Bed Nets for Northern Namibia Hope to Halt Malaria in its Tracks

Community and Anglican faith leaders have gathered in the northern town of Ondangwa to mobilize a broad-reaching initiative that aims to reduce and ultimately eliminate malaria from the border regions of southern Africa.

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A local clinic, filled with community members, illustrates the pressure and overwhelming demands on the health system. Through a collaborative approach that has evolved between various partners - J.C. Flowers Foundation, BASF, local Anglican faith leaders, and the government - each is empowered to play their role according to their strengths and regional presence.

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