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Griffin Cubs, St Albans Ghana 2023

PHASE Three OF SCOUTS AGAINST MALARIA PROJECTS The main goal of the scouts against malaria project was to assist the vulnerable and the marginalized rural people with relevant information and education needed to stay protected against the deadly malaria disease. The project also foresaw the distribution of mosquito nets to people in the rural communities of the northern region of Ghana particularly, pregnant women, lactating mothers and the aged.

Having completed the second phase of the project last year, the region received a third tranche of funding from the Griffin Cub Scouts group to execute this next phase of the project. The team visited two selected rural communities (Dalun and Saakuba) in the region, reaching out to women, lactating mothers, the aged and some youth through a door-to-door campaign and distributed over 300 mosquito nets to help prevent malaria.

 The team also educated them on the need to stay protected and gave them mosquito nets to help in that regard.

60 Cub Scouts, Scouts and Scout leaders participated in the distribution exercise.

Entebbe Uganda Feb/March 2023

May/June 2022

3rd St Albans (Griffin) partnership with Tamale, Ghana net distribution June 2021

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