More Bang for the Buck: Care for Your ITNs

Oct 26, 2016 | Vector Works

ITNs are one of the most effective tools to prevent malaria. However, once ITNs are in use in households, they can suffer wear and tear, shortening their lifespan. By caring for ITNs, the rate of deterioration can be delayed, keeping ITNs lasting longer and protecting communities from malaria.

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