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In Africa, children under the age of five die from malaria at an astonishing rate around 3,000 one day, or one every 30 seconds. The disease is transmitted to humans when they are bitten by female Anopheles mosquitoes. Solar mosquitokiller is a solar-powered mosquitokiller that can be used without electricity. The Solar panels capture the sun's energy by day to power the mosquitokiller through the night. The lamp inside Solar Box attracts mosquitoes. Mosquitoes will be killed by the wire gauze. It is low cost and can be supplied to the Africans by charities. Killing mosquitoes means saving lives in Africa.
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