Aha ye de Malaria Campaign (Ghana)

Let’s come together and drive malaria away for the GoodLife. In June 2011 BCS and ProMPT, in partnership with the National Malaria Control Programme and the Ghana Health Service, launched the new “Aha ye de” malaria campaign. “Aha ye de” means “It’s Good Here” in Twi, one of Ghana’s national languages.

In June 2011 BCS and ProMPT, in partnership with the National Malaria Control Programme and the Ghana Health Service, launched the new “Aha ye de” malaria campaign. “Aha ye de” means “It’s Good Here” in Twi, one of Ghana’s national languages.

Let’s come together and drive malaria away for the GoodLife. In June 2011 BCS and ProMPT, in partnership with the National Malaria Control Programme and the Ghana Health Service, launched the new “Aha ye de” malaria campaign. “Aha ye de” means “It’s Good Here” in Twi, one of Ghana’s national languages.

Let’s come together and drive malaria away for the GoodLife. In June 2011 BCS and ProMPT, in partnership with the National Malaria Control Programme and the Ghana Health Service, launched the new “Aha ye de” malaria campaign. “Aha ye de” means “It’s Good Here” in Twi, one of Ghana’s national languages.

Let’s come together and drive malaria away for the GoodLife. In June 2011 BCS and ProMPT, in partnership with the National Malaria Control Programme and the Ghana Health Service, launched the new “Aha ye de” malaria campaign. “Aha ye de” means “It’s Good Here” in Twi, one of Ghana’s national languages.

This video is part of the “Aha ye de” malaria campaign in Ghana. “Aha ye de” means “It’s Good Here” in Twi, one of Ghana’s national languages. The campaign is designed to reposition the use of treated nets as a lifestyle decision, while at the same time preventing malaria, linking to the BCS’s overarching GoodLife campaign.

In June 2011 BCS and ProMPT, in partnership with the National Malaria Control Programme and the Ghana Health Service, launched the new “Aha ye de” malaria campaign. “Aha ye de” means “It’s Good Here” in Twi, one of Ghana’s national languages.

This video is part of the GoodLife project, which had as one of its slogans, "Let’s come together and drive malaria away for the GoodLife." The “Aha ye de” (“It’s Good Here”) malaria campaign was designed to reposition the use of treated nets as a lifestyle decision, while at the same time preventing malaria, linking to the BCS’s overarching Goo

This video is part of the GoodLife project, which had as one of its slogans, "Let’s come together and drive malaria away for the GoodLife." The “Aha ye de” (“It’s Good Here”) malaria campaign was designed to reposition the use of treated nets as a lifestyle decision, while at the same time preventing malaria, linking to the BCS’s overarching Goo

This 3 minute music video is a remix of Ghanaian singer Nana Boroo's hit single Ahayede. The song, featuring Nana Boroo, encourages everyone to sleep under a treated net. The video shows people sleeping under various types of nets, and the correct way to hang a net.