Our team in Chad is behind the Stop Palu movement. As a leader in Chad’s malaria fight, we implement innovative communications and social mobilization campaigns, and are helping to ensure that for the very first time, every Chadian will have access to a life-saving mosquito net.
NightWatch: Stop Palu
In 2012, Malaria No More launch the NightWatch campaign in Chad called Stop Palu (French for ‘Stop Malaria’). This effort was in partnership with the government, health and corporate partners and celebrities. Today, Stop Palu is synonymous with malaria prevention across the country. The platform has attracted some of the most popular household names to the cause, including the celebrated music icons who created the Stop Palu anthem and have recorded countless public broadcasts. But no person has been more influential than President Idriss Deby, who filmed his very own public service announcement encouraging his fellow countrymen to play their part and sleep under their mosquito nets every night.
UNIVERSAL COVERAGE OF MOSQUITO NETS
In addition to supporting malaria communications through the Stop Palu NightWatch campaign, we played a strategic role in helping the Chadian government secure funding to achieve universal coverage of long-lasting, insecticide-treated mosquito nets in 2014. This universal coverage effort means that - for the first time in Chad’s history - every man, woman and child will have access to a life-saving mosquito net. And thanks to our track record, the government has tapped our Chadian team to be the official communications implementer of the universal coverage campaign. We’ll be helping ensure every net is used properly and regularly, maximizing its impact to save lives.
get in touch with our team
Mr. Ndolembai S. Njesada / Country Director, Malaria No More Chad /
Qtier Sabangali, Rue 2052 B.P: 2474 N’Djamena, Tchad