Congo train to combat malaria

So cool.

A two-day mission to deliver 300,000 mosquito nets by rail to 10% of Congo’s population has begun.
The United Nations says the shipment is part of the largest ever distribution of mosquito nets to combat malaria.
The train is travelling to the capital, Brazzaville, from Pointe-Noire across jungles, hills and savannah, where access to medical services is limited.
The disease is one of Africa’s biggest killers and in Congo it is responsible for nearly a quarter of child deaths.

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