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“Malaria Alanba” (“Malaria Go Down”)

Malaria, a potentially deadly disease, with its fevers, aches, and extreme fatigue, definitely is not cool. But a music video featuring a great dance beat and a team of top Haitian performers? Now that’s cool!

Learn more about this project:
http://blog.cartercenter.org/2018/04/25/malaria-video-haiti/

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