Paradox That Cultures With Malaria Care About Stopping Malaria The Least

We must fight the war against malaria in Kara with out eyes wide open, fully aware they neither care, want or request our help, we are not appreciated.

"Needing, wanting, or requiring appreciation is a great way to wake up angry, and poor every day of our lives."
- Andy Lee Graham 

People will pay for things they appreciate, and want, and seldom to people appreciate things given to them for free. This is the paradox of Malaria as stated so clearly in the video below by Sonia Shah.

The malaria challenge is always knowing, there it is unfair to want, need, or request a "thank you," it is not going to happen.

The eradication of malaria is thankless job, but stiill, I thank you for taking the time to read this page, and watch the video.

Andy Lee Graham

Sonia Shah

"And it's the paradox that the people who have the most malaria in the world tend to care about it the least."
- Sonia Shah

The reason to stop malaria in Kara, is because it is the right thing to do. However, as the web site says,

Our home is our home, and cleanliness is next to godliness, and please remember, doing the right thing must be our only reward.

Thank you,

Andy Lee Graham in Kara, Togo.

Sidestep the coffee line today, for the cost of one 5 dollars Starbucks coffee, we can put a bed net over a baby, and help to save one babies life today.

Send five dollars to:

Andy Graham
9545 West 120, Apt 26
Orland, Indiana 46776-0026
United States of America

+1 260-624-4414 this rings in Kara, Togo with the help of 

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