You Can’t Fight Malaria without Community Health Workers

Apr 2015
Makono, sitting outside his home in Chimphanga village, is among the Health Surveillance Assistants who help bring malaria prevention and treatment services to women and families in Malawi.
Makono, a Health Surveillance Assistant, is among the 2,105 health workers in Malawi who have been trained with support by the President’s Malaria Initiative to diagnose and treat malaria, pneumonia, diarrhea, and eye infections in children two months to five years old in hard-to-reach communities. 

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