“People should always remember to sleep under a mosquito net and drain stagnant water—the the most dangerous cause of malaria.”
Akhid Shema 12, P.6.
“We should remember to slash bushes near our homes and at our school compounds. Also always sleep under treated mosquito nets.”
Queen Ntumulize 13, P.6.
“Draining stagnant water around our homes and schools is very important because that is where mosquitoes breed.”
Jonathan Gasana 12, P.6.
“People should remember to close their windows in the evening to stop mosquitoes from entering the house.”
Patience Umukunzi 11, P.5.
“Sleeping under mosquito nets is not enough to stop malaria; we should remember to spray and wash them in due time.”
Robert Tuyishime 15, P.6.
“Mosquitoes can be prevented by spraying insecticide in the house, sleeping under treated nets and clearing bushes near our homes.” Tempor Nkurunziza 14, P.6
“It is very important to visit a doctor if you have malaria and take all the medicine you are given.”
Cyspine Ruzibiza 11, P.6.
“If I was a teacher today, I would teach children about sleeping under a well-sprayed mosquito net.”
Charity Neza 11, P.6