Marie Dohou is a 35-year-old micro-credit recipient and peer educator from Cotonou, Benin. ALIDé, a micro-credit organization, and USAID IMPACT project partnered to allow women receiving micro-loans from ALIDé to protect their families from malaria and diarrheal diseases, and by extension, protect the community.
Read her story, and read about the partnership.
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Country: Benin, Africa - Western and Central
Health Areas: Child Survival, Diarrheal Disease, HIV, Malaria, Reproductive Health
Behavior Type: Diarrheal Disease, Hand-Washing, HIV, Long-Term Methods, Malaria Prevention