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Monkeys carrying Malaria in Cambodia article. http://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/monkey-based-malaria-strain-poses-high-risk-humans-study

Woman in Ghana says, Malaria helped stop the colonization http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-36894631

According to me, Malaria will be eradicated by 2050 on the planet, this report says in one generation. I say, because of easy to buy medicine, and it is possible they stop selling the Malaria medicines in countries to stop this from happening. The stakeholder in malaria medicine doe not want malaria to end. https://www.ucsf.edu/news/2016/04/402446/malaria-free-world-possible-within-generation-study-says

Finally, one web page about symptoms of Malaria in the children, some 90 percent of deaths are children. http://www.christmascelebrations2015.com/malaria-symptoms-children-india-hindi-2016.html Thank you,
Any savvy researcher on Malaria would come to the self-evident conclusion that malaria is the killer of children, much more than adults.

I have been researching Malaria now for about 4 years. I have an auto-search for by Google Alert - symptoms in children malaria. In the 3-4 years of this search.

I think less than 3 times in the last 3-4 years has an article even came close to helping spot symptoms of the malaria in children. Parent, 100 percent need to know how to spot malaria in children, or when they are too late, it is too late, and the child dies. It appears that researcher often only care about finding a nobel prize award for the vaccine. When, 50 percent of the planet has eliminated malaria in their country. Yes, a vaccine would be nice, but there are over 15 cures for Malaria, and elimination is proven to be possible. But first let us save the children, make malaria medicine so cheap, the poorest of the poor can afford the cure, and stop the pharmeceutical companies from making millions. In my research, malaria is not eliminated in a country until the politicians in the country decide to stop it. Cheap medicine, available will eventually stop malaria by 2050. People do not want mosquito nets, they want screens on their windows like the rich countries. Thank you, Andy Lee Graham of MalariaNimby.org

Malaria in animals is a problem, how can we eliminate? http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2016-03/fm-fms032316.php

It is better to repel mosquitoes, then attract, here is a list of plants that repel https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_pest-repelling_plants

Great article on whether to eradicate mosquitoes from planet? http://www.theguardian.com/global/2016/feb/10/should-we-wipe-mosquitoes-off-the-face-of-the-earth

Malaria in Deer in USA http://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/45272/title/Malarial-Parasite-Found-in-Deer/

Mosquitoes are dangerous, here is another disease they carry. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/zika-disease-another-reason-to-hate-mosquitoes/

Which is deadlier, humans or sharks? http://www.gatesnotes.com/Health/Most-Lethal-Animal-Mosquito-Week

I am creating storyboard for Crowdfunding video, and this article by the Guardian outlines simply the two reason why Mosquito nets fail, and window screens are the answer. http://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2014/jan/17/mosquito-nets-malaria-nigeria-who

I believe the anti-malaria medicine lobby is so powerful, they force military personal to be endangered for profits. There are dozens of cures for malaria, prevention is more dangerous. http://www.bbc.com/news/health-34357080

We have started installing screens on sleeping room in Kpalime, Togo West Africa. We have done three so far, on average they are costing 6 USD per window. Yet, and still there are many ways for mosquitoes to enter a home, we will expand the services until each home is mosquito free.

Help me understand the war on Malaria, which strategy of war is Roll Back malaria, or Bill Gates using, here is list to choose from. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_military_strategies_and_concepts

I started a screen installation business, I want people to donate 5 dollars to subsidize the cost of installation of screen to stop malaria carrying mosquitoes from killing babies. http://www.hobotraveler.com/pay-hobotraveler-com-paypal-com-or-checks/index.php

Telling Togo people mosquitoes cause malaria is waste to time. I am growing mosquito larvae, then will show in microscope. Then, I will show the parasites under microscope. I have a USB microscope that connects to my computer, and can show the larvae wiggling in the water. I just put some water into a cup, and will allow it to sit in the open air outside my window, i am going to tell Edgar the manager of my hotel, I am growing mosquitoes - I needed to find a person capable of communicating to the group. Andy Lee Graham in Kpalime, Togo West Africa August 2, 2015

I have been talking with some Belgium, Germans, and American here in Togo about Malaria. They form solid opinions with zero understanding. â??We have, as human beings, a storytelling problem. Were a bit too quick to come up with explanations for things we dont really have an explanation for.â??
â?? Malcolm Gladwell, Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking

Free up Malaria Medicine by testing. 70 percent mismanaged. http://m.sciencenewsline.com/news/2015072223520018

Understanding without limit - No disease is more indicative of social and environmental change than malaria.
-Mark Harrison, University of Oxford

Here is a fun article, good writing, explaining that mosquitoes are a good adversary. http://www.durangoherald.com/article/20150705/NEWS01/150709790

