GHANA SCOUT ASSOCIATION DONATES TREATED MOSQUITO NETS
The Ghana Scout Association (GSA) on Saturday 13th April 2019 donated 200 mosquito nets to the people Apam in the Central Region to combat maleria.
The team visited Kantem, Alata and Nsuoakyi, all communities at Apam. The project targeted pregnant women, lactating mothers and mothers with children below the ages of five years. This project was a compain to fight maleria in communities. The Deputy Chief Commissioner, Mr. Hilary Yaw Awusie was in attendance to assist in the community entry process and the distribution of the treated mosquito nets.
The team tought the people how to fix the treated nets and how to maintain them to last longer.
This project is designed to help the less privileged communities combat maleria. Malaria is one of the deadliest diseases on the African Continent and as part of the Scouts dedication to promote good health practices this project was undertaken. This project will help the people of these communities prevent malaria from attacking them.
The elders of the communities thanked the Ghana Scout Association for their support and for taking them into consideration for the project.
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