The best intervention is to provide Insecticide Treated Nets (ITN's) for poor people. The hardest hit are the children under 5 and pregnant women. Everyone benefits from malaria control, the poor benefit the most.
ITN's lower malaria by 80%.
It is REMIT's goal to get an ITN to every pregnant woman and child under five in Tanzania.
The cost to save a life = £2.50
REMIT now has charitable status
We are pleased to announce that REMIT is now a registered charity (number 1136620) in England & Wales. A gift aid form lets us reclaim basic rate tax on your donations. Download it here.
How Rotarians Can Help
REMIT is supported by RIBI, and a service project sheet explains how clubs and Rotarians can help. Download it here.
With your continued support:
- Over 400,000 nets purchased
- Education & talks provided
- Residual House Spraying
- Clearance of Breeding Sites
- Donations over ē250,000
- Matching Grants: £151,276
- 3H Grant: £174,847
- Wide Speaker Network
- Many Rotary Districts Involved