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Fighting Malaria one step at a time!

Our team met with representatives from USAID – US Agency for International DevelopmentĀ  and Peace Corps eager to discuss our project’s progress and future plans. The Peace Corps team brought a wealth of expertise and experience, while our Peace Corps volunteer, Elle, and her counterpart, Ivan, shared valuable insights from their work in the field.

As we sat down, the energy in the room was palpable. We began by reviewing our project’s achievements so far, from community engagement to infrastructure development. The USAID team offered constructive feedback and suggestions, which we gratefully received.

Elle, with her extensive creativity and Ivans knowledge of the local context, helped us refine our strategies to better serve the community. Their passion for sustainable development was inspiring, and we were all motivated by their dedication.

As the meeting drew to a close, we felt a sense of accomplishment and renewed enthusiasm. We knew that together, we could make a meaningful impact in the lives of those we serve. The meeting was a testament to the power of partnership and collaboration, and we looked forward to continuing our work together.

Throughout the meeting, ideas flowed freely, and we explored innovative solutions to address the challenges we face. The collaboration was seamless, with everyone contributing their expertise to create a comprehensive plan.

We also visited families who received mosquito nets, as part of our World Malaria Month Initiative. We visited Min Arach’s home, who warmly welcomed us. She shared with us how the mosquito nets have saved her children from frequent malaria attacks. Her happiness was evident in the number of fruits she gave to me and the visiting team. I was amazed by the variety of fruits she had grown around her home – avocadoes, mangoes, guavas, and more! Whilst others walked away with bags full of fruits, I picked a few cocoa pods, feeling grateful for the opportunity to connect with the community and see the impact of our work firsthand.

The visit was a poignant reminder of why we do what we do. Seeing the smiles on the faces of the families we serve makes all our efforts worthwhile. We left the community feeling inspired and motivated to continue our work, knowing that we are making a difference in the lives of others.

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