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Distributed by NetLife Africa

Netlife was founded by Saint Louis University Medical Students, Andrew Sherman and Jesse Matthews, who distribute nets in Senegal. They do this during their summer vacation. Netlife is a non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention of malaria.

LLINs

What is a Long-Lasting Insecticidal Net (LLIN)?

An LLIN is a mosquito net impregnated with insecticide.

The insecticide is cleverly bound within the fibres that make up the netting and is 'slow released' over a 4-5 year period. Hence 'long lasting'.

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Bandafassi, Senegal  

Nets: 1,000 LLINs
When: Jun-Jul 07
Distributed by  NetLife Africa    NetLife Africa


The nets will be distributed in 15-20 villages around Bandafassi in the Kedougou health district. Recipients will be principally pregnant women and mothers with children under 5.

This is a high risk malaria area. All the villages lack health care resources and access to curative measures for malaria is very difficult meaning prevention of malaria is so important here.

Documentation

Map

Locations

A distribution sometimes takes place in a number of locations. Each location may have its own pictures and video.

Survey status

Surveys take place 6, 18, 30 and 42 months post-distribution. A survey of 50 households provides sample information on what proportion of nets continue to be used, if they are used correctly and the state of the nets.

  • Expected
  • Not expected
  • Very good/good
  • Acceptable
  • Not OK
  • Partner Refused
# LLINs LocationWhenStatus  Surveys
1,000   Bandafassi Jun-Jul 07 Status Photos Videos
Not expected
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Not expected
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Distribution status

The bednet distribution programmes go through a number of different states from being manufactured to being installed over a head/bed:
  • Being manufactured
  • Ready at factory
  • En-route to country
  • Arrived in country
  • En-route to zone
  • Being distributed
  • Distribution complete

Survey status and net condition

Surveys take place 6, 18, 30 and 42 months post-distribution. A survey of 50 households provides sample information on what proportion of nets continue to be used, if they are used correctly and the state of the nets.

   Survey status
  • Expected
  • Not expected
  • Partner Refused
   Net condition
  • Very good/good
  • Acceptable
  • Not OK

Bandafassi, Senegal

 

Status Distribution complete Distribution complete

The distribution was completed successfully as planned.


Photoset editor: Rob M