjdsnk\panuidsdonadifpsndapovnasdoisapfidsjdsajdfiosakdjlaspvfioskadljdsaoifsd\kjsopgfkdjsospan´fadljsanipof\dlknsapf\uoadsinksafipcd\nxoakdas\ifpdoxnksmvpga sj\nkozxldnavagu\wajdokncsapig\ofnak

August 31, 2017 09:49

Dear Leader,

We are coming to the end of this awesome competition and I appreciate your efforts, drive and support on my idea, 'AfricEnergy'.

No matter how the result comes out, we should always be focused on implementing our unique ideas and projects for the improvement of the World.

Thank you for your contributions, advice and encouragement so far. I hope to connect with you via [email protected]

Best of Luck!

August 31, 2017 03:33

Hello,

This entrepreneurship-campus platform has been amazing it has enabled us to see all the enthusiasts and to share our passion and experiences to learn from each other. Good luck with your work and wishing you all the success on your journey. Please try to keep in touch; this is important to me as I find this inspirational.

I appreciate all your votes, valuable feedback, advice, and suggestions. For me it has helped me to improve my ideas and also helps me to win and learn from the ideas that you have given me.

Best of Luck! And keep it up

Kindest regards

Julia

August 31, 2017 03:14

É um dos projetos mais importantes que eu já vi. Esse homem é um anjo, e ele precisa levar isso a quem necessita! Todos os projetos tem a sua importância, mas ficarei muito feliz se ele ganhar! Deus te abençoe muito!

August 31, 2017 00:44

What a proposal! I am truly amazed.
So many good thoughts including yours. Reading them gives me good bumps. Will you be able to give me some more details about your proposal? And on a different note, won’t it be great if you have a quick glance at my IDEA called EDU CELL.
Take care!
Shuhra (Kabul) ……………!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Matheus Salgado

August 31, 2017 00:12

Dear Louison,

Awesome project!
You're surely going to be a great doctor, just like the human being that you already are.
It's so nice when we see that the youth do have the potential to change the way things are done
and by thus, change a little bit of the World - for the better!
It's such a honor to have you in Brazil with us.

Keep it up :)

LidiSilva

August 30, 2017 23:49

Ótima ideia!!! Isso vai salvar muitas vidas! To torcendo muito e espero que ganhe! Parabéns por desenvolver uma pesquisa tão relevante!
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Great idea!!!!!
This will save many lives!!!!
I vote for it!!!!!
Hope it wins!
Congrats for helping people and develop such relevant project!!!!!!!!!!!!!

August 30, 2017 23:29

Hello Loiuson ! The man with highest vote. I am so encouraged with your passion in carrying people along to vote for your project. Brother ! You are doing great and hope to meet great mind like you soon if destined.

Your brother;
Ayobami
S-HomeDev project
Sinnot Technologies (Nigeria)

August 30, 2017 22:40

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Greetings from Afghanistan!
Awesone. Fantastic. Relevant. These are the three words that came to my mind when I read your proposal. Congratulations. If you get a moment, would you be kind enough to read my proposal (IDEAS) called EDU-CELL from Afghanistan? And if you do manage to read it, would you be kind enough to vote if you like the IDEA? And if I am not asking too much, please forward the link to your friends and family.
Thanks in anticipation!
Shuhra K

karella

August 30, 2017 22:22

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August 30, 2017 21:31

Hello fellow traveler!
I must say that I found your idea truly inspiring. I would like to know more about it? Do you think you can give me more details about your proposal so I can understand it more and give ffedbakc as well as evaluate if it can be done in my country?
I would also like to request you to please my IDEA called EDU-CELL. DO you think it is relevant in your country. If yes, let me know. I can even help in establishing it in your place during the course of this year!
Have a great day…
SHUHRA

rafaelle

August 30, 2017 21:26

Espero que esse projeto seja escolhido! Muito boa a iniciativa de levar qualidade de vida e cura a essas pessoas que contam com tão pouca ajuda governamental. Sei que o esforço é grande e a batalha está longe de terminar, mas torço muito para que dê tudo certo.

August 30, 2017 20:49

Hello my friend,
May I entreat you to read my entry EDU CELL. I have read your and must say it is fantastic. How did you come up with the idea, I wonder? Who helped you?
Bye for now,
Shuhra.

August 30, 2017 20:17

Hiii!!!!!!!
As we are in to the last day of the competition, I am taking this opportunity to thank you for your valuable comments, votes and suggestions. Your project is very much interesting and helpful and I wish you would be there in the finals. I am concluding by this words-
"Often the difference between a successful person and a failure is not one has better abilities or ideas, but the courage that one has to bet on one’s ideas, to take a calculated risk – and to act".
I am wishing you to be a successful person.

REGARDS
AJITH MATHEW
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

August 30, 2017 20:05

What a proposal! I am truly amazed.
So many good thoughts including yours. Reading them gives me good bumps. Will you be able to give me some more details about your proposal? And on a different note, won’t it be great if you have a quick glance at my IDEA called EDU CELL.
Take care!
Shuhra (Kabul)

August 30, 2017 20:05

What a proposal! I am truly amazed.
So many good thoughts including yours. Reading them gives me good bumps. Will you be able to give me some more details about your proposal? And on a different note, won’t it be great if you have a quick glance at my IDEA called EDU CELL.
Take care!
Shuhra (Kabul)

August 30, 2017 19:19

Hello my fellow traveler, How are you?
I have just seen your entry and have been thoroughly impressed by it. Do you think you can also see my entry and give me some constructive criticism / feedback so that I am able to improve on the idea even further?
I will be ever so grateful,
Cheers.
Shuhra

Beatriz Mangilli

August 30, 2017 18:51

Eu apoio essa iniciativa, graças aos benefícios que essa pode trazer à população. Parabéns pela (já) conquista. Espero que você realize tal processo com muito sucesso. Boa sorte nessa empreitada.

Lucas Medeiros

August 30, 2017 09:38

I'll undress you, 'cause you're tired
Cover you as you desire
When you fall asleep inside my arms
May not have the fancy things
But I'll give you everything
You could ever want, it's in my arms

So baby tell me yes
And I will give you everything
So baby tell me yes
And I will be all yours tonight
So baby tell me yes
And I will give you everything
I will be right by your side

If I can't find the cure, I'll
I'll fix you with my love
No matter what you know, I'll
I'll fix you with my love
And if you say you're okay
I'm gonna heal you anyway
Promise I'll always be there
Promise I'll be the cure (be the cure)

Rub your feet, your hands, your legs
Let me take care of it, babe
Close your eyes, I'll sing your favorite song
I wrote you this lullaby
Hush now baby, don't you cry
Anything you want could not be wrong

So baby tell me yes
And I will give you everything
So baby tell me yes
And I will be all yours tonight
So baby tell me yes
And I will give you everything
I will be right by your side

If I can't find the cure, I'll
I'll fix you with my love
No matter what you know, I'll
I'll fix you with my love
And if you say you're okay
I'm gonna heal you anyway
Promise I'll always be there
Promise I'll be the cure (be the cure)

I'll fix you with my love
(I'll fix you with my love-lo-love)
I'll fix you with my love
(I'll fix you with my love-lo-love)

If I can't find the cure, I'll
I'll fix you with my love
No matter what you know, I'll
I'll fix you with my love
And if you say you're okay
I'm gonna heal you anyway
Promise I'll always be there
Promise I'll be the cure (be the cure)
Promise I'll be the cure (be the cure)

I'll fix you with my love

August 30, 2017 09:11

Also,

Remember it's not over until it's over.
It may be just a few days to the end of the competition but it's not the end of your dreams
There's still a lot you can achieve.
Stay focused.

Regards

August 30, 2017 09:10

Dear Fellow participant,

You have done well thus far. Only few people will venture relentlessly into the things in which their instincts proposes because sometimes the goal appears too crazy to achieve, so they just retreat.

Actually, someone has said that "The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do."

You may have seen this before but I want to remind you that it's true, only those who are "crazy enough" eventually get results.

Congratulations for been "crazy enough" (seeing beyond normal and following your dreams despite the odds)...

Best wishes,
Seth

August 30, 2017 02:33

Dear campus members,

we are going to the last date to vote and comment on our ideas and projects or the end of the competition. I really appreciate all of you for your constructive questions, suggestions or comments on my project: O-YES Conference International(OIC) https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/14/6396/#vote-container that aims to gather creative and innovators like you.

On this occasion, i would love to tell you that O-YES Foundation kindly invited you to join OIC where you will learn from others and share your ideas to bring a sustainable future for ourselves and community in general.
For more information please contact me via my email [email protected]/[email protected] Mobile: +66915635067 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kemal.abdela.1420
Website: oyesth.org

Wish you success in your life!

Isadora Piovesan Franciscon

August 29, 2017 21:53

Great project! Hope this helps many people.
In a world where no one seems to care with other people anymore, it's actions like this that show otherwise and that there is still hope we can change the world and make it a better place to live.
Thank you!

Leticia Almeida

August 29, 2017 20:36

Great project, lets help the ones in need. If we all get together we can end this horrible situation. Great project, lets help the ones in need. If we all get together we can end this horrible situation.

August 29, 2017 17:32

Dear Entrepreneurship campus member;

Thank you for being here all this while. I appreciate all your effort and appreciation, suggestion, question on my project. I learned a lot from you guys. Really I have no word to describe Entrepreneurship campus members.

Now we are reaching the end of the competition. I want to thank everyone who have been voting and commenting on my project and interest in helping to support CCT--Cities Controlling and Reporting Tool.

I have gone through all your ideas and projects, I have learnt a lot. i will read its again once and I will comment professionally.

Really I am glad that you are doing such great works and for you Enterpreunerial sprit. I fully support your efforts.

Good luck! THANK YOU all once again!

August 29, 2017 16:07

Hello everyone,

Now we are reaching the end of the competition. I want to thank everyone who have been voting and commenting on my ideas and interest in helping support GU.

As all of you said, a visual universal language is needed for this continuously developing society. I am trying my best to launch my Gadaa Universe with the help of you and your constructive comments. We will do whatever it takes to exceed your expectations.

Best of Luck! And keep it up

Kind regards

August 29, 2017 16:06

Hello everyone,

Now we are reaching the end of the competition. I want to thank everyone who have been voting and commenting on my ideas and interest in helping support GU.

As all of you said, a visual universal language is needed for this continuously developing society. I am trying my best to launch my Gadaa Universe with the help of you and your constructive comments. We will do whatever it takes to exceed your expectations.

Best of Luck! And keep it up

Kind regards

Sanlay

August 29, 2017 15:52

This is so important, i Hope he can do this, this people diserve that, Its so hard have that kind of life, and i dont know whats happening in this World, but nobody\'s care with this. How??? Are peoples like us, peoples who needs help to live!!!!
I Just Hope this world wake up, and help this Guy tô do this, thanks Bro, u give me more Hope in this crazy world.

August 29, 2017 14:52

Ahmed El-Ghamry :
Greetings my Colleague ,

Thank you for participating in that great event , it was a great nice Journey , but the best thing of it is meeting good friends like you , I hope every one of you achieve his dreams.
thanks again & best wishes for you.

Ahmed

Me: Hello Dear Ahmed !
Thank you very much for your kind words.
Best wishes for you too.
Louison Mbombo

August 29, 2017 14:49

Team GreenSpace August :
Hello,
Being a part of India's well-known Entrepreneurship Cell of the most prestigious engineering college in India, I have interacted with many startup enthusiasts, have got to know how they think and what are some qualities that set them apart from the ones who are not able to see their idea through. Reading through your idea, I have realised that your idea has that spark which can help it become a successful venture. Coupled with its aim to help the society achieve its goals sustainably, your idea can be something quite helpful for the same.

But before it's implementation, you need to do a "premortem" check on how it can fail. This would prepare you for any uncalled-for circumstances and help you prepare for them accordingly.

Lastly, I would like you to have a look at our idea, GreenSpace, and share your views about the same.

Regards,
Team GreenSpace.

Me:Thank you Team GreenSpace for this message.Let me give a look to your idea
Best regards !
Louison Mbombo

August 29, 2017 14:45

AJITH MATHEW THAKIDIYIL :
Congratulations!!!!!!!
Without change there is no innovation, creativity, or incentive for improvement. Those who initiate change will have a better opportunity to manage the change that is inevitable. So change this world with your idea.
Wishing you all the success and hope you will be there in the finals.

BEST OF LUCK

AJITH MATHEW

Me: Thank you very much Dear Ajith for your kind words.
Best regards !
Louison Mbombo

August 29, 2017 14:42

Emmanuel Douglas Turkson :
Malaria has proven to be the number one killer ailment in our part of the world.
We need a sustainable approach to the issue.
What are some of the indigenous ways the rural people can use to prevent and protect themselves against malaria.

Me: Exactly Emmanuel .Thank you very much for your kind words.
Cheers

August 29, 2017 14:38

Emmanuel :
If i had the chance I would say let all the projects be in the finals but my advice is, beyond YCEC continue to develop your project and make the world a better place through what you have. For me Money is synonymous with IMPACT. The more people you impacted with this project the more money you have and more better the world becomes.
God bless you. Thanks for voting for my idea as I did voted for your project too.
CHEERS.

Me :Hello Dear Emmanuel , I really appreciate all project in this platform , we faced problem and difficulties to relaize our project because we don't have the support .In this context the money is very usefull as an opportunity that can be used to reach our Goals.Investing to end Malaria Death will be benefit for entire economies and we will save lifes.Africa could save 12 billion USD a year .

August 29, 2017 14:31

Lara Rebello:
É muito bom ver pessoas que representam minorias, que são consideradas inferiores mostrando seu verdadeiro valor. Com toda a certeza Brasil está sendo muito bem representado! Espero que todos consigam votar e pare de dar erro. Boa sorte!!

Me : Muito Obrigado Lara .
Vamos votar e torcer para que dê tudo certo .

August 29, 2017 14:28

Isabela:
This is a wonderful project. It is like a dream to think about heathy kids in all the World.
Este e um projeto maravilhoso. É como um sonho pensar sobre crianças saudáveis em todo o mundo.

