Thursday, April 25, 2013


World Malaria Day from the view of a mosquito

By chica

“Jombo” that is hello in Swahili. “hello my name is Mark I am a mosquito in Tanzania Africa, and I carry malaria. Malaria is a disease that is caused by a parasite that I carry called plasmodia. Every thirty seconds a child dies from it. That`s enough to make a God-fearing soul see red. But who cares red is after all just a color, like the color of a blood cocktail with 50,000 plasmodia swimming in a drop the size of the period at the end of this sentence. But guess what? It only takes one to parasite to kill a child or baby, so 50,000 is overkill!-


swat!  "There goes Mark!"
Sunday I posted 2 sponsorship opportunities.  These two precious little ones live in areas where malaria is among the dangers they face each day.   Contributions to Bite Back help to provide bed nets and training in South America, Central America, Africa and Asia.  Sponsorship of either of these two children provides malaria prevention and treatment among the many benefits.


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