Better Access to Medicine, Bed Nets Reduces Malaria Cases in Rural Guinea

USAID’s StopPalu project, which launched in 2013 and ends in September 2017, aims to reduce malaria prevalence by 50 percent by strengthening malaria prevention, diagnosis and treatment in Guinea.

In 2016, USAID’s StopPalu project distributed more than 3.3 million insecticide-treated bed nets in Guinea, reaching almost 1 million households — nearly 90 percent of all households targeted.

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