Me : Thank you very much Isabela , we aim a world where no child will die due a mosquito bite

Isabela

August 29, 2017 14:02

This is a wonderful project. It is like a dream to think about heathy kids in all the World.
Este e um projeto maravilhoso. É como um sonho pensar sobre crianças saudáveis em todo o mundo.

Lara Rebello

August 29, 2017 13:48

É muito bom ver pessoas que representam minorias, que são consideradas inferiores mostrando seu verdadeiro valor. Com toda a certeza Brasil está sendo muito bem representado! Espero que todos consigam votar e pare de dar erro. Boa sorte!!

August 29, 2017 12:43

If i had the chance I would say let all the projects be in the finals but my advice is, beyond YCEC continue to develop your project and make the world a better place through what you have. For me Money is synonymous with IMPACT. The more people you impacted with this project the more money you have and more better the world becomes.
God bless you. Thanks for voting for my idea as I did voted for your project too.
CHEERS.

August 28, 2017 20:44

Malaria has proven to be the number one killer ailment in our part of the world.
We need a sustainable approach to the issue.
What are some of the indigenous ways the rural people can use to prevent and protect themselves against malaria.

August 28, 2017 20:44

Malaria has proven to be the number one killer ailment in our part of the world.
We need a sustainable approach to the issue.
What are some of the indigenous ways the rural people can use to prevent and protect themselves against malaria.

August 28, 2017 20:37

Congratulations!!!!!!!
Without change there is no innovation, creativity, or incentive for improvement. Those who initiate change will have a better opportunity to manage the change that is inevitable. So change this world with your idea.
Wishing you all the success and hope you will be there in the finals.

BEST OF LUCK

AJITH MATHEW

August 28, 2017 19:47

Hello,
Being a part of India's well-known Entrepreneurship Cell of the most prestigious engineering college in India, I have interacted with many startup enthusiasts, have got to know how they think and what are some qualities that set them apart from the ones who are not able to see their idea through. Reading through your idea, I have realised that your idea has that spark which can help it become a successful venture. Coupled with its aim to help the society achieve its goals sustainably, your idea can be something quite helpful for the same.

But before it's implementation, you need to do a "premortem" check on how it can fail. This would prepare you for any uncalled-for circumstances and help you prepare for them accordingly.

Lastly, I would like you to have a look at our idea, GreenSpace, and share your views about the same.

Regards,
Team GreenSpace.

August 28, 2017 16:05

Greetings my Colleague ,

Thank you for participating in that great event , it was a great nice Journey , but the best thing of it is meeting good friends like you , I hope every one of you achieve his dreams.
thanks again & best wishes for you.

Ahmed

August 28, 2017 01:58

Hello My Friend!

Thank you for being here all this while. Your dreams are valid and your project is very viable. Keep thriving and best will keep coming your way.

Best of Luck.

August 27, 2017 20:29

Thank you very much Team Green Space,

As the competition draws to an end. I want to use this opportunity to specially thank everyone that have supported my idea so far (and that includes you), your contributions and criticism are well appreciated.

Thanks again and best wishes
Seth Thomas
CISTEM

August 27, 2017 17:44

Hello dear members of the entrepreneurship community,

I hope you will join us too and learn the GU universal communication system and the Gadaa system practices when the platform and the system implementations are complete and fully ready for use. This work is still under development. I will let you know once it is finished.

Please keep your constructive comments. Your feedback is important! Many thanks to all contributors!

Thank you for supporting GU project. We will notify you as soon as the platform is live.

Best of Luck!

uledi kimbavala

August 27, 2017 16:10

HelloHello Louison Mbombo
It would be not the profit that would make you frustrated in life if you have missed establishing this life saving project but regretting for not doing enough to save people.Congratulation for being innovative and life saving project you have.
You may wish to share your experience in my idea " Zero hunger is possible"
Best of luck!
Uledi Kimbavala
Zero hunger is possible

August 27, 2017 09:47

Dear World Changer,

It's been great having you around, I want to appreciate you for your contribution and support so far in my idea. I wish you the best in yours too and other endeavours.

Best wishes.
Seth Thomas
CISTEM

Belinda ilenge

August 27, 2017 05:01

You are doing such an amazing job, may God bless you above all. You are helping those who don\'t and also preventing malaria in gungu, we have seen everything that you are doing, and we are so speechless. Stay blessed

August 27, 2017 02:13

Hello Great Mind,

You have come a long way with this competition and I want to congratulate you for the resilience you have show so far. I tell you what? It's not going to go unrewarded.

Bill Gates has said that "As we look into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others." I totally agree with the successful software developer!

With that, I want to honestly congratulate you once more for been a leader, especially such that will empower others!

You're relevant and I wish you the best with your project.
I wish that we could network beyond the competition,

Kindest regards,
Seth Thomas
CISTEM
([email protected])

August 27, 2017 02:13

Hello Great Mind,

You have come a long way with this competition and I want to congratulate you for the resilience you have show so far. I tell you what? It's not going to go unrewarded.

Bill Gates has said that "As we look into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others." I totally agree with the successful software developer!

With that, I want to honestly congratulate you once more for been a leader, especially such that will empower others!

You're relevant and I wish you the best with your project.
I wish that we could network beyond the competition,

Kindest regards,
Seth Thomas
CISTEM
([email protected])

August 26, 2017 20:39

Hello,

To all the people who are asking how to join once the GU platform goes live, all you need to do is to create a free account. Please keep an eye out on the website and my social media pages at: http://gadaauniverse.com/

Kind regards

ROSE MARY

August 26, 2017 20:32

Le paludisme (ou malaria) est une pathologie infectieuse tropicale transmise à l'homme par une espèce de moustique endémique de certaines régions d'Afrique, d'Amériques ou d'Asie. Cette maladie est responsable chaque année d'un à trois millions de morts dans le monde. Le paludisme (malaria) est la maladie infectieuse tropicale la plus répandue dans le monde. Elle est due à un parasite (Plasmodium) transmis à l'homme par différentes espèces de moustiques du genre « anophèle ». Le parasite est donc inoculé à l'homme par piqûre d'un moustique de type anophèle porteur de ce parasite. Cette maladie grave peut être mortelle sans traitement approprié.

ROSE MARY

August 26, 2017 20:31

Felicitation Louison pour ton projet de lutter contre le Paludisme
Le paludisme (ou malaria) est une pathologie infectieuse tropicale transmise à l'homme par une espèce de moustique endémique de certaines régions d'Afrique, d'Amériques ou d'Asie. Cette maladie est responsable chaque année d'un à trois millions de morts dans le monde. Le paludisme (malaria) est la maladie infectieuse tropicale la plus répandue dans le monde. Elle est due à un parasite (Plasmodium) transmis à l'homme par différentes espèces de moustiques du genre « anophèle ». Le parasite est donc inoculé à l'homme par piqûre d'un moustique de type anophèle porteur de ce parasite. Cette maladie grave peut être mortelle sans traitement approprié.

ROSE MARY

August 26, 2017 20:29

Felicitation Louison pour ton projet de lutter contre le Paludisme .
Le paludisme (ou malaria) est une pathologie infectieuse tropicale transmise à l'homme par une espèce de moustique endémique de certaines régions d'Afrique, d'Amériques ou d'Asie. Cette maladie est responsable chaque année d'un à trois millions de morts dans le monde. Le paludisme (malaria) est la maladie infectieuse tropicale la plus répandue dans le monde. Elle est due à un parasite (Plasmodium) transmis à l'homme par différentes espèces de moustiques du genre « anophèle ». Le parasite est donc inoculé à l'homme par piqûre d'un moustique de type anophèle porteur de ce parasite. Cette maladie grave peut être mortelle sans traitement approprié.

LEATICIA LUBAKI

August 26, 2017 20:11

Felicitation louison because in a short time the project to fight against the malaria that is on paper will become a reality, all are behind you, we vote massively for the project, that the God of our pregnant protects you.

August 26, 2017 19:56

Day to day we move towards the end of competion, vote until the end for this project that will save more than 200.000 children, vote, comment and share. Let's say stop malaria

August 26, 2017 16:28

Hello Great Mind!

Thank you for your support to AfricEnergy so far. I appreciate your kind words, positive remarks and contribution on my idea.
As you continue to progress in your quest for the improvement of the World, I wish you success and breakthrough.

Best of Luck!

August 26, 2017 16:27

Hello Great Mind!

Thank you for your support to AfricEnergy so far. I appreciate your kind words, positive remarks and contribution on my idea.
As you continue to progress in your quest for the improvement of the World, I wish you success and breakthrough.

Best of Luck!

Mirana Francoise Razafindramboa

August 26, 2017 10:51

LOUISON MBOMBO,

Hello from Madagascar! I am overjoyed with the success of your project "Preventing childhood malaria".
Congratulations for proving that hard work and honesty are indeed the best policies.

Mirana F. Razafindramboa
Halt Poverty Madagascar
https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/14/6736/

August 25, 2017 19:45

Anita Mbah :
Hello Champion!

Did you miss Today's (Friday) Inspiration from YCEC? Here it is; "Change your thoughts and you change the World" - Norman Vincent Peale.

Your project is valid, so are your thoughts. Keeping improving and progressing.

Best of Luck!

Me : Hello Dear Anita ,
haha Hope to be really one of the winners .It is my dream and i will be very happy about it .
Thank you for your kind words .
Wish you the best of luck .

Warmest regards with kind love .
Louison Mbombo .

August 25, 2017 19:41

Seth Thomas Anohwonom :
Dear Louison,

The TRUTH is, your community will not just benefit from such an amazing initiative of yours but that you will forever be remembered for this great change and transformation you'll cause.

Keep up the spirit because it's adorable.
Your kind is scarce, so hard to find around, you're indeed a great leader!
Wish you all the best world changer.

Kindest regards
Thomas Seth
CISTEM

Me: Hello Dear Seth , thank you for your kind words to my project ,let me tell you that if it depend only to me ,i will give the Entrepreneurship Campus Prize to you , I can find in you habilities and full mindset as a genuine Entrepreneur .Good luck to you .
This project will really implement many sustainable development Goals and will tackle the access to health care in Africa and latin America .

Sincerely yours !
Louison Mbombo

August 25, 2017 19:36

Team GreenSpace :
Hi,
After going through your project, I firmly believe that with good management and excellent execution, this project will help the society grow in a sustainable manner. This would have various positive effects on the environment and also the society in general.

I wish you the best for the same.

I would really appreciate if you could go through my idea as well(follow this link https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org Our idea deals with covering an otherwise unused rooftop of a building with green plants and using that space for a multitude of activities.

Thank you
Team GreenSpace

Me: Dear Team GreenSpace ,
Thank you very for your appreciation to my project .
Best regards !

Louison Mbombo

August 25, 2017 19:34

Kemal Abdela August :
Dear MR: LOUISON MBOMBO,
I am very happy to know a visionary young person like you. Your project is very important and save the many lives.
i hope you will work harder towards its full implementation.

Wish all the best, and meet you at O-YES International conference.
cheers

Me : Hello Dear Kemal ,
Thank you very much for your appreciation to my project , we will make a major effort by caring and preventing Malaria that is essencial for the achievement of many sustainable development Goals.
It will be a pleasure to meet you in O-YES International Conference .

Best regards !

August 25, 2017 19:30

Anita Mbah :
An Awesome Day to You, Dear Campus Colleague,

Cheeking through your Project and seeing it progress in this competition leaves me motivated and inspired that with us, our planet will become better and flourish in goodness and development desired by every human being with dreams and aspirations. To keep you moving and staying on in face of challenges as growing Entrepreneurs, it is my pleasure to share this link with you, "7 MOVIES Every Entrepreneur Should Watch", copy and paste this link to view; youtube.com/watch?v=s3x-_yRRUrk

All the best to you in you Idea!

Cheers
Anita Mbah.

Me : Hello Anita ,
Thank you for your effort and your entrepreneurship spirit .I have seen this video too . It is awesome .

Best regards !

Louison Mbombo

August 25, 2017 19:27

AJITH MATHEW THAKIDIYIL :
Hi Louison
Your invention is very much appreciable. People like you are a blessing to the modern world because you are utilizing your skill to help the common people. Keep this spirit throughout your life. The will to do varitiies in life opens up the door of opportunities. So keep this positive attitude always and May God Bless You.
I wish you all the success for this competition and also please vote and comment on my project “AUTOMATIC COCOA BEAN SEPARATING MACHINE”.

Me:Hello Dear AJITH ,
I m happy to read your comment and all your kind words .God bless you too and wish you the success as an Entrepreneur.
Best regards !
Louison Mbombo

August 25, 2017 19:23

Anita Mbah :
Hello Louison.

We are few steps to the announcement day. I want to use this medium to appreciate your effort, progress so far and support to my idea. Never relent, keep pushing and I wish you success, all the way.

Best of Luck!

Me : Hello Anita ,
thank you very much my dear , i wish you only the best .
Good luck .
Warmest regards with kind love .

Louison Mbombo

August 25, 2017 19:19

Uledi Kimbavala :
Dear L.Mbombo
You have a very life saving project which has to be Supported. Then am asking how are you handle cultural and traditional challenges against the use of mosquito nets,in some African Community is not luck of mosquito nets but they are misusing them or Get afraid of the long acting chemical for some nets how will you handle this challenge. Congulatulation for this life saving project.

Me: Dear Uledi ,
This is challenge to tackle also mainly for people in rural area .It why we will train health assistance to explain for the communities about the importance of Mosquito treat bed nets .I thing they will understand .
The knowledge is guide of all action .We will bring knowledge to this population usefull to save their lifes.
Thank you very much for your appreciation to my project .

Sincerely yours !

Louison Mbombo

August 25, 2017 16:46

Hello Champion!

Did you miss Today's (Friday) Inspiration from YCEC? Here it is; "Change your thoughts and you change the World" - Norman Vincent Peale.

Your project is valid, so are your thoughts. Keeping improving and progressing.

Best of Luck!

August 25, 2017 13:47

Dear Louison,

The TRUTH is, your community will not just benefit from such an amazing initiative of yours but that you will forever be remembered for this great change and transformation you'll cause.

Keep up the spirit because it's adorable.
Your kind is scarce, so hard to find around, you're indeed a great leader!
Wish you all the best world changer.

