expo_flier.pdfI designed and authored this flier to promote a bilingual malaria prevention training between Rwandan health care workers, teachers, and their Peace Corps counterparts.
I designed, edited and contributed to the first Annual Report of the STOMP Rwanda for our regional partners and funders, including the United States Agency for International Development, the Centers for Disease Control, and the United States Peace Corps.
I was a panelist at an international live-streamed YouTube event for World Malaria Day, hosted by the United States Peace Corps and its partners.
Spreading the Word, Blogs about Malaria Prevention and Control
We’ve Got the Fever: Malaria fever that is
This is one of those blogs where I feel the need to start off with an apology. I haven’t blogged here in a long time. I could tell you I live in Africa and Internet is hard to come by. I could talk about the ups and downs of Peace Corps life and explain that sometimes you just don’t feel like taking the time to describe how different your life is to the people back home. … There are many things that I could say, but the truth of the matter is, I’ve been a little sick lately. I’ve got malaria fever.
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Weekly Awesome Nets: GLOW PCVs GLOW, Do More More More with Malaria
When National Malaria Coordinator Virginia Burger called last May to suggest that instead of just doing one malaria lesson at the upcoming Girls Leading Our World (GLOW) Camp, we do malaria lessons every day, we both laughed nervously. Pairing malaria prevention with peer education was in line with the camp’s values of promoting leadership and healthy lifestyles. Moreover, the camp was being hosted in the East, Rwanda’s most malaria endemic province. … but some of the challenges seemed insurmountable. The grant for the camp was due in less than a week, and we were talking about proposing a major programmatic change.
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