This is part 12 of a drama about malaria which focuses on gender equality and misinformation about malaria. Towards the end, one can see brief footage of the community healer offering  insight as to what to do after discharge from the hospital from malaria treatment. He also speaks about how men should help care for pregnant women.

Part 11 of the series of malaria videos tells about what happened to the family of the community healer after contracting malaria because they did not adhere to the community healthecare scheme (Mituelle de Santé). The end of the video explains the consequences of failure to adhere to family planning.

In part 10 of the malaria video series, you see a family paying the price of not following the Mituelle de Santé. It also discusses issues surrounding malaria during pregnancy, and how to attacj a net to the bed. At the end of the video, you are reminded about the positive impact of Community Health Workers in the fight against malaria.

This video brings discusses how communities, including children, have come to know about dealing with malaria, and talk about this to one another.  It also dicusses why everyone should adhere to the "Mituelle de Santé". The fact that malaria can attack anyone at any time is discussed.    

This video brings discusses how communities should work together towards malaria prevention. It also shows how to integrate preventive measures into normal daily routines, and discusses the socioeconomic impacts of malaria on the country and on the family.  

This video instructs the viewer how to properly wash hands.  It is most appropriate for those living in urban areas where most facilities for hygiene are indoors.

This video provides instruction on the proper way to wash hands, and is most suitable to those living in rural areas.

This video provides instruction on how to properly brush one's teeth.  It is intended for those living in urban areas where hygiene facilities are located indoors.