Kindest regards
Thomas Seth
CISTEM

August 24, 2017 17:23

Dear community member,

As the competition deadline is approaching near, we would like some feedback regarding our idea, some ways by which we can tweak it and make it a little better and ready for future execution.
(follow this link https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/12/5961/comments)

Please vote and support our idea.

Thank you in advance.
Team GreenSpace

August 24, 2017 02:11

Hello Louison!

Your project is massive and it's promoting healthy life and well-being through combating malaria in those regions.
I have a question, what have been the challenges you have been facing in your project?

Thank you.

August 23, 2017 20:29

Hello, we all said no to malaria and here we are almost reaching the end of voting, do not lower our hands, vote, share and comment so that together to save the lives of children, congratulations louison

August 23, 2017 20:12

Hello
As we are about to the very end of this competition I give you a bit of encouragement and yet the fact. The competition may reach to an end but the efforts you have shown to your community is great and long lasting, People may come and go but ideas stays forever. This platform is like a family or a classroom where we share all our strength and experience to solve Community challenges.
Your project is real life touching and I hope you're making more good progress to expand it into its full potentia.No matter what challenge you may face..Never give up.
You may wish to share your experience in my idea
ZERO HUNGER IS POSSIBLE FOCUSING FROM LOCAL COMMUNITY LEVEL
Best of luck!
Uledi Kimbavala
"ZERO HUNGER IS POSSIBLE"

August 23, 2017 19:54

Hello Louison ,
Congratulation for your effort to prevent Malaria and Mosquito bite .
The Protection against mosquito bites requires the use of impregnated bed nets, continuous diffusion insecticide and skin repellent, and the wearing of light and covering clothing (long sleeves, pants and closed shoes) Where mosquitoes are the most active.

August 23, 2017 19:39

Dear LOUISON MBOMBO's, thank you for this amazing project. Malaria is one of the most diseases which kills many people in Africa. Fighting malaria will serve millions of lives in Africa. Malaria kills many people in rural areas esepcially kids. This project will advocate about malaria in rural areas and how to prevent it.

August 23, 2017 17:32

Hi,
After going through your project, I firmly believe that with good management and excellent execution, this project will help the society grow in a sustainable manner. This would have various positive effects on the environment and also the society in general.

I wish you the best for the same.

I would really appreciate if you could go through my idea as well(follow this link https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/12/5961/comments). Our idea deals with covering an otherwise unused rooftop of a building with green plants and using that space for a multitude of activities.

Thank you
Team GreenSpace

August 23, 2017 14:48

Dear MR: LOUISON MBOMBO,
I am very happy to know a visionary young person like you. Your project is very important and save the many lives.
i hope you will work harder towards its full implementation.

Wish all the best, and meet you at O-YES International conference.
cheers

August 23, 2017 08:48

An Awesome Day to You, Dear Campus Colleague,

Cheeking through your Project and seeing it progress in this competition leaves me motivated and inspired that with us, our planet will become better and flourish in goodness and development desired by every human being with dreams and aspirations. To keep you moving and staying on in face of challenges as growing Entrepreneurs, it is my pleasure to share this link with you, "7 MOVIES Every Entrepreneur Should Watch", copy and paste this link to view; youtube.com/watch?v=s3x-_yRRUrk

All the best to you in you Idea!

Cheers
Anita Mbah.

August 23, 2017 08:11

Hi Louison
Your invention is very much appreciable. People like you are a blessing to the modern world because you are utilizing your skill to help the common people. Keep this spirit throughout your life. The will to do varitiies in life opens up the door of opportunities. So keep this positive attitude always and May God Bless You.
I wish you all the success for this competition and also please vote and comment on my project “AUTOMATIC COCOA BEAN SEPARATING MACHINE”.

August 23, 2017 02:23

Dear L.Mbombo
You have a very life saving project which has to be Supported. Then am asking how are you handle cultural and traditional challenges against the use of mosquito nets,in some African Community is not luck of mosquito nets but they are misusing them or Get afraid of the long acting chemical for some nets how will you handle this challenge. Congulatulation for this life saving project.

August 22, 2017 19:04

Anita Mbah :
We are few steps to the announcement day. I want to use this medium to appreciate your effort, progress so far and support to my idea. Never relent, keep pushing and I wish you success, all the way.

Best of Luck!

Me : Thank you very much Anita , I wish the same to you !

August 22, 2017 17:17

Hello Louison.

We are few steps to the announcement day. I want to use this medium to appreciate your effort, progress so far and support to my idea. Never relent, keep pushing and I wish you success, all the way.

Best of Luck!

August 22, 2017 15:02

Anita Mbah :
Hello Louison!

Thank you for kind words, support for AfricEnergy and stopping by on my idea. I really appreciate your positive remarks. I am a fan that firmly supports your project. Congratulations for your efforts.

Best of Luck!

Me : Hello Anita
Thanks for your appreciation to my project . me too i m firmly supporting your project that is important to tackle the energy access in Africa and will implement more Sustainable Development Goals. If we have energy we will not have a difficult to learn at night , we should save lifes in the hospital and so on . This means that your project is very essencial in all aspect of our life.

All best Best
Louison Mbombo

August 22, 2017 14:52

Shuhra/Koofi :
Hello Louison, "Any death from malaria , a preventable and treatable disease – is simply unacceptable,"
Malaria is a life-threatening disease by preventing it you are doing a great job.This is a very impressive idea and it will surely be beneficial for all. A community with meaningful collaboration vision can achieve a lot.
Congratulations for all your efforts and for your project. A great project that safeguards thousands of life's.

Me: Hello Shuhra/Koofi ,
Thanks for you appreciation to my project , we can´t accept death from a prevetable and treatable disease .It why I want to colaborate with diferent countries for global strategies to eliminate Malaria .The Problem with Malaria in Sub-saharan Africa ,no country can eliminate malaria by working alone .We want create a network usefull for achievement of global Malaria strategies.
This project will thousand of people who are loosing their life everyday and no child will die due a mosquito bite .

Warmest regards with kind love .

Louison Mbombo .

August 22, 2017 09:52

Hello Louison, "Any death from malaria , a preventable and treatable disease – is simply unacceptable,"
Malaria is a life-threatening disease by preventing it you are doing a great job.This is a very impressive idea and it will surely be beneficial for all. A community with meaningful collaboration vision can achieve a lot.
Congratulations for all your efforts and for your project. A great project that safeguards thousands of life's.

August 21, 2017 20:44

Hello Louison!

Thank you for kind words, support for AfricEnergy and stopping by on my idea. I really appreciate your positive remarks. I am a fan that firmly supports your project. Congratulations for your efforts.

Best of Luck!

August 21, 2017 20:43

Seth Thomas Anohwonom :
Hello Louison,

Your project is awesome indeed, it will greatly affect the health life of your community! I just thought to stop by and check on your progress thus far and must say congratulations for your efforts so far, we all need to put in more efforts to achieve our dreams.

So I just wanted to say that you keep up and be encouraged to do more.

Kindest regards,
Seth

Me :
Hello Dear Seth ,
thank you very much for kind words . I wish the same to you .
Best Regards !

August 21, 2017 20:27

Anita Mbah:
Thank you Mbombo. Having you around is very encouraging and wonderful. I wish you success on your journey and you should always expect the best coming your way.

You may like see my idea, AfricEnergy, at; entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/12/6509/

Cheers.

Me: Hello Anita ,
I have seen your idea yesterday and let me tell you ,if it depend only to me i will give choice to you as one of the winners in YCEC .Your succes is the empowerment of women in Africa , where there is inequality between men and women . I m supporting your idea and i wish you all the best .May God bless you and you can be the inspiration for others women in Africa .
Empower women in Entrepreneurship is to create a equal world .
Dear Campus members let support AfricEnergy usefull for the achievement of many Sustainable Development Goals.

Best regards !

August 21, 2017 20:17

Uledi Kimbavala:
Hello
You have a very interesting and yet life saving project, your project is unique as it is community based, this will bring positive impact towards both healthy care services and social well being. I support your project as it match the idea https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org to the fact that we are all community based projects. Let's support each other to bring sollutions to our Community. Congulatulation for the effort you're putting on this project.
Best of luck!
Me: Hello my dear Uledi !
Thank you very much for your appreciation to my project . I m supporting you to all effort you re doing to tackle social problem in your community .Zero hunger is possible and must be resolve Must be resolved in the immediate mainly in Africa where the most of people suffer from malnutrition .
Good luck to you
sincerely yours !
Louison Mbombo

August 21, 2017 20:15

Hello Louison,

Your project is awesome indeed, it will greatly affect the health life of your community! I just thought to stop by and check on your progress thus far and must say congratulations for your efforts so far, we all need to put in more efforts to achieve our dreams.

So I just wanted to say that you keep up and be encouraged to do more.

Kindest regards,
Seth

August 21, 2017 20:11

Mylton Franklyn:

O projeto PREVENTING CHILDHOOD MALARIA DEATH IN RURAL GUNGU AND MALARIA CARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER é fantástico. Merece muito o reconhecimento desejado e com certeza terá o sucesso almejado. O autor é muito inteligente e terá tudo que aspira.

Me: Muito Obrigado Mylton pelo apoio .
Grande Abraço !

August 21, 2017 20:11

Mylton Franklyn:

O projeto PREVENTING CHILDHOOD MALARIA DEATH IN RURAL GUNGU AND MALARIA CARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER é fantástico. Merece muito o reconhecimento desejado e com certeza terá o sucesso almejado. O autor é muito inteligente e terá tudo que aspira.

Me: Muito Obrigado Mylton pelo apoio .
Grande Abraço !

Mylton Franklyn

August 21, 2017 17:24

O projeto PREVENTING CHILDHOOD MALARIA DEATH IN RURAL GUNGU AND MALARIA CARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER é fantástico. Merece muito o reconhecimento desejado e com certeza terá o sucesso almejado. O autor é muito inteligente e terá tudo que aspira.

August 21, 2017 07:19

Hello
You have a very interesting and yet life saving project, your project is unique as it is community based, this will bring positive impact towards both healthy care services and social well being. I support your project as it match the idea https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/12/5816/ to the fact that we are all community based projects. Let's support each other to bring sollutions to our Community. Congulatulation for the effort you're putting on this project.
Best of luck!

August 21, 2017 05:32

Thank you Mbombo. Having you around is very encouraging and wonderful. I wish you success on your journey and you should always expect the best coming your way.

You may like see my idea, AfricEnergy, at; entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/12/6509/

Cheers.

elysa marques

August 20, 2017 22:51

Olá, Louison,

Vim dizer que achei linda a causa pela qual você luta e desejar os parabéns por tanto esforço, continue assim pois precisamos de mais pessoas como você no mundo!

Atenciosamente,
Elysa.

August 20, 2017 13:49

Dear Louison
Every time I read this project I am so inspired as it is life saving as it touch both healthy care and community well-being of Children. Congulatulation for the efforts and good progress you have just shown.
All the best.

August 19, 2017 22:29

Hi Louison,

Congratulations on your efforts, such a great cause. I wish you the best of luck in this division. I am also starting a non-profit company, the direction is entirely different, yet I would appreciate if you spare some advice on starting a non-profit.

Sincerely,
Roza Gunes Bayrak

August 19, 2017 18:52

Rafaella Carneiro:

Apoio total. Precisamos de mais pessoas como você para que possamos ter um mundo melhor. Continue firme no seu projeto e tenho certeza que virás a acrescentar na vida dessas crianças cada vez mais! Força, você consegue :)

Me: Muito Obrigado Rafaella pelo apoio e belas palavras .
Abraço

August 19, 2017 18:50

Junior N. :
Um projeto muito interessante e parabéns pela iniciativa Louison, vamos torcer para que dá tudo certo. Estamos juntos na luta contra a malaria tanto na Africa, tanto no meu país Haiti. Muito sucesso!

Me: Muito Obrigado Junior pelo apoio , Vamos torcer para que dê tudo certo !
Abraço

Junior N.

August 19, 2017 18:44

Um projeto muito interessante e parabéns pela iniciativa Louison, vamos torcer para que dá tudo certo. Estamos juntos na luta contra a malaria tanto na Africa, tanto no meu país Haiti. Muito sucesso!

Rafaella Carneiro

August 19, 2017 18:15

Apoio total. Precisamos de mais pessoas como você para que possamos ter um mundo melhor. Continue firme no seu projeto e tenho certeza que virás a acrescentar na vida dessas crianças cada vez mais! Força, você consegue :)

August 18, 2017 23:07

Karina:
Estou impressionada com a ideia e espero que o projeto receba o devido reconhecimento e ajuda. Você está tendo uma iniciativa louvável, que merece ser replicada para o mundo. Parabéns por salvar e se importar com as vidas. Muita sorte e sucesso na caminhada!

Me : Olá Karina !
Muito Obrigado pelas belas palavras .Espero conseguir para poder salvar vidas !

Karina

August 18, 2017 23:03

Estou impressionada com a ideia e espero que o projeto receba o devido reconhecimento e ajuda. Você está tendo uma iniciativa louvável, que merece ser replicada para o mundo. Parabéns por salvar e se importar com as vidas. Muita sorte e sucesso na caminhada!

August 18, 2017 14:20

Shuhra/Koofi :
Hello,

This is a very impressive idea and it will surely be beneficial for all the young minds looking for an opportunity. Congratulations for all your efforts and for your project.
Regards

Me: Hello Dear Shuhra/Koofi ,
Yes this project will not only implement the sustenable development goals under 3 ( Good health and well being for all ) , but will also tackle the unemployement challenge and will champion more Sustainable development goals usefull to entire benefit to the ecomonies , agriculture , busness etc.

Best regards !

August 18, 2017 14:15

Lucas Bittar :
Wonderful project!

Good luck! It could be a great example of partnership between contries and intitutions to support devolopment of science and help needed people at the same time.

Louison you have support from several people from different parts of the world, this is a great oportunity to make the project even greater!

Keep strong on your dreams

Me : Thank you Dear Lucas for your kind words , I want to operate in diferent countries with high burden Malaria because is very importante to eliminate Malaria
To tackle this challenge requires approaches that cover several countries simultaneously because no country in isolation will be able to eliminate malaria in a sustainable way .

