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Semeni Faki, center, recently contracted malaria, but while most of her siblings have bed nets, her mother said she cannot afford one for the 18-year-old.

US-funded program fights against malaria in Tanzania

Bed nets kill mosquitoes after contact

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / June 8, 2006

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KAMBINI, Tanzania -- During the rainy season on Pemba Island, bright-green rice plants shoot up, and breezes carry the sweet scent of cloves. But trouble brews in the muddy puddles -- by a nocturnal species of mosquitoes that multiplies and carries malaria. (Full article: 1071 words)

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