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.

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 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.

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.