Lucas Bittar

August 17, 2017 18:59

Wonderful project!

Good luck! It could be a great example of partnership between contries and intitutions to support devolopment of science and help needed people at the same time.

Louison you have support from several people from different parts of the world, this is a great oportunity to make the project even greater!

Keep strong on your dreams

Roberta Telles de Almeida Sousa

August 17, 2017 18:05

Parabéns pelo projeto, desta forma muitas vidas serão salvas, Muito Obrigada! PREVENIR A MORTE DA MALÁRIA DA INFÂNCIA NO CENTRO RURAL GUNGU E MALARIA CENTRO DA ÁFRICA SUBSAHARIA

August 17, 2017 14:30

Hello,

This is a very impressive idea and it will surely be beneficial for all the young minds looking for an opportunity. Congratulations for all your efforts and for your project.
Regards

August 16, 2017 22:49

Hello Dear Ayobami Adedokun,

thank you very much for your appreciation on my project . I m very happy to learn that you have an eletronic invention that prevent mosquitoes ; it is very interesting for me .I will like to know more about it .Can you please send me a message concerning your invention ? About the countries where we will operate ;The Democratic Republic of Congo, together with Nigeria, represents 40% of the world's malaria deaths, according to the World Health Organization's (WHO) 2013 report, this means that we have more activities in these countries .We can keep touch usefull to tackle the Malaria Challenge in Northern part of Nigeria.

I look forward to hear from you ,
Sincerely yours !

Louison Mbombo

Camila Morita

August 16, 2017 06:29

I believe in this project to save children from the Sub-Saharan África from malaria. I want to help this project win because of that, then. I think malaria is a neglected disease because It affects mainly poor people. Therefore, projects Like this are Very important so Rhode people are not unattended.

August 15, 2017 22:47

Great Mind Louison ! This is very interesting project and saluting you for your previous work on the project. Saving peoples lives can not be under estimated and I want you to be courageous to keep on the good work in Africa. I will like you to consider Northern part of Nigeria also as part of the 15 countries you are extending this project to. I am an engineer and I have an electronic invention that prevent mosquitoes in any area. Let's see how we can partner together to advance your vision. I am in full support for this project.
From your brother: Adedokun Ayobami (Nigeria)

Lucas Bittar

August 15, 2017 22:28

Louison, voce está de parabens, mandando muito bem.
O projeto é grandioso. Vamo que vamo. Tem tudo pra dar certo!
Você é uma pessoa muito valiosa que a UfMG e o Brasil devem ser orgulhar de ter por aqui.

Pesquisa associada a melhoria da saude em um local extremamente afetado. O que mais podia ser melhor financiado. Extremamente palpável o seu projeto!

Parabéns, vamos seguir em frente!

August 15, 2017 10:14

Well done! I am impressed reading through your idea. While the financial sustainability of your services is to be considered judging by the fact that most of these people are poor and from rural areas to be able to afford your services; you should consider intensive efforts to get Partnerships with international donor agencies who are available to fund your idea. All the best.

You may also read, comment and support my idea, AfricEnergy, at: entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/12/6509/

Monique Ziza

August 14, 2017 18:50

projecto maravilhoso, espero que chegue a final e consiga realmente ajudar quem precisa.
Espero que fique entre os finalistas!
SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI(means solidarity in the world ) , we aim to set up our representatives office in the countries where facing poverty and to improve the quality of life of the people in the world .We will use a combination of approaches with the National programmes of fight against Malaria in 15 countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America depending on their specific needs and the situation , the World health Organization and others partners to do the following activities:-train health care professionals, community health workers in diagnosis and treatment, as well as to more effectively distribute bed nets, medications, rapid diagnosis tools,intermittent preventive treatment in pregnancy ,indoor residual spraying (IRS) with insecticides to promote healthy communities and families. - helping to prevent and control malaria through systems-strengthening assistance that is vital to effective and sustainable malaria control. -High quality diagnosis and treatment for Malaria and other febrile illnesses. -We will organize every year 10K Run to fight Malaria along with conducting the Awareness Program On Malaria. We are a non-governmental organization (NGO) committed to addressing Human development and policy issues by investing to vulnerable people to build sustainable, healthy and productive communities. The financial SOURCE come from: -Membership fees; - Grants from Partners - Income generate Activities authorized by Congolese than international law

August 14, 2017 18:22

Uledi Kimbavala :
Hi
This is the community based project, A child should not die for mosquito bite While the world have all the materials and resources to rescue them,Congulatulation for this Wonderful idea. Its the second time I find myself appreciating this project.
Best wishes.

Me : Hello Dear Uledi , I m só happy for your appreciation to our project ; hope to complete this project that aim to make an international effort towards the elimination of Malaria in the world and with our innovation and strategies we can believe that no child will die to a mosquito bite .
Sincerely yours ,
Louison Mbombo

August 14, 2017 17:48

Hi
This is the community based project, A child should not die for mosquito bite While the world have all the materials and resources to rescue them,Congulatulation for this Wonderful idea. Its the second time I find myself appreciating this project.
Best wishes.

August 14, 2017 15:38

Hi Louison,
You have nothing to thank for, indeed is a good project. I invite you to also comment my idea Path To Knowledge. I would really like to hear your advice.
Best regards,
Andrei

August 14, 2017 15:34

Linguraru Andrei-Theodor :
This is an amazing project! I hope and I know that it will save a lot of lives, I really appreciate your work an effort. I think it had already a big impact and it still can grow. Keep continue with this project and I wish you all the good fortune for what you propose yourselves to do.
Best regards,
Andrei

Me: Thank you very Much Andrei for you kind words.
Best regards !

August 14, 2017 15:32

Ingrid Almeida:

Congratulations for the iniciative. They are people the world needs. If others did the same, devoting little of their time to transforming lives, the reality would be different.

Me : Thank you very much Ingrid for your kind words.

August 14, 2017 15:30

Dear Safa Elsharief, thanks for interest to know more about our project , i thing all your question you can meet answer by reading our project .Because i mentioned all dificulties we are facing to fight against Malaria .It not only with Antimicrobial resistance or Low number of health workers education .The big problem with Malaria is education with communities to change behaviors that will be important to protect them against Mosquito vector and we need most investisment to implement more strategies by working togethers with diferent countries .
More informations you can find this in our project.
Anything else don't hasitate to get touch with me.

Best regards !

Louison Mbombo

August 14, 2017 13:57

This is an amazing project! I hope and I know that it will save a lot of lives, I really appreciate your work an effort. I think it had already a big impact and it still can grow. Keep continue with this project and I wish you all the good fortune for what you propose yourselves to do.
Best regards,
Andrei

Ingrid Almeida

August 14, 2017 00:22

Congratulations for the iniciative. They are people the world needs. If others did the same, devoting little of their time to transforming lives, the reality would be different.

Maiara

August 13, 2017 02:09

Incrível! Um projeto que pode alcançar uma enorme parcela da população carente. O mundo precisa de mais ajuda e de mais mentes brilhantes e que se importem como esse rapaz!

Arin

August 12, 2017 15:20

This project is amazing! <3
(it keeps saying my comment is very short...)
Hope it helps you to save many lives, it is really inspiring to see ideas like this one.

Yelsew

August 11, 2017 23:01

This project seems to be amazing! I like to support the idea of a better world to everyone, so... I think I\'m doing this right now :D #voting #goodluck

Ps: The voting system is telling me all the time that my comment is really short but I don't see how. Anyway, good luck!

Lucas Bittar

August 11, 2017 22:39

Wonderful!
Let's keep the voting.
Louison has a great project.

Its a honor to see a great friend of mine doing such a nice job. Great for Congo and for Brazil, also very useful to the worlds health.

Programs like this are needed to decrease malaria mortality.

August 11, 2017 05:22

Great Project. I want to invite you to vote for my project and comment if you want it.
Thanks and good luck

https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/14/7257/

Melanie

August 11, 2017 04:34

I think everybody should vote for this guy, because he can actually save some lifes. And I also think that his idea is very nice and very elaborated. I fully believe in his work and in his study for malary.
And i also wish the bestest of best for his study.

Franciele Vaz de Souza

August 10, 2017 22:19

Sou brasileira e dou apoio a este lindo projeto! Espero que dê bons frutos, e ele consiga salvar muitas vidas, que são inocentes, e não merecem morrer desta forma. Se houvesse mais apoio e investimento na saúde, as coisas seriam diferentes.

Brian Baldrati

August 9, 2017 21:57

good luck! I wanna visit Africa soon, hope your project wins. If you ever need a help of a photographer, please just let me know.

This is incredible, hope to see the results soon

Amanda

August 5, 2017 01:58

Congrats on the amazing project!
I hope you can make this so you get closer to the main goal, which is stop malaria deaths as soon as possible so people can have a better or a life at all...
People like you are precious, congratulations again!

Isabella Colalto

August 4, 2017 21:34

Espero que consiga, estou apoiando da forma que posso. Faça a diferença, moço! Meu comentário tá muito curto, não sei mais o que escrever, mas desejo que consiga conquistar seu objetivo, vai mudar a vida de muita gente, será um grande avanço pra nossa sociedade! Parabéns por ter chegado até aqui

Glaice Lobato

August 4, 2017 21:16

Go, Louison! O projeto é muito consistente, bem apresentado, belo, merece ganhar!
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August 1, 2017 22:58

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August 1, 2017 16:22

HI there,
I am fascinated by your project goal and vision.
It is truly inspiring to see someone working as hard as you do to defeat malaria in their community.
As a pharmacist and I think the world is not giving enough attention to Malaria.

I have a question (it's not directly related but I got to ask)
Funding,
What is the major problem you face in your work for ex
Is it supply chain of antimalarial,
Antimicrobial resistance,
Low no. of health workers or
Health workers education
Thanking you advance and good luck!

August 1, 2017 09:30

This is a life changing project and until one has their loved one taken by malaria there isn't a lot of people who understand how important this is, round of applause from us at Leratong Tourism.

July 31, 2017 18:39

Hello Mbombo,

This is an excellent way to improve the lives of the children of Gungu. Malaria has affected millions of people in Africa and every effort to combat the disease is laudable. This is a step in the right direction. Great initiative indeed

Best
Asomaniwaa

July 31, 2017 17:12

Ajith Mathew

Hai Mbombo,

You have taken a good step for the people of Gungu. I think by this project you can save the lifes of more people and children who are suffering from malaria disease. You have taken the right initiative and God may always with you to carry out this project. May God Bless you.

Me: Hello Ajith ,
thanks for your kind words .
Best regards !

July 31, 2017 17:12

Ajith Mathew

Hai Mbombo,

You have taken a good step for the people of Gungu. I think by this project you can save the lifes of more people and children who are suffering from malaria disease. You have taken the right initiative and God may always with you to carry out this project. May God Bless you.

Me: Hello Ajith ,
thanks for your kind words .
Best regards !

July 31, 2017 17:10

JESUKOREDE ESTHER :
This is an insightful idea and I pray you keep up because many people have done this Nigeria but they all have an ulterior motive, either the politicians want to use it to boost their profile or the hospitals want to use it to gain grounds in the communities. My single advice for you is not to get carried away, focus on the concept of your project , don't associate with people you know won't add any value to your organization no matter the condition. GRACIAS.

Me : Thanks Esther for your advice.
Kind regards !

July 31, 2017 17:08

Carl Bien A.:

Excelente projeto! vamos votar todos para diminuir a malária na África. Com certeza o projeto vai prestar muita ajuda assistencial para à população da área. Assim, vai ser interesante pensar em realizações de palestras nas escolas, universidades e nos centros recreativos e sempre instruindo a população quanto à importância das medidas profiláticas etc... pelo fato de que as vezes a maioria da população desconhece o papel do mosquito como transmissor da malária.
Estamos na torcida para a aprovação e o bom succeso do projeto!

Me: Muito Obrigado Carl .

July 31, 2017 17:08

Carl Bien A.:

Excelente projeto! vamos votar todos para diminuir a malária na África. Com certeza o projeto vai prestar muita ajuda assistencial para à população da área. Assim, vai ser interesante pensar em realizações de palestras nas escolas, universidades e nos centros recreativos e sempre instruindo a população quanto à importância das medidas profiláticas etc... pelo fato de que as vezes a maioria da população desconhece o papel do mosquito como transmissor da malária.
Estamos na torcida para a aprovação e o bom succeso do projeto!

Me: Muito Obrigado Carl ,

July 31, 2017 17:06

andresa:

sua atitude e maravilhosa continue assim mostrando e desenvolvendo seu trabalho maravilhoso que Deus te proteja e abençoe mais acredite em si mesmo vc tem capacidade de muito mais atitude nota 1000

Me: Muito Obrigado pelo apoio Andressa !
Um forte abraço

July 31, 2017 17:04

Barbara :
Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea!

Me : Muito Obrigado Barbara , thanks so much
Best regards !

July 31, 2017 17:02

Luciane Sati:

Wish existed more people just like you in this troubled world. Never give up your dreams and your noble fight for those vulnerable and in need. Thanks for the amazing work!!! You rock, my friend!!!
Lots of love from Brazil

Me : Hey Luciane ,
thanks for your support .I m só happy to read this wonderfull comment .
Best regards !

July 31, 2017 17:00

Eliza May Cirne

Espero muito que você ganhe e possa colocar o projeto em prática!! Saúde tem sido um grande problema para essas pessoas e a maior parte do mundo simplesmente esquecem que elas existem e que também são vidas humanas. Te Desejo sucesso, garra, fé, força, esperança, conhecimento, experiência de vida, equilíbrio, sabedoria e que você tenha cada vez mais amor pelo que farás, para que você possa enfrentar de pé todos os obstáculos que virão e saiba valorizar as conquistas, por menores que possam parecer.

Me : Olá Eliza ,
Eu realmente fiquei emocionado com seu lindo comentário , muitíssimo obrigado por tudo .
Forte Abraço !

July 31, 2017 16:57

Daniel Obregon :
Hi there. At this stage of the competition you can tell that you will be one of the winners. I do really hope you can get the resources to execute your health programm.

Only the best of wishes!

Me : Hey Daniel , thanks for your wishes , hope really to be one of the winners to improve the quality of life of people around the world fighting Malaria .
Best regards and good luck for you too.

