"Using the Power of the Internet to Prevent Malaria"

About | Learn | Share | Help | Home A collaborative project addressing the issue of malaria and how it can be prevented.
This project was conceived of and is created by Canadian teacher Bill Belsey in partnership with Botswanan Educator Tommie Hamaluba
with help and support from their students and young people around the world.
You can visit Mr. Belsey's class online at Canada's Coolest Class!

(Left to Right: Tommie Hamaluba (Botswana), Bill Belsey (Canada), Mika Vanhanen (Finland)

Meet our student friends and partners from Gaborone Secondary School in Gaborone, Botswana:

The goal of this Website is to raise awareness about the serious healrh issue of malaria and to empower
youth around the world to use the power of the Internet to help prevent malaria by raising funds to
purchase mosquito nets to cover children in Africa when they sleep.

This project is facilitated through iEARN, the International Education and Resource Network.
iEARN is the world's largest and longest running K-12 learning network. iEARN began in 1988
and now has millions of student and teacher-members in over 120 countries around the world.
iEARN's mission is "Connecting Youth and Making a Difference!"


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