WDI launched its public education program in 2016 with radio jingles to inform and educate the public on preventive and care seeking practices to reduce malaria incidences and fatalities. Education and enlightenment programs primarily target low-income and vulnerable populations.
We believe the benefits of education for the most vulnerable go a long way towards reducing their risk of infection. It offers people a better understanding and awareness of the disease and those at risk are far more likely to use insecticide-treated bed nets properly, be aware of symptoms and know how to seek treatment if they have been educated about malaria.
We are committed to providing malaria education and information and utilize print and electronic media for our campaigns.
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