July 31, 2017 16:52

Laura :
Congratulations! What a wonderful project! It\\\'s people like you who make difference and help the world to be a better place. Really hope you win this, good luck for you!

Wish you luck

Me: Thanks Laura for your support to our project and your kind words.

July 31, 2017 16:50

Daniel :
Hi Louison,

It's great and interesting to learn about your project.

In case some people haven't asked already, where do you want start implementing this project and how do you intend to reach out to other countries.

Looking forward to seeing your work in Malawi :-)

Regards,

Daniel
Me : Hello Daniel ,
Thanks for your attention about our project , we aim to start in DR .Congo and if possible to start at the same time to the countries where Malaria have highest burden .We will use approaches to government , institutions or NGO which work with Malaria in others countries .
And Malawi is one of country that we aim to do our actions.

July 31, 2017 16:44

Kamila Regina Santana :

Não podemos aceitar Morte por Malária ;uma doença tratável e ainda evitável. Estou torcendo para que esse projeto as crianças da África precisam de projetos assim para superar a Malária. Não podemos deixar que mais crianças morrem e não fazermos nada! Parabéns pela iniciativa, estou na torcida.

Me :Muito Obrigado pelo apoio Kamila :)

Kamila Regina Santana

July 31, 2017 16:15

Não podemos aceitar Morte por Malária ;uma doença tratável e ainda evitável. Estou torcendo para que esse projeto as crianças da África precisam de projetos assim para superar a Malária. Não podemos deixar que mais crianças morrem e não fazermos nada! Parabéns pela iniciativa, estou na torcida.

July 31, 2017 00:34

Hi Louison,

It's great and interesting to learn about your project.

In case some people haven't asked already, where do you want start implementing this project and how do you intend to reach out to other countries.

Looking forward to seeing your work in Malawi :-)

Regards,

Daniel

Laura

July 30, 2017 15:22

Congratulations! What a wonderful project! It\\\'s people like you who make difference and help the world to be a better place. Really hope you win this, good luck for you!

Wish you luck

July 30, 2017 01:04

Hi there. At this stage of the competition you can tell that you will be one of the winners. I do really hope you can get the resources to execute your health programm.

Only the best of wishes!

Eliza May Cirne

July 29, 2017 20:04

Espero muito que você ganhe e possa colocar o projeto em prática!! Saúde tem sido um grande problema para essas pessoas e a maior parte do mundo simplesmente esquecem que elas existem e que também são vidas humanas. Te Desejo sucesso, garra, fé, força, esperança, conhecimento, experiência de vida, equilíbrio, sabedoria e que você tenha cada vez mais amor pelo que farás, para que você possa enfrentar de pé todos os obstáculos que virão e saiba valorizar as conquistas, por menores que possam parecer.

Luciane Sati

July 29, 2017 10:04

Wish existed more people just like you in this troubled world. Never give up your dreams and your noble fight for those vulnerable and in need. Thanks for the amazing work!!! You rock, my friend!!!
Lots of love from Brazil

Bárbara

July 28, 2017 22:11

Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea! Parabéns pela iniciativa! Good idea!

andresa

July 25, 2017 21:41

sua atitude e maravilhosa continue assim mostrando e desenvolvendo seu trabalho maravilhoso que Deus te proteja e abençoe mais acredite em si mesmo vc tem capacidade de muito mais atitude nota 1000

Carl Bien A.

July 25, 2017 04:21

Excelente projeto! vamos votar todos para diminuir a malária na África. Com certeza o projeto vai prestar muita ajuda assistencial para à população da área. Assim, vai ser interesante pensar em realizações de palestras nas escolas, universidades e nos centros recreativos e sempre instruindo a população quanto à importância das medidas profiláticas etc... pelo fato de que as vezes a maioria da população desconhece o papel do mosquito como transmissor da malária.
Estamos na torcida para a aprovação e o bom succeso do projeto!

July 23, 2017 17:00

This is an insightful idea and I pray you keep up because many people have done this Nigeria but they all have an ulterior motive, either the politicians want to use it to boost their profile or the hospitals want to use it to gain grounds in the communities. My single advice for you is not to get carried away, focus on the concept of your project , don't associate with people you know won't add any value to your organization no matter the condition. GRACIAS.

July 23, 2017 05:31

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Ajith Mathew

July 20, 2017 15:40

Hai Mbombo,

You have taken a good step for the people of Gungu. I think by this project you can save the lifes of more people and children who are suffering from malaria disease. You have taken the right initiative and God may always with you to carry out this project. May God Bless you.

Aminata Juninho

July 19, 2017 02:14

Le paludisme est de loin la plus importante maladie parasitaire tropicale dans le monde. Dans de nombreux pays en voie de développement, et en Afrique en particulier, le poids du paludisme est énorme en termes de décès, de dépenses médicales et de journées de travail perdues. On estime que le nombre de personnes qui meurent chaque année du paludisme se situe entre 2 et 3 millions et que près de 500 millions de personnes en sont infectées : la majorité des victimes sont des enfants de moins de cinq ans.
Et vous, vous envisager réduit 70% de décès des enfants au milieu le plus reculé de la RDC. Felicitation pour le projet.

Divine Mangoba

July 19, 2017 02:03

Stop malaria, your project is so sharp and objective that I ask everyone to vote for you and say all together, stop malaria. Support this project my brothers and sisters by voting, commenting and sharing. Stop stop stop malaria.

Anouchka Mangoba

July 19, 2017 01:48

A project will save the lives of more than 200.000 children and stimulate their development; It will also increase the productivity of the community member by reducing the number of malaria episodes in the community. Given that malaria accounts for about 80% of the cost of health care for families in this region, aims to reduce the number of malaria diseases and deaths among children by at least 70%. It is a project to be massively supported by voting and commenting.

July 19, 2017 01:20

Malaria vaccines

The malaria parasite is a complex multicellular organism capable of dodging and overcoming immune responses. People who develop a natural immunity to malaria may in fact be bursting with malaria parasites, without revealing any external signs of the disease. With more than 5,200 proteins predicted from the sequence of the Plasmodium falciparum genome, there are thousands of potential proteins representing targets for a vaccine.
A malaria vaccine could be the first vaccine, licensed, to protect humans against a parasite.
Currently, vaccinologists are still studying ways to address the myriad challenges posed by the development of malaria vaccines. Many malaria vaccine developers have focused their efforts on creating a vaccine that limits the parasite's ability to successfully invade a large number of red blood cells. This would limit the severity of the disease and help prevent deaths from malaria. This is one of the approaches to the development of malaria vaccines and there are several others that need to be evaluated in order to achieve a malaria vaccine.
Congratulations for the project.

LEATICIA LUBAKI

July 19, 2017 01:03

The means to fight malaria exist. Today, prevention (long-lasting insecticidal nets, sanitation of the domestic environment, sprays, etc.) and treatments (artemisinin-based combination therapies) make it possible to fight malaria effectively.
Scientists around the world are continuing their research for a safe and effective malaria vaccine. Recent progress in this area has led to optimism in the development of malaria vaccines.
It is curbing the project aimed at the prevention of malaria to save more than 200.000 children.

Elisa

July 16, 2017 01:51

Parabéns!!!! Assisti a matéria sobre o seu projeto e o achei maravilhoso!!!! Que bom que com a sua experiência de viver no Brasil você tenha esse desenho de partilhar essa experiência com o seu país. Espero que tudo dê certo.

July 15, 2017 09:12

A malária é uma doença que podemos vencer apenas por meios de prevenção, sensibilizar os nossos pais, os nossos irmãos e nossos amigos para evitar esta doença através da prevenção. melhor prevenir do que guerrir, dizem. apoiar este projecto de prevenção e irá reduzir a taxa de mortalidade causada pela malária. Pare de Malária.

July 14, 2017 22:39

Volunteers 4 Kenya :

Hi Louison,

This is truly a very ambitious project and I wish you all the best. I've just noticed under your sustainability and future plans that one of your sources of revenue is membership fees, please expound on this- because it's a great source of revenue in my opinion but I'm just wondering how you go about it- what do you offer the members? How much is the fee? How did you come up with the fee? How much does it contribute to your total revenue sources.

Thanks!

Me: Hey Volunteers 4 Kenya ,
Thanks for your question and your interrest to know more about our Project and Organization .
Our Organization is composed by most of Lawyers , Doctors in Medicine and Judge , we have diferent category members .
And the membership fees is very diferent because it depend the kind what kind of Members you are .This contribution covers 35 percent of Contribution , and the Organization have some Income generating activities usefull to support some objectives of our Organization .

Hope to answer to your question .Anything else don't hasitate to get touch with us .

Warmest regards with kind love .

Louison Mbombo

July 14, 2017 22:32

Junior MANGOBA GOGO :A malária mata muitas crianças na República Democrática do Congo na falta de uma boa politica de assenissement de meio, apoio este projeto é salvar as vidas de mais de 200.000 crianças, voto, comentário e compartilhar em favor deste projecto preventiva a única arma para combater a malária.

Me : Muito Obrigado Junior pelo apoio .

July 14, 2017 21:20

Hi Louison,

This is truly a very ambitious project and I wish you all the best. I've just noticed under your sustainability and future plans that one of your sources of revenue is membership fees, please expound on this- because it's a great source of revenue in my opinion but I'm just wondering how you go about it- what do you offer the members? How much is the fee? How did you come up with the fee? How much does it contribute to your total revenue sources.

Thanks!

July 12, 2017 00:44

A malária mata muitas crianças na República Democrática do Congo na falta de uma boa politica de assenissement de meio, apoio este projeto é salvar as vidas de mais de 200.000 crianças, voto, comentário e compartilhar em favor deste projecto preventiva a única arma para combater a malária.

July 10, 2017 22:08

Lucas Bittar :Let's vote, help and improve the health in Congo!

Luison is doing a great job. Creating new conections among two continents and ofering possibilities for all to have benefit.

Congratulations for your wonderful work!

Me :Thanks so much Dear Lucas

July 10, 2017 22:06

Nelly :Bravo et Courage muana ya Mboka! Quando temos essas opportunidades de ajudar os outros tem que fazer mesmo we know where we came from. Good luck for your project and wish that you maket it forward. La patrie te sera reconnaissante.
Nelly,
Pec-g 2008

Me:Merci beaucoup Nelly

July 10, 2017 22:06

Nelly :Bravo et Courage muana ya Mboka! Quando temos essas opportunidades de ajudar os outros tem que fazer mesmo we know where we came from. Good luck for your project and wish that you maket it forward. La patrie te sera reconnaissante.
Nelly,
Pec-g 2008

Me:Merci beaucoup Nelly

July 10, 2017 21:56

Katlego Sito :
Hy your project is realy a life changing project and it is one of the best in this campus.this is really great keep up the good work and never loose hope.good luck

Me: Hello Katlego ,
I m glad to hear this .
thank you very much

July 10, 2017 21:49

Hy your project is realy a life changing project and it is one of the best in this campus.this is really great keep up the good work and never loose hope.good luck

Nelly

July 9, 2017 15:40

Bravo et Courage muana ya Mboka! Quando temos essas opportunidades de ajudar os outros tem que fazer mesmo we know where we came from. Good luck for your project and wish that you maket it forward. La patrie te sera reconnaissante.
Nelly,
Pec-g 2008

July 5, 2017 22:27

Let's vote, help and improve the health in Congo!

Luison is doing a great job. Creating new conections among two continents and ofering possibilities for all to have benefit.

Congratulations for your wonderful work!

July 5, 2017 15:24

Louison Mbongo, I found your project very magnificent, because malaria is among the great remaining to be fought by the public health in the democratic republic of Congo. Felicitation louison for your project. God bless you and give you good health.Let's say all Stop malaria

JUNIOR GOGO

July 5, 2017 13:32

I found your project very magnificent, because malaria is among the great remaining to be fought by the public health in the democratic republic of Congo. Felicitation louison for your project. God bless you and give you good health.

João Domingos

July 4, 2017 19:45

Seeing a person who is interested in the most opressed continent is beautiful. I hope this project stand for so many years! I\'m so grateful for this man and I\'m very happy to see all the positivity involved on that! C\'mon, guys! Let\'s help each other!

Divine Mangoba

July 1, 2017 03:44

STOP MALARIA, let's say NO malaria no democratic republic of Congo, I am Congolese, I support the project, I vote, I comment and I share so that everyone sees and also support the project, congratulation louison.

Aminata Juninho

July 1, 2017 03:25

I am delighted that you are at the point of saving over 200,000 lives in this part of the DRC. Protecting a life from birth guarantees wonderful growth and saves some inconveniences ... With such initiative, you will never miss God's help to achieve it. Good luck

Anouchka Mangoba

July 1, 2017 03:14

A very beautiful iniciative louison mbombo, make your story in a good way, several children killed malaria, I vote, I comment and I share the project, I also ask you to do like me to save also children.

LEATICIA LUBAKI

July 1, 2017 02:57

Felicitation louison, a vital project that will save more than 200.000 children, I make a call to vote, comment and share this project massively, all fight malaria, and say STOP MALARIA in the DRC, in Africa and all over the world.

JUNIOR GOGO

July 1, 2017 02:44

We wish you all the best, and we urge all our friends all over the world to vote in favor of this great project, congratulations, praise be with you. It is a preventive and curative project, a project that will save more than 200,000 children.

ANA CAROLINA RODRIGUES DA CRUZ

June 27, 2017 21:51

It is an important step for Brazilian research, especially for black Brazilians, who can see you as representative. The scientific community as well as the population is very proud of you. Congratulations on your research.

Carol

June 27, 2017 20:01

É claro que eu vou votar a favor desse projeto incrível. Sucesso! Desejo que realmente de tudo certo pra você, pois pessoas lá do outro lado do continente precisam de nós aqui.

Paulo

June 27, 2017 18:30

Ele merece! Trabalho muito bonito que vai fazer bem pra muita gente. Ajudar crianças e logo ajudar a família dessas pessoas. Espero que dê tudo certo e consiga esse grande feito. Parabéns.

