World Malaria Day on the 25 April highlights the need for continued research, investment and sustained commitment by both government and private organisations for malaria prevention and control.
Researchers have been working on a vaccine for the last 30 years and The World Health Organisation is currently considering approving the latest vaccine – called R21 – which appears to be hugely effective. Ghana have taken the plunge and have already approved it. (BBC News – Ghana first to approve ‘world-changer‘ malaria vaccine: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-65252511)
With fatality numbers in excess of 620 000 per annum, majority of those children in Africa, proven tools and methods such as insecticide-treated bed nets in high malaria areas is a recommended practise to reduce these numbers.
As mosquito net manufacturers for 3 decades and forerunners in the tourism and hospitality industry, Kiwinet has been contributing to malaria prevention for adventurers and travellers alike.
Kiwinet proudly donate to communities in need to protect those most vulnerable. Our image references the cutest little people in a local Mpumalanga school who now get to nap daily under the protection of a Kiwinet in the corner of their classroom.
Our Company Mission is: To create a Safe Sleep Sanctuary for a romantic, dreamy, restful experience, while saving lives.
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