2015 MAP Program Coordinators: Juliette Fry & Kayla McAvoy

Malaria is preventable. Join us in our fight to empower rural South African communities to fight this deadly disease through innovative health education and social enterprise initiatives.

For the past three years, One Sun Health has empowered community health workers to provide innovative malaria education programs to their communities in the highest-risk regions of South Africa. Although the Malaria Awareness Program (MAP) has trained over 80 health workers who have educated over 900 community members to date, there are countless more families who do not have access to the basic educational tools necessary to prevent and effectively treat malaria. Juliette Fry and Kayla McAvoy plan to spend 2 months on the ground this summer as 2015 MAP Program Coordinators. In this role, they will support the Malaria Awareness Program by facilitating expansion of the program and training new Home-Based Care Workers. In order to make this vision a reality, they need your support.

Please visit www.onesunhealth.org to learn more.

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