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She also agreed to talk to her friends and neighbours about the importance of fighting malaria.
The visit of the UNICEF Ambassador in Mozambique to maternal and child health care services in Xai-Xai City, was an incentive for pregnant women to strengthen their care in preventing the disease, but also for the health personnel in their outreach efforts.
So, I found it very important to be here today, joining UNICEF, the Ministry of Health and health workers’ efforts to raise awareness on the dangers of this disease and the importance of prevention", said Neyma also participating in the World Malaria Day celebrations in Xai-Xai, where she sang and mobilised the community to prevent malaria.
UNICEF supports the health authorities to prevent and treat malaria in Mozambique, working with the Ministry of Health to review and advise on policies that ensure that children and pregnant women have access to interventions to prevent and treat malaria and to support the distribution of mosquito nets to pregnant women, specifically in Zambézia, Tete and Gaza where access to these services is still low.
Neyma, also a mother like Sausneta, carefully explained to Sausneta about the dangers of malaria for pregnant women told her that she should always use a mosquito net and take regular preventive malaria medicines during the pregnancy.
About 33 percent of deaths among under five children in Mozambique are due to malaria.
And if the health team comes to your home to spray, please let them do their job."Sausneta knows that many pregnant women do not attend every prenatal visits recommended by the nurses.
Only then, and with the help of the mosquito net, you can ensure a malaria free pregnancy. Sausneta ended her consultation with renewed hope, promising to always use her new net and to take her preventive medication.It is recommended that travelers acquire the appropriate visa prior to departing for Mozambique, although a one-entry visa can be obtained at country points of entry, including airports.Foreigners in Mozambique without a valid visa can expect to pay a substantial fine for each day they are in Mozambique illegally.The official language is Portuguese, although English is spoken in many tourist areas, and in some rural areas only local languages are widely spoken.ENTRY/EXIT REQUIREMENTS: A visa is required for entry into Mozambique.