Olipa Tiki, 30 and her five-month old baby, Crispin Phiri, stand beside Tiki’s bed in Kapululwe, Zambia. Tiki received the insecticide-treated net from RAPIDS community-based caregiver Obright Nkupisha, 51. The RAPIDS program recently began including malaria prevention in its trainings.

Olipa Tiki, 30 and her five-month old baby, Crispin Phiri, stand beside Tiki’s bed in Kapululwe, Zambia. Tiki received the insecticide-treated net from RAPIDS community-based caregiver Obright Nkupisha, 51. The RAPIDS program recently began including malaria prevention in its trainings.


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