Malaria Awareness in Guinean Schools
The MOSKI KIT is an “edutainment” kit for creating awareness about Malaria, specially made for school-aged children in Sub-Saharan Africa. This kit aims, through collective games, to boost the learning of key messages about the fight against Malaria through having fun. The education project was carried out by the prefecture of Kindia from October to December of 2016.
The 15th of January 2017, 355 people participated in a reproduction of the key messages that the children of the six schools in the city learned through street performances.