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Donation Anti Mosquito Paint and Masks to Uganda Schools

June 15, 2020 | Uganda

Contribution to a comfortable and secure life

KAMPALA, June 12, 2020 ― Kansai Plascon Uganda (“Kansai Plascon”), subsidiary of Japanese paint company Kansai Paint Co., Ltd., announced a donation of 4,000 litres of the company's Anti Mosquito Paint to the Ministry of Education and Sports for use in schools. Additionally, in support of the government's fight against COVID-19, Kansai Plascon has also made available 20,000 face masks to support school staff as they prepare for the reopening of schools.
The contribution is reinforcement of Kansai Plascon's fight against the prevalence of malaria cases in the country whilst creating a safe learning environment at local schools amidst the global pandemic.
The Ugandan-made Anti Mosquito Paint will be distributed to local schools within the month before their expected reopening in July.

First released in 2019 in Uganda to help the country meet its goal of eradicating malaria by 2021, Anti Mosquito Paint is an innovative product that it is free of lead and heavy metals and is certified safe to use by the Ministry of Health, "the Ministry of Internal Affairs, and the National Drug Authority.

How will it work
*for the safety and well-being of our children and educators
*to prepare for reopening school
*to contribute healthcare of local community
  • Image: With the donated items (Kampala, Uganda)
    Image: With the donated items
    (Kampala, Uganda)
  • Round table conference for donation (Middle: the Uganda Minister of Education and Sports, Janet Museveni)
    Round table conference for donation
    (Middle: the Uganda Minister of Education and Sports, Janet Museveni)
  • With the donated items (handed face masks)
    With the donated items
    (handed face masks)