Contact details in Nigeria
For more information on REMaRAG in Nigeria contact Dr. Dele Balogun, D9110
The Gberfu multi - club project will be in action on the 12th October 2012 supplying and hanging LLIN's, educating young and old how to avoid getting Malaria including residual house spraying. Working closely with the local health workers and the village elders we wish them every success
26th September 2012
The Roll Back Malaria radio drama provided an opportunity to reach a wide audience of over 20million people in southwest Nigeria.
It was aired during the morning belt on very popular local radio stations the medium of communication was in Yoruba and pidgin English – local languages popular all over the south western Nigeria.
The drama analysed malaria as a very deadly disease in children and pregnant women. It emphasized the economic loss especially during the rainy season. It also laid emphasis on methods of prevention and the efficacy of the insecticide treated bednets.
The discussion and phone sessions provided opportunities for further information and education.
The drama has complemented efforts of the government and non-governmental organizations involved in Roll Back Malaria activities.
Submitted 24th Sept 2010