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. Credit: £20 could help provide 10 families with insecticide treated mosquito nets to protect them from malaria
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. Credit: £30 could help provide 15 families with insecticide treated mosquito nets to protect them from malaria
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. Credit: £50 could help provide 25 families with insecticide treated mosquito nets to protect them from malaria
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Packages of insecticide-treated malaria nets Credit:
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. Credit: £4 a month could help provide 24 families with insecticide treated mosquito nets to protect them from malaria
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. Credit: £6 a month could help provide 36 families with insecticide treated mosquito nets to protect them from malaria
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. Credit: £9 a month could help provide 54 families with insecticide treated mosquito nets to protect them from malaria
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Packages of insecticide-treated malaria nets Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2007-0448/Giacomo Pirozzi

Malaria is the biggest killer of children under five, taking a young life every minute.

A child with malaria (like Rashida pictured above) can suffer convulsions, kidney failure or even paralysis. Tragically, some die within hours because their body has no immunity to the disease. But these deaths can be prevented. Malaria is spread by mosquitoes that bite at night. An insecticide-treated net can be all it takes to keep a child safe and save lives.

UNICEF works to protect the most vulnerable children around the world. Please help UNICEF save lives today.