1.3 million people targeted in mosquito net distribution
By Kevine Omollo
| May 1st 2017
At least 1.3 million residents are set to benefit from about 700,000 treated mosquito nets in Kisumu County's Malaria Control Strategy.
The county Malaria Control Unit (MCU) last week completed a two-week registration exercise and community health promotion ahead of the distribution.
Area MCU coordinator Lilyana Dayo said 1,321,910 people in 266,411 households had been registered in the ongoing anti-malaria campaign and would be issued with the nets.
"Every two people in a household will get one treated mosquito net, and we have managed to reach every part of the county," said Dayo.
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