Pedro Melquior

June 26, 2017 20:36

This project gonna save children lives in África, the malaria its a very important problem, annually several people suffer from malaria in Africa, and this is a very sad fact.
So #SaveTheChildrenOfAfricaFromMalaria

Divine Mangoba

June 26, 2017 20:26

Prevention:
- Wear long-sleeve clothing, long trousers or skirts and limit the amount of exposed skin;
- Avoid dark colours - mosquitoes are not attracted to light colours;
- Impregnate clothing with permethrin solution. This should be carried out using a bucket or plastic bag according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Mosquito nets can also be treated in this way (Auerbach et al, 1999). This treatment works well with cotton clothing and it can be washed up to five times after being impregnated with the solution. It is recommended that the clothing is not worn in direct contact with the skin (Caumes, 2000);
- Use a spray containing permethrin on clothing. Clothes should be sprayed inside and out for 30-60 seconds and allowed to dry for two to four hours before being worn (Caumes, 2000);
- Apply insect repellents regularly in cream, spray or gel form that contain diethyltoluamide (DEET);
- Sleep under a net impregnated with permethrin;
- Use coils and mats impregnated with insecticide in closed rooms to repel the mosquitoes.
Congratulations Louison Mbombo

Afonso

June 26, 2017 18:09

Merece muito o prêmio, afinal cientistas e empreendedores negros têm menos visibilidade, além de a malária ser reconhecidamente um problema de saúde ignorado pela indústria farmacêutica - dado que afeta populações pobres majoritariamente. Parabéns!

Hope you'll receive the prize, after all black cientists and entrepeneurs receive less visibility; also, malaria is admittedly ignored by the drug industry - due to its major victims are poor populations. Congratulations!

Je souhait que vous recevez le prix, parce que les chercheurs et les homme d'affairs noirs reçoivent bien moin visibilité; aussi il est bien su que le paludisme est ignoré pour l'industrie pharmaceutique donc c'est une maladie que affecte surtout les peuples pouvres. Félicitations!

LEATICIA LUBAKI

June 26, 2017 13:52

Congratulations Louison: Together with diagnosis and treatment, WHO recommends a package of proven prevention approaches, including insecticide treated nets, spraying indoor walls with insecticides, and preventive medicines for the most vulnerable groups: pregnant women, under-fives and infants.

JUNIOR GOGO

June 26, 2017 13:44

There are several compelling reasons to clean the environment globally. One of the most obvious is that a polluted environment results in deaths. Supporting this project is saved more than 200,000 children, Together say STOP MALARIA, congratulation louison for the vital project.

Aminata Juninho

June 26, 2017 13:20

13 DECEMBER 2016 | GENEVA - WHO’s World Malaria Report 2016 reveals that children and pregnant women in sub-Saharan Africa have greater access to effective malaria control. Across the region, a steep increase in diagnostic testing for children and preventive treatment for pregnant women has been reported over the last 5 years. Among all populations at risk of malaria, the use of insecticide-treated nets has expanded rapidly.
Sub-Saharan Africa carries a disproportionately high share of the global malaria burden. In 2015, the region was home to 90% of malaria cases and 92% of malaria deaths. Children under five years of age are particularly vulnerable, accounting for an estimated 70% of all malaria deaths.
congratulation and courage louison for this project, God be with you.

Bruno Oliveira Rodrigues

June 26, 2017 08:43

Creio que esse projeto seja de extrema importância no combate a um dos males que convivem com o povo africano e merece ser reconhecido por esse prêmio para que possua uma maior visibilidade na busca por patrocínios e ajuda na viabilização do mesmo.

Isabelle Cristine da Costa

June 26, 2017 04:44

I think it is amazing what this guy is doing! He is caring about a completely neglected disease that is curable and preventable, but it is still so prevalent in poor regions of the globe. I appreciate the fact he cares about the population in risky areas such as Gungu

JUNIOR GOGO

June 25, 2017 06:11

Votons massivement pour ce projet qui va sauver plus de 200.000 enfants (deux cent mille enfants), courageons le fils de pays qui se bat avec ce projer pour sauver de vies. La malaria tue, il faut la stopé, soutenons le projet atravers nos votes, motivations et partager la publication pour que les autres personnes voient aussi. STOP MALARIA.

June 25, 2017 05:51

REFS :Estamos todos na torcida, creio que a gente vai vencer. Parabéns Louison pelo o projeto, isso mostra o quando amor você tem por seu pais. Ta bravoure sera recompensée.
Me: Muito Obrigado Refs pelas belas palavras .Espero que dê tudo certo por aqui.
Grande Abraço !

June 25, 2017 05:41

Shuhra :Hello,

Your idea is really great...N it will improve the public health welfare to a greater extent.. But would you mind explaining me that these services will only be available to a particular area or are you also planning to spread them.

Best wishes
Shuhra
Me: Hello Shuhra !
Thanks só much for getting the time to read my project and thanks só much for your kind words with our project.We want first to reduce the mortality rate in Rural and we will extend our activities with our center of control and prevention of Malaria in diferent states in Democratic Republic of Congo with objective to eliminate the Malaria .

June 24, 2017 14:00

Hello,

Your idea is really great...N it will improve the public health welfare to a greater extent.. But would you mind explaining me that these services will only be available to a particular area or are you also planning to spread them.

Best wishes
Shuhra

REFS

June 23, 2017 22:43

Estamos todos na torcida, creio que a gente vai vencer. Parabéns Louison pelo o projeto, isso mostra o quando amor você tem por seu pais. Ta bravoure sera recompensée.

June 23, 2017 16:24

Fandu Akokola : Some population groups are at considerably higher risk of contracting malaria, and developing severe disease, than others. These include infants, children under 5 years of age, pregnant women and patients with HIV/AIDS, as well as non-immune migrants, mobile populations and travellers. National malaria control programmes need to take special measures to protect these population groups from malaria infection, taking into consideration their specific circumstances.
Congratulations Louison for your project to prevent and reduce Malaria

Me: Thanks very Much Mr Fandu for bringing more knowledge to our project , it usefull and important

June 23, 2017 16:22

Sherer Bano : Malaria is a common disease and a lot of people die daily because of insufficient treatment or lack of money and this is not just a problem of single state/country whole world is suffering from this kind of trauma so if you are standing for this cause and supporting the needy people then this means world is actually changing for good many cheers for your project and for your noble deeds.
All the best for your project i hope it reaches to the heights where it deserves to be.

Me: Thanks very much for your support and kind words

June 23, 2017 16:21

Julia : Fiquei muito feliz por saber que uma ideia tao bacana poderá ser colocada em pratica e ajudar muitas pessoas! Estou na torcida pelo projeto!!!
Sabemos que a Malária é uma doença ainda muito prevalente em algumas regiões, o que reduz a qualidade de vida das pessoas desses lugares. Por isso é muito importante investir em iniciativas que visem melhorar esse quadro, como essa proposta pelo projeto
Me: Muito Obrigado Julia pelas belas palavras

June 23, 2017 16:20

Henry Mova: Malaria is a serious disease, which in the worst case may be fatal. It's widespread in tropical and subtropical areas of mainly Sub-Saharan Africa and South America.

From a global viewpoint, malaria constitutes an enormous health problem, with an estimated 200 million plus new cases a year and more than half a million deaths.
Me: Thanks só much Mr Henry Mova for bringing more knowledge about our project

June 23, 2017 16:19

Fandu Akokola :It's not possible to avoid mosquito bites completely, but the less you're bitten, the less likely you are to get malaria.Congratulation Louison with your project because your methods of prevention can protect and reduce the episods of malaria and protection against mosquito bites.

Me: Thanks so much Mr fandu for your kind words

June 23, 2017 16:17

Laeticia Lubaki :Comment vous protéger
La prévention du paludisme peut se faire par:
Utiliser des vêtements de couleur claire et tissu mince à manches longues et un pantalon long;
Utilisez répulsif DEET (N, N-dietilmetatoluamida) sous réserve des directives du fabricant en ce qui concerne le remplacement du répulsif;
Placez de toiles de protection contre les moustiques pour les fenêtres et les portes;
Évitez les lacs, les étangs et les cours d'eau dans l'après-midi et le soir.
Me: Merci beaucoup Laeticia pour votre appui au peojet

June 23, 2017 16:16

Junior Gogo :Prevention
Individual measures: use of mosquito nets impregnated or not with insecticides, clothes that protect legs and arms, screens on doors and windows, use of repellents.

Collective measures: drainage, small sanitation works to eliminate vector breeding sites, landfill, breeding banks, modification of water flow, control of aquatic vegetation, improvement of housing and working conditions, rational use of land.
Me: Thanks very much Junior for your support !

June 23, 2017 16:15

Anouchka :Prevenção
Medidas de prevenção : uso de mosquiteiros impregnados ou não com inseticidas, drenagem, pequenas obras de saneamento para eliminação de criadouros do vetor, aterro, limpeza das margens dos criadouros, modificação do fluxo da água, controle da vegetação aquática, melhoramento da moradia e das condições de trabalho, uso racional da terra.
Me : Muito Obrigado Anouchka pelo apoio

June 23, 2017 16:14

Mr. Vegah :A brilliant innovation to curb the high infant mortality rates in Africa caused by malaria which is preventable and treatable. I like this \'For most children in these communities, malaria is the most important single cause of frequent school absenteeism, anemia, poor growth and delay in achieving development\' Well done Louison.

Me :Thanks só much Mr Vegah for your kinds words .

June 23, 2017 16:05

Some population groups are at considerably higher risk of contracting malaria, and developing severe disease, than others. These include infants, children under 5 years of age, pregnant women and patients with HIV/AIDS, as well as non-immune migrants, mobile populations and travellers. National malaria control programmes need to take special measures to protect these population groups from malaria infection, taking into consideration their specific circumstances.
Congratulations Louison for your project to prevent and reduce Malaria

June 22, 2017 23:51

Malaria is a common disease and a lot of people die daily because of insufficient treatment or lack of money and this is not just a problem of single state/country whole world is suffering from this kind of trauma so if you are standing for this cause and supporting the needy people then this means world is actually changing for good many cheers for your project and for your noble deeds.
All the best for your project i hope it reaches to the heights where it deserves to be.

julia

June 22, 2017 21:43

Fiquei muito feliz por saber que uma ideia tao bacana poderá ser colocada em pratica e ajudar muitas pessoas! Estou na torcida pelo projeto!!!
Sabemos que a Malária é uma doença ainda muito prevalente em algumas regiões, o que reduz a qualidade de vida das pessoas desses lugares. Por isso é muito importante investir em iniciativas que visem melhorar esse quadro, como essa proposta pelo projeto

HENRY MOVA

June 22, 2017 21:35

Malaria is a serious disease, which in the worst case may be fatal. It's widespread in tropical and subtropical areas of mainly Sub-Saharan Africa and South America.

From a global viewpoint, malaria constitutes an enormous health problem, with an estimated 200 million plus new cases a year and more than half a million deaths.

ROSE MARY

June 22, 2017 21:33

Malaria is a serious disease, which in the worst case may be fatal. It\\\'s widespread in tropical and subtropical areas of mainly Sub-Saharan Africa and South America.

From a global viewpoint, malaria constitutes an enormous health problem, with an estimated 200 million plus new cases a year and more than half a million deaths.
Congratulations Louison for your project !!!

June 22, 2017 21:06

It's not possible to avoid mosquito bites completely, but the less you're bitten, the less likely you are to get malaria.Congratulation Louison with your project because your methods of prevention can protect and reduce the episods of malaria and protection against mosquito bites.

LEATICIA LUBAKI

June 21, 2017 14:23

Comment vous protéger
La prévention du paludisme peut se faire par:
Utiliser des vêtements de couleur claire et tissu mince à manches longues et un pantalon long;
Utilisez répulsif DEET (N, N-dietilmetatoluamida) sous réserve des directives du fabricant en ce qui concerne le remplacement du répulsif;
Placez de toiles de protection contre les moustiques pour les fenêtres et les portes;
Évitez les lacs, les étangs et les cours d'eau dans l'après-midi et le soir.

JUNIOR GOGO

June 21, 2017 14:02

Prevention
Individual measures: use of mosquito nets impregnated or not with insecticides, clothes that protect legs and arms, screens on doors and windows, use of repellents.

Collective measures: drainage, small sanitation works to eliminate vector breeding sites, landfill, breeding banks, modification of water flow, control of aquatic vegetation, improvement of housing and working conditions, rational use of land.

Anouchka Mangoba

June 21, 2017 13:55

Prevenção
Medidas de prevenção : uso de mosquiteiros impregnados ou não com inseticidas, drenagem, pequenas obras de saneamento para eliminação de criadouros do vetor, aterro, limpeza das margens dos criadouros, modificação do fluxo da água, controle da vegetação aquática, melhoramento da moradia e das condições de trabalho, uso racional da terra.

Vegah

June 21, 2017 08:08

A brilliant innovation to curb the high infant mortality rates in Africa caused by malaria which is preventable and treatable. I like this \'For most children in these communities, malaria is the most important single cause of frequent school absenteeism, anemia, poor growth and delay in achieving development\' Well done Louison.

June 21, 2017 04:41

Hey Mr. Abdisa thank you for yours kind words on my project , i m very happy that you realize that the project is very importante .Than i will learn more about yor project and give my feedback later .
Thanks again and Good luck to the competition .

Sincerely yours !

June 21, 2017 04:37

Thank you Mr. FANDU for your comment , in our busness plan there are all these methods that are usefull for the diagnostic of Malaria . thanks again to remind us the recomendations of WHO about he Malaria .
Best Regards

June 20, 2017 08:47

Hi;
Indeed, your project is really useful for all of generation. Hopefully you can maintain and continue your project to be sustainable project around the world. simply by transforming real world challenges into opportunities.

Please look at https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/14/ on the project I am launching. I will be happy to learn from your feedback in comments and voting.

Good luck!

June 19, 2017 03:31

Dear Louison , you project is really interesting and congratulation for all you e doing in your community .
Early prevnting of malaria reduces disease and prevents deaths. It also contributes to reducing malaria transmission. The best available treatment, particularly for P. falciparum malaria, is artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT).

