Project Mosquito Net
Equalize Access to Resources on This World AIDS Day
Dear Power of Love Friend: Greetings! On this World AIDS Day, UNAIDS is urging each of us to reduce the inequalities which are slowing progress in ending AIDS. Over the last 40 years of HIV response, vulnerable populations have not had equal access to testing, treatment, and new technologies.
There is a Continuing Need for Malaria Prevention Efforts
Malaria in Africa: Since 2000, malaria cases and deaths have been declining in Africa due to the provision of insecticide-treated nets (ITNs) and antimalarial drugs. A decrease in access in either or both would lead to potentially catastrophic increases in malaria morbidity and, mortality within Africa.
October 2022 - The New Malaria Vaccine Will Save Millions of Lives
Dear friend: Happy October! We have awesome news in the area of malaria prevention. A malaria vaccine developed by Britain's University of Oxford is 80% effective in preventing infection.
September 2022 - New Technologies and Commitment Can Eradicate Malaria
Dear Power of Love friend: Happy September! Malaria continues to be the leading cause of child mortality globally; and deaths due to malaria continue to be unacceptably high.
August 2022 - COVID has threatened the Global HIV response
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy August!
Need For Nets Continues to be Huge
Malaria Prevention Plan: In Zambia, malaria season runs from October to May. In the first three months of 2022, 10,000 mosquito bed nets and education were provided in four rural and five urban areas.
April 2022 - 2022 is off to a great start
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy April! In Zambia, malaria season runs from October to May.
March 2022 - A conversation & reflection about Power of Love's work
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy (almost) Spring!
Project Mosquito Nets Program in Zambia: Activities and Impact in 2021
Thank you! The Power of Love team along with the beneficiary families, would like to say a “big thank you” for your continued support. Your support has resulted in lowering the incidence of malaria, improved health, higher school attendance, and economic stability in high transmission communities in Zambia.