AILELC hosted a campaign originated by a local resident who was concerned about an outbreak of Chikun Gunia, a mosquito borne disease. Plastic litter was obstructing water courses and creating stagnant pools – which are good breeding places for mosquitoes. CHATI took an active part in the events.

ABOVE: Victor, AILELC evangelist instructs villagers on the dangers of plastic litter.

ABOVE: An awareness march sets off through the village.


ABOVE: The results of the village litter pick.

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