WHO recommends that all cases of suspected malaria be confirmed using parasite-based diagnostic testing (either microscopy or rapid diagnostic test) before administering treatment. Results of parasitological confirmation can be available in 30 minutes or less. Treatment, solely on the basis of symptoms should only be considered when a parasitological diagnosis is not possible. More detailed recommendations are available in the "WHO Guidelines for the treatment of malaria", third edition, published in April 2015.

June 18, 2017 16:02

Thank you Dr. Henry Pembele , in the light of the words of General Director we are doing our best to prevent and reduce the mortality rate of Malaria in CONGO .
Im só happy with comment .

Best regards !

Dr. HENRY PEMBELE

June 18, 2017 15:37

The risk is greatest in rural areas. The risk of contamination varies according to the season in many places, being at its maximum at the end of the rainy season. Transmission decreases at altitudes where anopheles can not easily reproduce (above 2,000 to 3,000 meters, depending on location).

Thank you again to remember about the RURAL AREA

ROSE MARY

June 18, 2017 15:32

The risk is greatest in rural areas. The risk of contamination varies according to the season in many places, being at its maximum at the end of the rainy season. Transmission decreases at altitudes where anopheles can not easily reproduce (above 2,000 to 3,000 meters, depending on location).

ROSE MARY

June 18, 2017 15:31

The risk is greatest in rural areas. The risk of contamination varies according to the season in many places, being at its maximum at the end of the rainy season. Transmission decreases at altitudes where anopheles can not easily reproduce (above 2,000 to 3,000 meters, depending on location).

Thank you Louison for thinking about the rural area to set up this project !!!

Dr. HENRY PEMBELE

June 18, 2017 15:27

WHO-recommended tools have made a measurable difference in the global malaria fight," said Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of WHO. "But we need a much bigger push for prevention – especially in Africa, which bears the greatest burden of malaria."
CONGRATULATIONS FOR YOUR PROJECT

BAYE NIASSE

June 18, 2017 15:23

The WHO Global Malaria Programme (GMP) coordinates WHO's global efforts to control and eliminate malaria by:

setting, communicating and promoting the adoption of evidence-based norms, standards, policies, technical strategies, and guidelines;
keeping independent score of global progress;
developing approaches for capacity building, systems strengthening, and surveillance; and
identifying threats to malaria control and elimination as well as new areas for action.

Dr. HENRY PEMBELE

June 18, 2017 15:20

The WHO Global Malaria Programme (GMP) coordinates WHO's global efforts to control and eliminate malaria by:

setting, communicating and promoting the adoption of evidence-based norms, standards, policies, technical strategies, and guidelines;
keeping independent score of global progress;
developing approaches for capacity building, systems strengthening, and surveillance; and
identifying threats to malaria control and elimination as well as new areas for action.

JUNIOR MUKANKO

June 18, 2017 15:16

The WHO Global Malaria Programme (GMP) coordinates WHO's global efforts to control and eliminate malaria by:

setting, communicating and promoting the adoption of evidence-based norms, standards, policies, technical strategies, and guidelines;
keeping independent score of global progress;
developing approaches for capacity building, systems strengthening, and surveillance; and
identifying threats to malaria control and elimination as well as new areas for action.

ROSE MARY

June 18, 2017 15:14

The risk is greatest in rural areas. The risk of contamination varies according to the season in many places, being at its maximum at the end of the rainy season. Transmission decreases at altitudes where anopheles can not easily reproduce (above 2,000 to 3,000 meters, depending on location).

In urban and tourist areas of South-East Asia and Central and South America, travelers are at reduced risk; While those traveling to urban areas in other areas where malaria is endemic, such as sub-Saharan Africa and the Indian subcontinent, are at significant risk of infection.
Congratulations Mr. Louison for this project to help people in rural area

FANDU AKOKOLA

June 18, 2017 15:11

WHO-recommended tools have made a measurable difference in the global malaria fight," said Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of WHO. "But we need a much bigger push for prevention – especially in Africa, which bears the greatest burden of malaria."
Great project to be support Louison !

June 17, 2017 21:40

Thank you Dear Ananda for your kind words , I m very happy to read this .As student in Medicine studieswe can do many things and change the world , i m making profit of all that i m learning in the University to pratice this in my community the most neddy and poorest .Our Organization have a mission to improve the qualit of life in the population in precarious situation .We are working a lot to reach our goals.

June 17, 2017 21:34

Thank you very much Dear Uledi for your kinds words , I m very happy that you know that the Malaria is a serious problem of public health , we need to support this project to tackle the challenge cause by this disease.Many children are dying in Africa for mosquito bite .
Thank you again
Best regards.

June 17, 2017 21:27

Merci beaucoup Junior Mangoba pour votre commentaire , soutenons ce projet enfin que nous puissions reussir a prevenir la mortalité infantile et reduire les episodes de malaria en Republique Democratique du Congo .C'est un vraiment de la santé publique qui implique la participation de tous .
Ensemble nous pour combattre la Malaria , C'est possible .

Ananda dos Santos Conde

June 17, 2017 17:02

This project, promoted by a medical student, is an example of health promotion in a community with serious problems. Malaria is a serious problem that can be tackled with actions like these that need encouragement.

June 17, 2017 14:01

Dear Luison
I real appreciate your effort and focus on local community level.. Its a good project which has to be supported by any of us, its not fault for only DCR but for the whole world in General why should a child die for mosquito bite while we have all the resources to protect them
Congulatulation for this project.

June 17, 2017 14:00

Dear Luison
I real appreciate your effort and focus on local community level.. Its a good project which has to be supported by any of us, its not fault for only DCR but for the whole world in General why should a child die for mosquito bite while we have all the resources to protect them
Congulatulation for this project.

Marcelo Barros

June 17, 2017 02:06

Que ótimo projeto, espero muito que ganhe e que possa salvar muitas vidas! Boa sorte!

What a great project, I hope you win and be able to save many lives! Good luck!

June 17, 2017 01:05

Muito Obrigado Marcelo Barros pelo seu ponto de vista . Precisamos tirar esse projeto no plano virtual para alcançar a população que realmente interessa .Nos estamos lutando para criar um mundo mai saúdavel onde todo mundo merece viver com dignidade .
Obrigado pelo Apoio .

June 17, 2017 01:02

Merci beaucoup Anouchka pour votre commentaire , vrament nous sommes entrain de lutter pour sauver des vies en République Democratique du Congo .Ensemble nous allons faire du Congo un pays saine , prospere et sans pauvreté.
Merci beaucoup vraiment .

Anouchka Mangoba

June 16, 2017 18:50

le paludisme est la maladie la plus meurtrière et représente un lourd fardeau pour le pays. nous te soutenons beaucoup car le projet sauvera de vie. Assainissement de milieu, utilisation de moustiquaire, etc... sont de moyen pour lutter contre la malaria.

Barros Marcelo

June 16, 2017 16:01

Não podemos esquecer que o desenvolvimento contínuo de distintas formas de atuação faz parte de um processo de gerenciamento de alternativas às soluções ortodoxas para combater a Malária no Congo

Marcelo Barros

June 15, 2017 20:58

Espero muito que esse ptojeto ganhe! Conheço pessoalmente seu criador (Louison), sua história e seu caráter, acredito que esse projeto vai ajudar a salvar e a melhorar muitas vidas em sua terra natal!

Ana Matos

June 15, 2017 19:49

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Anouchka Mangoba

June 15, 2017 19:42

Les outils de prévention contre le paludisme, tels que les moustiquaires imprégnées d’insecticide, les pulvérisations d’insecticide à effet rémanent à l’intérieur des habitations et les traitements préventifs, sont puissants et efficaces pour un faible coût. Mais nombre de ceux qui en ont besoin n’y ont toujours pas accès. Lors de la Journée mondiale de lutte contre le paludisme 2017, célébrée le 25 avril, l’OMS demande aux pays et à leurs partenaires du développement d’améliorer d’urgence l’accès à ces outils de prévention qui sauvent des vies.

Malaria prevention tools, such as insecticide-treated nets, indoor residual insecticide sprays and preventive treatments, are powerful and effective at low cost. But many of those who need it still do not have access to it. On World Malaria Day 2017, celebrated on 25 April, WHO calls on countries and their development partners to urgently improve access to these life-saving prevention tools.

La prévention est la meilleure façon pour le combat de la maladie. Gracias Louison.

LEATICIA LUBAKI

June 15, 2017 17:49

Malaria is a potentially fatal parasitic disease transmitted by mosquitoes. It was originally believed that this disease originated from marshy areas, hence the name malaria derived from the ancient word 'palud' marsh. In 1880, scientists discovered the true cause of malaria, a unicellular parasite called plasmodium. They then discovered that the parasite was transmitted from one person to another by the bites of a female Anopheles mosquito, who needs blood to feed her eggs ... Every year, malaria causes many victims in the DRC. This endemic condition particularly affects children under 5 years of age and pregnant women. A good prevention policy is needed to fight it. Courage for your project Louison.

JUNIOR GOGO

June 15, 2017 17:15

"Vaut mieux prévenir que guérir", dit-on, une meilleure façon de rééduquer ou de combattre la malaria, ou quelques autres maladies c'est la prévention. Vous avez un bon projet qui prime aussi "la prévention", nous sommes derrière toi, que Dieu te protège et assiste votre projet. Je lance un appel humanitaire pour le monde entier et un appel patriotique pour natif de la RDCongo de voter pour ce projet.

June 15, 2017 04:10

Hello Mr Kevin ,
Thanks for great idea To get touch with World health Organization .
It one of our objectives in this compétition To find a partners usefull to realize our project .

June 15, 2017 00:35

Hi Dear Louison

I think it's excellent work congratulates you continue to help those who need it, I think you should write a letter and make alliance with the World Health Organization, so they can help you with the medical supplies and see your project as soon as possible Advanced this way, the money will soon arrive

June 14, 2017 17:48

Muito Obrigado Junior Mangoba pelo retorno positivo ,
Precisamos ajudar o próximo para criar um mundo mais saúdavel e pacífico .Saber que tem pessoas como ove torcendo pelo nosso sucesso .Nos ficamos muito felizes em ler seu comentário.
Grande Abraço !

June 14, 2017 17:41

Hey Dear Kevin ,
Thank you very much for your feedback and your interrest to read our project and ask questions .
Our Organization works to improve the quality of life of the people in Democratic Republic of Congo by investing to vulnerable people to build sustainable, healthy and productive communities. This project is one of many project that the Organization has developped since its creation , we are trying to do our best by preventing the malaria death with our litle ressource .This competition is an opportunity for us to extend our Work because we don't have a sufiicient financial support to invest to the target population .This project aims to help more than 200, 000 thousand children and to establish a centrer of control and prevention of Malaria .We need financial support and partenrs usefull to realize our goals.
Others Organization work in the urban area , we are the only organization whom work most to rural area and vulnerable people , most needy and poorest. This is the talent of our Organization

June 14, 2017 04:30

Dear Louison
Hi,
I like your project, I like that other doctors are concerned about the welfare and health of the community that needs it as health education according to the promotion and prevention, based on epidemiology, these numbers are impressive, here in Nicaragua Our prevalent infectious diseases by vectors Aedes Aegypti and Albopictus are Dengue, Chikungunya and Zika, and our Caribbean region is Malaria, and we do in the public health unit several methods of prevention and promotion of how to prevent these diseases and also the attention to the sick and rehabilitation.
I have two questions.
Does your organization intend to achieve by winning this competition?
In your organization use something new or new method to prevent, what is different from other organizations?

June 14, 2017 02:57

Caro Marcelo Barros ,
Boa noite !

Seu ponto de vista é muito importante devemos lutar para enfrentar tudo o que dificulta o avanço de Saúde no Congo .Junto podemos fazer alguma coisa .
Obrigado por torcer para nós.

June 14, 2017 01:35

Caros Marcelo Barros ,
Boa noite !

Seu ponto de vista é muito importante devemos lutar para enfrentar tudo o que dificulta o avanço de Saúde no Congo .Junto podemos fazer alguma coisa .
Obrigado por torcer para nós.

June 14, 2017 01:31

Thank you dear Adam KIng for your feedback ,
we will begin to the Gungu village because it one of the most needy and poorest .However Malaria is one of the public health problem in DR. Congo and most of countries in Africa.We have improved this project by establishing the center of Controle and prevention of Malaria .This center will be importante to extend our activities in others villages with objectives to do the Congo free Malaria country.

Marcelo Barros

June 13, 2017 13:41

O incentivo ao avanço tecnológico, assim como a percepção das dificuldades agrega valor ao estabelecimento do processo de combate às desigualdades como um todo para ajudar a combater a malária no Congo!

June 13, 2017 02:29

Malaria is a very deadly disease and making your project about this disease stands out quite a bit. Since your project is aiming to save 200,000 children and it becomes successful, will you all think about targeting other countries and villages with a high death rate caused by Malaria?

Fernanda

June 12, 2017 23:54

Projeto de grande relevância!! Tem grande potencial de ajudar Inumeras de crianças que infelizmente morrem devido à malária!! Projeto maravilhoso! São projetos como esse que podem pouco a pouco transformar a nossa realidade, tão dura para muitos pequenos!

JUNIOR GOGO

June 12, 2017 19:32

Olá, parabéns para o projeto contra o paludismo, estamos todos atrás de você, nós votar maciçamente para o projeto, que o Deus de nosso enceintre protege. Estamos juntos

LEATICIA LUBAKI

June 12, 2017 19:28

Congratulation for the project to fight against malaria, all are behind you, we vote massively for the project, that the God of our pregnant protects you. we are together

June 12, 2017 18:06

Thank you Dear Helena Matos ,
Im happy to read this , we are doing our best to emprove the life and to bring a well being to the population in precarious situation . As you know , in DR.Congo to acess to healthcare is private , you need to have money to tackle this .But most of population live under the poverty line in Urban area. And can you imagine how is the life in rural area ?Very worst situation and the consequence is very bad .SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI is trying to tackle this challenge. With your support we thing we will reach our Goals.
Thank you again for your support

June 12, 2017 15:16

Thank you Dear Hnery Mova for your kind word .May God bless you too . I m so happy to hear that you re praying for me .Thank you again for this support .Together we can make the world the better place where a human race will live with dignity .

Sincerely yours .

