PYAfrica Abuja intervention project

A successful project carried out by PYAfrica Abuja team, Nigeria 
Sequel to the needs assessment carried out earlier on our previous visit to chibiri village, we decided in our meeting to help in controlling malaria by distributing Mosquito nets to the villagers.
We arrived the village at about 10:00am on the 13th of May, 2017.
We were received by the youths of the village who took us to meet the Sarki (chief) of chibiri village who was excited to see us and appreciated our coming to control the outbreak of malaria in their dear community.
The distribution of mosquito nets started with pregnant women and nursing mothers who were more vulnerable to malaria and this is in line with securing the future of Nigeria by seeing that children were kept safe and free from malaria. 
Prior to the distribution, the women were educated on the need to use these nets so as to shield themselves from mosquito bite which is a major carrier and cause of the outbreak of malaria, which as we know puts the lives of these young ones at a very high risk.
We distributed the total sum of 75 (seventy-five) nets amongst these women who received their nets with smiles on their faces and gratefulness in their hearts as they expressed their gratitude to member PYAfrica. 
Though the needs might not have been met completely but we still hope to go back in due course to reach out to some of these women who could not get nets which we had in limited stock and we beckon on well-meaning Nigerians to come to our aid and help us in reaching out to this people.
Long live PYAfrica 
Long live Nigeria 
Long live Africa