Protecting Communities: Malaria Prevention – A Road to Resilience in Southeast Asia

The four-page comic is designed to inform and educate children and the youth about preventing malaria in the community, as the first part of the series of A Road to Resilience in Southeast Asia – Protecting Communities. This comic is produced by IFRC South-East Asian Regional Delegation.

The comic is also available in Burmese (Myanmar), Khmer (Cambodia), Lao (Laos) and Vietnamese.

Information and Education Materials from IFRC South-East Asian Regional Delegation and National Societies in South-East Asia, IFRC Website
https://sites.google.com/site/drrtoolsinsoutheastasia/disaster-risk-reduction/iec, http://www.ifrc.org/

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