What is Malaria

Malaria is a disease caused by plasmodium parasite transmitted by the bite of a female anopheles mosquito

How is malaria transmitted?

When a mosquito bites an infected person , a small amount of blood is taken which contains malaria parasites

These parasites develop witihin the mosquito in about a week

when the mosquito takes its next blood meal, the parasites are injected with the mosquito's saliva into the person being bitten

after a period between 2 weeks and several months spent in the liver, the malaria starts to multiply within the red blood cells causing malaria.

 

What are the signs of malaria ?

Regular symptoms

fever

headache

pain in the abdomen, joints and body

bitterness in the mouth

weakness

Serious symptoms

convulsion in children

miscarriage

anaemia in pregnancy

loss of consciousness (coma)

organ failure (kidney, liver)

why do you need Mortein powerGard?

kills 100% mosquitoes

safe around children

continuos protection

kills all insects

 

Protects yourself from Malaria

Sleep under longlasting insecticide treated nets (LLINs nets)

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Spray your homes with a quality mosquito killer like Mortein

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Use Mortein NaturGard automatic
insect control system to ensure
continuous protection from mosquitoes

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Drain stagnant water around your homes and cover all containers with water to stop mosquitoes from breeding 

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