- Parent and community training sessions at local health clinics and schools on malaria signs and symptoms and other infectious and vector born illnesses.
- Workshops and seminars on cognitive growth and developmental issues related to febrile seizures
- Student internships and community volunteer opportunities
- Development of educational materials and curriculum
- Early detection and treatment prophylaxis (IPTi) for pregnant women
- Accessibility to early detection and treatment with infant and child clinic visits
- Well baby checks and clinical assessments to monitor cognitive and neurological delays.
- Prompt and comprehensive OT and PT referrals for patients assessed with cognitive impairments
- Malaria prevention with Chemoprophylaxis and other health adjunctive health treatments
* For more information please contact our healthcare partner, CHILDAccra Health.
Preventative Care Options
Beyond The Nets is the only store in Accra Ghana solely dedicated to selling malaria prevention and treatment products in Ghana. We provide organic based repellents, topical skin solutions, and our own special in house repellent repellant bath soap offering customers a comprehensive approach towards fighting malaria. We teach them the use of
- Personal topical products
- Malaria Prevention Kits
- Environmental products to help reduce the infestation of mosquito larvae around their property and household
- Proper care and utilization of bed nets
For our customers in Accra, The Malaria Prevention Store is opened Monday – Friday from 9am – 5pm. You can also obtain products outside of these hours by calling our 24 hour number and someone will return your call. Our special handcrafted soap is available online for purchase. It can also be found at The Artful Heart in Arlington MA, .
Public Health Research
- Population surveys examining malaria KAB
- Review of insecticide-treated nets (ITN)utilization
- Evaluate and monitor utilization of therapeutic preventive mechanisms, safe repellents, clothing, Sprays and creams and insecticide-treated nets (ITN) utilization