One theory I have is to make getting mosquito bites a beauty issue, and maybe people will stop allowing bites. How to stop scars of mosquito link: http://pulse.ng/beauty/beauty-tips-5-home-remedies-for-mosquito-bite-id3570227.html

Fight malaria burning a Heineken beer box. http://www.triplepundit.com/2015/03/mozzie-box-oz-answer-fighting-malaria-naturally/

Attractive Toxic Sugar Baits http://www.mdlinx.com/nursing/news-article.cfm/5926339/0/sand-flies/

This is a great idea for stopping mosquitoes from entering a select area. http://www.intellectualventureslab.com/work/photonic-fence

New York Times article on mosquito nets being used as fish nets. Please not, I believe readily available drugs, not mosquito nets has reduced malaria. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/25/world/africa/mosquito-nets-for-malaria-spawn-new-epidemic-overfishing.html?smid=nytcore-ipad-shareandsmprod=nytcore-ipadand_r=0

I purchased this Malaria History book about Mexico http://www.amazon.com/Cold-War-Deadly-Fevers-Eradication/dp/0801886457

WHO World Health Finally admits, Malaria deaths dropped from 173 million in 2000 to 128 million in 2013. They say it is their nets, which people dont use. I say is readily available cure for malaria is slowly diluting the parasites out of existence. By 2040-50 Malaria will be eliminated unless the drug industry refuse to supply the cures. http://www.floridastatesman.com/index.php/sid/228350021

Malaria is easy to eradicate next Wednesday we have 100 percent of the people in country take known cures, whether infected or not. But this requires the leaders of country to really want it be eradicated, and the drug companies to stop making shit loads of money. Andy Lee Graham, same as testing for AID of 100 percent of people, sometimes these problems are simple, but people make solutions complicated.

Comoroes, a small country ERADICATED Malaria extremely rapid by a simple approach, give everyone the cure. This is the same as giving HIV test to everyone in a country. http://www.forbes.com/sites/ericrmeyer/2014/11/24/chinas-war-on-malaria-a-tiny-nation-pushed-into-a-test-tube/

I found this Malaria Documentary, I have not watched it, but it is by BBC, so maybe closer to factual. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HL26nz31hEQ

Researchers appear to have created a new strain of mosquito that only has males offspring, after 6 generations all the mosquitoes are dead. But, would it be dangerous to rid the world of the anoepole mosquitoes? http://news.yahoo.com/genetically-modified-mosquitoes-offer-hope-malaria-fight-150341425.html

I have finally started to put together a master plan to stop malaria in Kara, Togo. When reading WHO, or organization, we often believe they have some clear game plan. After long research, they seem to surround themselves with educated babble that you finally realize, they do nothing. Here is my master plan, I can spend to implement, with the dream that someone help pick up the ball. http://www.malarianimby.org/master-plan-to-eliminate-eradicate-malaria-in-kara-togo-west-africa/index.php

This is live, please put the contact information here in the contact area, this is type of stuff that needs posted anywhere, and every.

Hello Andy

I dont know if this is live or just going to be in your archives. In a local newspaper from Indonesia there was an article concerning plastic bags made from biodegradable material.

This procedure could be licensed to a company in Togo. If you wish for me to proceed further please contact me.

Since I dont know whether you will return and read this, I will post this in some of the other sites where you mention plastic bags plus your latest article. You can delete the excess, of course.


World Bank to provide Togo with $14 million anti-malaria grant - I am running experiments, each one cost about 100 dollars to do. It would be nice to have just 2000 dollars of this 14 million to work on finding solutions that work, and people adopt. http://vaccinenewsdaily.com/medical_countermeasures/329917-world-bank-to-provide-togo-with-14-million-anti-malaria-grant/

I want to run an experiment soon. Plastic bags create the mosquito breeding grounds. Looking for a cheap way, and a little more environmentally friendly way of disposal of plastic is needed. Something incredible easy, I hope we can boil in water,plastic bags into solid plastic gobs,like small rocks. If were real lucky, we can make long rods for hand tools with the melted plastic. We can actually use the plastic bags as the fuel for the flame. Presently, all the plastic is burned, so melting will reduce the net amount of burning done, and create less ashes.

Rich, here is a guy that infected himself with Malaria for a documentary. http://www.northernstar.com.au/news/tv-doctor-infects-himself-tapeworms-leeches-malari/2156418/

Great local craft could be crocheting plastic bags into big shopping bags

Its all about who gets the most views. How much money is going to be made or thrown at something. But basically how much money will be made. I wonder what the ratio is between how many billions made as to how many millions helped.