HENRY MOVA

June 12, 2017 15:10

Dear Louison Mbombo,
Hello,
Congratulations for your project , it really interesting because malaria remains a major public health problem in Democratic Republic of Congo.I wish you all success and we re support your project by voting and our prayers goes to you .
May God bless you and makes you profit to his eternal Glory .

Helena Mattos

June 12, 2017 13:41

I'm very happy and proud to see a project like yours and I'm a great supporter. I think it is very positive an initiative for the community that starts from someone within this community itself. I wish you and the community in the Democratic Republic of Congo the best. Cheers.

June 11, 2017 01:27

Thanks for getting back to me Preeti and thank you for answer .I wish you all the success with your project to Engagement of women in the program.Anything else don't hasitate to get touch to me .I can share my litle experience with you about the Women Empowerment.

Sincerely yours .

June 9, 2017 22:38

Hey Andressa , yes me too i saw this in UFMG webpage , i thanks the FEDERAL UNIERSITY OF MINAS GERAIS for this support to disclose what SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI is doing in DR .Congo and thank you for your kind words.
We are togehther hand by hand to bring a well being for children who are dying every year in my Country.

Best regards.

June 9, 2017 20:30

Hey Mr. Kemal . thanks for your kind words ,
SOLIDARIEDAE NA MOKILI is a leading non-governmental organization (NGO) committed to addressing Human development and policy issues by working with vulnerable people to build sustainable, healthy and productive communities. in the following areas: - Emergencies and disasters; - Supply of water and food; - Sexual, reproductive and child health; - Environmental sanitation; - Health Ethics; -Fight against VIH/AIDS - Support for orphans,street children and abandoned child - Human rights; -Training, Studies and Research. - Development sustainable(Agriculture ,Clean water ,Energy renewable ) The financial SOURCE come from: -Membership fees; - Grants from Partners - Income generate Activities authorized by Congolese than international law

Andressa Caires

June 9, 2017 19:06

I read about the project at the UFMG's webpage and im so excited about this! I think its a wonderful initiative and i hope i can be part of it by voting, to say the least. Good luck!

Preeti

June 9, 2017 08:50

Thanks for visiting our project. Engagement of women in the program. Improvement in their life style and improvement in their economic conditions are the best indicators to measure the success of our project.

June 9, 2017 05:38

Hi Louison,
Your project is really interesting and helpful. Congratulations for coming up with this kind project.
I hope you will be successful and work on it's implementation.
If you don't mind , I would like to ask you about the resources. How do you get the financial and human resources?
Good luck

June 8, 2017 19:35

Thank you Dear Preeti for your question ,
I will repeat what i answered to Mr. Adam
With our workplan, our project aims to achieve its objectives through the use of community mobilization strategies that ensure active and sustained community participation in project implementation. This entails sensitization meetings with community stakeholders (village elders, community leaders, and women groups, youth groups and children themselves) to enlist their support. Community sensitization meetings will be conducted in all target communities to seek community support and ownership of project.

In collaboration with community stakeholders, community-based environmental sanitation monitoring committees (comprised of all community stakeholders) will be established in each of the twelves target villages. The environmental monitoring committees will serve as a village task-force for supervision of community responsibilities related to organising, implementation and monitoring of environmental sanitation activities in their various communities. The community taskforce units will also serve as focal points for distribution of the insecticide treated bednets to families with under-five children in their various villages.

June 8, 2017 06:58

It seems to be a good project for community health. I wish to know your implementation strategy. The steps you will take and how will will engage community in your implementation plan?

June 8, 2017 04:08

Hi
I like your project and all things that SOLIDARIEDAE NA MAKILI, doing in your ccommunity, And this malaria project is one of the best project especially in African countries where malaria kill a lot of people especially in rural areas
Wish you luck and your a winner
Thank you

June 8, 2017 03:27

Thank you very much Mr. Ayomide ,

God bless you too . Hope to work in partnership with you to continue to help African Comunity usefull to eradicate the malaria episode .
Anything else , don't hasitate to get touch with me .

Best regards.

June 7, 2017 19:55

Hello Louison!

This is a great and commendable project. God bless you as you do more to impact your community positively!
We stand with rolling back Malaria..

Kind Regards,
Ayomide.

Sarah Maciel

June 7, 2017 19:11

It´s an amazing humanitary iniciative from a medschool mate who never left his people behind.
We believe in your project, Louison! It´s already a great success and can get even better to help thousands of people!

June 7, 2017 04:11

Thank you Mr . Pablo Seiji for your kinds ,
We want to provide the local health community with a comprehensive overview of progress in the fight against malaria.We hope this competition it is an occasion to highlight the need for investment and sustained political commitment for malaria prevention and control.
Let support this project to save the life.

Sincereley yours !

June 7, 2017 04:03

Thank you Mr . Pablo Seiji for your kinds ,
We want to provide the local health community with a comprehensive overview of progress in the fight against malaria.We hope this competition it is an occasion to highlight the need for investment and sustained political commitment for malaria prevention and control.
Let support this project to save the life.

Sincereley yours !

June 7, 2017 04:03

Thank you Mr . Pablo Seiji for your kinds ,
We want to provide the local health community with a comprehensive overview of progress in the fight against malaria.We hope this competition it is an occasion to highlight the need for investment and sustained political commitment for malaria prevention and control.
Let support this project to save the life.

Sincereley yours !

June 7, 2017 04:02

Thank you Mr . Pablo Seiji for your kinds ,
We want to provide the local health community with a comprehensive overview of progress in the fight against malaria.We hope this competition it is an occasion to highlight the need for investment and sustained political commitment for malaria prevention and control.
Let support this project to save the life.

Sincereley yours !

Pablo Seiji

June 7, 2017 03:35

A great project that safeguards the lives of thousands of children in Congo and pave the way for a brighter future to our world. Furthermore, it engages a major problem as malaria and contributes for mankind to achieve the UN's Millennium Development Goals. Congratulations to Mr. Louison Mbombo and his team for boldly launch this project!

June 6, 2017 22:56

Dear Belinda ,
Thank you for kind words , i m very happy to get this positive feedback . visit our website too www.solidariedadenamokili.org or our facebook page SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI ASBL
Anything else don't hasitate to get touch with us .

Best regards.

Belinda ilenge

June 6, 2017 21:51

Hello louison
You are doing a great job, I pray that you win because you are helping our population and our community. May God open the door of heaven for you so that you can continue to help people. I saw everything that you are doing on YouTube

June 6, 2017 19:58

Thanks very much Dear Belinda for your kind words.As you know , we must tackle the helth access challenge to the vulnerable population . Our Ogranization aims to create an impact social for the development . We need to run because they are people die every day with the problem that we can solve in few minutes.Hope to this competition to be our way to solve these problem.

Warmest regards with kind love .

June 6, 2017 15:10

Merci beaucoup Tatiana pour ton commentaire , la République Democratique du Congo est un pays que nous devons toujours honorés et lutter pour un future meilleur aux generations avenir .Notre mission c'est le bien-être de tous avec une attention particuliére au plus démunis .Les habitants de la zone rurales sont isolés et rejetés a cause de leur situation géographique. nous sommes engagé a fournir des efforts necessaires pour chercher de Créer un impact rapide et vital sur le bien-être de la population en précarité ou victime enfin de réduire considérablement la pauvreté, la violence et participer au développement du pays.

June 6, 2017 15:00

Muito Obrigado Dr. Elias Almeida pelo comentário , como você sabe meu sonho é fazer da República Democrática do Congo ,um país onde todo mundo terá acesso a Saúde como um Direito .Estamos lutando muito como uma organização sem fins lucrativos para conseguir parceria com diversas instituições necessárias para criar um impacto rápido do bem estar .Precisamos tirar esse projeto no plano virtual para alcançar a população que realmente interessa .Preciso muito apoio de todos para conseguir .

June 6, 2017 05:04

Hey Mr. Ahmed ,
Yes we make the handbook guidance of definition of Malaria and prevention method the acording the World Health Organization (WHO) ;Malaria is caused by parasites that are transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes. P. falciparum is the most prevalent malaria parasite in Africa and responsible for most malaria deaths globally. P. vivax is the dominant parasite outside of sub-Saharan Africa.
Our project will use the advances that came through the use of the core malaria control tools that have been widely deployed over the last decade :
* Insecticide-treated bed-nets
* Indoor residual spraying
* Rapid diagnosis testing and artemisinin -based combination therapies.
The acording the WHO African Region since 2000 with this method, malaria mortality rates fell by 71 per cent among children under 5 years.

June 6, 2017 05:04

Hey Mr. Ahmed ,
Yes we make the handbook guidance of definition of Malaria and prevention method the acording the World Health Organization (WHO) ;Malaria is caused by parasites that are transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes. P. falciparum is the most prevalent malaria parasite in Africa and responsible for most malaria deaths globally. P. vivax is the dominant parasite outside of sub-Saharan Africa.
Our project will use the advances that came through the use of the core malaria control tools that have been widely deployed over the last decade :
* Insecticide-treated bed-nets
* Indoor residual spraying
* Rapid diagnosis testing and artemisinin -based combination therapies.
The acording the WHO African Region since 2000 with this method, malaria mortality rates fell by 71 per cent among children under 5 years.

June 6, 2017 04:12

Hey Mr. Adam King , thanks for your question . After a carefull studies about our project and our Villages ;we arrived to the conviction that it is possible to reduce the mortality death by Malaria up to 70 per cent .For exemple Simply sleeping under insecticide treated bednets reduces malaria mortality by as much as 20-50 percent, (UNICEF).
With our workplan, our project aims to achieve its objectives through the use of community mobilization strategies that ensure active and sustained community participation in project implementation. This entails sensitization meetings with community stakeholders (village elders, community leaders, and women groups, youth groups and children themselves) to enlist their support. Community sensitization meetings will be conducted in all target communities to seek community support and ownership of project.

In collaboration with community stakeholders, community-based environmental sanitation monitoring committees (comprised of all community stakeholders) will be established in each of the twelves target villages. The environmental monitoring committees will serve as a village task-force for supervision of community responsibilities related to organising, implementation and monitoring of environmental sanitation activities in their various communities. The community taskforce units will also serve as focal points for distribution of the insecticide treated bednets to families with under-five children in their various villages.

June 6, 2017 03:56

Hello Varunavi , my apologies to be late to answer with your question .I was very busy ;
Thanks for your message .It is an amazing experience to work with women and children .They welcomed us and there are very lovely and hopefully .I m very happy to invest to people in need usefull to create a well being and to fight against poverty.

Warmest regards with kind love .

Belinda ilenge

May 31, 2017 15:25

Keep up the great job louison, I\\\'m so proud of you. You are doing such an amazing job. We have seen what you have accomplish in Gungu and we pray the almighty God to bless your non for profit organizations so that you can continue helping people in need. May God assist you. You have all our support.

ROSE MARY

May 30, 2017 01:13

Preventing is better than cure .May God bless you and makes you profit to his eternal Glory .You re amazing man .
you re inspire people NOT ONLY IN Brazil and Congo but around the world .

May 26, 2017 02:04

Quando vemos uma possibilidade de ajudar, não podemos nos esconder.
Faça isso Louison e mostre para aqueles que fizeram seu povo sofrer que o bem é a melhor arma para lutar.
Todos merecem uma vida no mínimo digna.

May 24, 2017 17:26

Greetings MR: LOUISON MBOMBO,

This is great noble project, to save a life is like saving the whole world, that is very good for society because The human resource is the main element in the production wheel
do you make guidance handbooks for the definition of disease and prevention methods ? ~ Prevention is better than cure.

Best wishes :)

Tatiana Ibieyi

May 19, 2017 22:02

Bonjour Louison!
Je suis ravi d'apprendre que vous êtes au point de sauver plus de 70% des vies dans cette région de la RDC. Protéger une vie dès la naissance garantie une croissance merveilleuse et épargne certaines inconvénients... Avec telle initiative, tu ne manquera jamais l'aide de Dieu pour y parvenir. Bonne chance

Lucas da Mata

May 17, 2017 19:22

Wonderful project!
Louison Mbombo is a student at UFMG. He's a great guy and his project amazes everyone in college.
He deserves to win.
I hopefully expect that his project work.
Good luck Louison!

May 17, 2017 17:00

How did you arrive at 70% reduction rate? What sort of progress do you need to make quarterly to reach your goal of reduction in 24 months? Do you face impediments in terms of access to populations, staff shortages, and or other hurdles that make progress harder to make?

BAYE NIASSE

May 15, 2017 21:33

Courage Louison ,pour ton iniciative de soutenir toujours le faible en Republique Democratique du Congo. Nous te soutenons .La Malaria tue les enfants en RDC ,de tel projet est vraiment indispensable pour le bien etre de cette population

Bonne chance et Courage !

LEATICIA LUBAKI

May 15, 2017 19:42

Une très bonne initiative pour notre pays avec un système de santé abandonné par le gouvernement, celle de telle initiative peut sauver la population congolaise. Courage.

JUNIOR GOGO

May 14, 2017 17:13

NOUS VOUS REMERCIONS POUR VOTRE IDÉE DE SOUTENIR NOTRE PEUPLE AVEC DES LOURDES TACHES QUE NOUS AVONS DEVANT LE DEFIS QUI POSE DANS LE SECTEUR DE LA SANTÉ PUBLIQUE EN RDC .
Vraiment courage mon frere,nous sommes tous derriere vous !
Felicitation

ISSA MANGOBA

May 14, 2017 15:05

Thank you brother for your iniciative and willing to help children in need in Our ountry , we are proud of you Louison .
Congratulation for your work !
Anything else don\\\'t hasitate to get with me

Kind regards !

May 12, 2017 12:52

Pessoas na RDC sofrem devido às políticas públicas equivocadas, mas enquanto houver pessoas como você, haverá esperança. A mobilização tem que sair do plano virtual e realmente alcançar quem realmente interessa. Bela iniciativa. Parabéns!

May 12, 2017 12:52

Hi Louison,
You're doing a great job in helping the people. The picures are lovely and your work is amazing.
I have been working on a similar project of preventing mosquito-borne diseases in India. If you want any help relating to the Idea, feel free to talk.

How has your experience been since you started this organisation? What feedback have you received for the citizens?
I want to hear all about it.

All The Best!

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