Last May, I traveld to Uganda, Africa for two weeks. Once I returned home I really wanted to do something to help the people I met while over there. I decided to deal with the problem of malaria since many people I met there suffered from this. Mosquito nets are key factors in controlling malaria and decreasing the number of out breaks. They only cost $9.50, but this is a near impossible thing for an Ugandan family to buy, since most live on under one dollar a day! The people of Uganda are hopeful, friendly, and loveable, but they need help.