Rwandans find new uses for malaria nets
Rwanda's government issues mosquito nets to prevent malaria. But it makes for a good chicken coop too. (Photo: Didier Bikorimana)
A lot of the nets help put food on the table instead, even though it puts others at risk.
Rwanda's resorted to a public information campaign reminding people they're meant to hang over the bed for a reason.
Rwandan journalist Didier Bikorimana is there, among the children and the chickens.
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