This is sad, a man Devin Baker started a petition that was a intelligent as it gets referring the malaria problem and only 25 people signed. What is intelligent is considered stupid, and what is stupid is considered intelligent. http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/malaria-caused-by-stagnant-water-poor-trash-collection/

A good example of the evil eye.

Au revoir is see you again as Auf weidersehen is in German, not goodbye I got my Medical card in the mail the other day, for Hospital, so if my Health gives out some fine day, I will head up north for necessity sake, unlike most on this site am over 65 and yes, if my health holds out, since I quit smoking cigarettes 5 years ago in a Hospital bed with pneumonia and complications all has been well, as long as I exercise. I do a lot of walking, up and down hill. I actually feel younger than when I smoked 2 packs a day 7 days a week and for 15 years living in Latin America had a vehicle and got lazy driving here and there, so health is everything, I just left an Ex Pat group online where most people talk about acquiring or shipping Things, there were a couple of other clowns on the group who got sarcastic, then crap eating grin Californian comes on line and lectures us about our attitude and not to mock our life style (which to me is being dependent on other English speaking people, living among the locals, never with them, in Guatemala my lifelong friends are natives and Guatemlan-Americans who grew up there, no Ex Pats, there was one, but he passed away several years ago of Cancer, since 1985 I have both re-invented myself and grown up (somewhat) in Central America, my old USA self is gone now. Yes and a lot of NGOs make promises!

People must use plastic bags, it is the only way to stop the evil eye.

That reminds me...Liquor store in Massachusetts,USA are often call
Package Stores They put your Liquor in non-see-through paper bags so
you neighbors cant see what you bought. !

Sorry, forgot the in the ed passages above.

Encouraging and inciting jealousy and envy seems to be a key part of many advertising campaigns.

What is the difference between healthy competition and unhealthy competition?

Difficult question?

Researchers have figured out the two kinds of envy,benign and malicious:

The researchers made some important discoveries about the motivations that result from different kinds of envy. Note that two types of envy exist: benign and malicious envy, the authors explain. Benign envy exists if the advantage of the other person is deserved, and motivates people to attain a coveted good or position for themselves. This more motivating type of envy makes people pay an envy premium for the products that elicited their envy. On the other hand, malicious envy occurs if the other person is thought to be undeserving it evokes a desire to pull down the other person.


Moving the price point:

People are willing to pay more for products that elicit their envy -- but thats only when they are motivated by a positive, benign form of envy, according to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research.
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Our studies showed that people who had been made envious of someone who owned an iPhone were willing to pay 80 Euros more on average, write authors Niels van de Ven, Marcel Zeelenberg, and Rik Pieters (Tilburg University). Ibid.

Healthy competition and unhealthy competition must have similar underpinnings. Im thinking the Karate Kid movies. LOL

The map is a screenshot, here is the link to the good map. http://cdc-malaria.ncsa.uiuc.edu/

Why does Taiwan appear in yellow on this map?
There is zero risk of malaria in Taiwan.

Next experiment is this, we will put up U shaped concrete burn areas. This will allow the pigs, goats, and chickens to scrounge around. Sadly, these animals are always in the trash eating. But a U shaped concrete cement area will not be stolen. I am now debating about whether to use cement blocks, or to have it pre-cast, something we can move?

The diesel fuel is a good idea, but first will try the NEEM Tree, there are leaves, when dried, that sprinkled on the water are supposed to kill larvae. I am trying to map out all the waterways in Kara, there are so many ditches, but most are dry except for puddles.

a simple solution (that many wont like) to low lying water areas is simply to pour a quart of diesel fuel on the water. a little goes a long ways and will kill the larvae

Keep it simple. Low cost community based clinics in Ethiopa are keeping mortality rate of children born in Ethiopia way down since they were instituted in 1990, no big NGOs, no Do Gooders riding around in SUVs with free housing and salary, no glassy eyed volunteers in granny dresses saving the world, just Africans themselves http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2013/12/19/255448192/simple-cheap-health-remedies-cut-child-mortality-in-ethiopia?utm_content=socialflowandutm_campaign=nprfacebookandutm_source=nprandutm_medium=facebook Problem here in Central America, usually from August to November, end of rainy season is Dengue Fever, Malaria limited to very remote low lying areas, Had Dengue in 1988 in Honduras. Check the Search Engines for a good solution not too toxic that kills larvae in the water. Good Luck, when you succeed in wiping out Malaria you get an SUV and free 2 BR Apartment of your choice!!!!!! A suggestion register MalariaNIMBY.org on http://www.idealist.org/ as Director, your non profit will appear on Idealist worldwide in several languages, volunteers always want to do something.