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Muslim Hands Donates Mosquito Nets to Kotu Quarry

Oct 7, 2008, 5:55 AM | Article By: Pa Modou Faal

Muslim Hands, the Gambia office recently distributed three hundred Mosquito Nets to the Community of Kotu Quarry at the Kotu Quarry Central mosque.

In an interview with Health Matters shortly after the end of their first phase of the long lasting Net distribution Ousman Bojang Senior project Manager Muslim Hands describe the first phase of the distribution as impressive noting that Ebo-Town, Manjai-Kunda and Kotu Quarry has benefited from the distribution adding that the targeted groups were pregnant women and child under five years.

Mr Bojang said in one month time they are expecting another consignment of mosquito nets.

He stated that for the second phase of distribution they will also lend support to the communities that have not benefited.

He also seize the opportunity to thanked the various communities for their active participation during the course of the exercise adding that Muslim Hands is ready to compliment government efforts in thefight against malaria.

It could be recalled that recently Muslims Hands has sensitized Imams and communities on the mode of fighting malaria in the various and also urged imams to used their sermons in the mosque to sensitize people about malaria.