by Crystal Wells, Communications Officer, Concern Worldwide US
Dora Joseph, 31, is raising four children in a tin-roofed, two-room house nestled in the remote green hills of northwestern Tanzania. Her eyes are tired and dampened with worry.
Already this year a neighbor’s four-year-old child died from malaria. She says at least once a month someone in her family has to go to the hospital to be treated for malaria, a burden that keeps her and her husband from tending to their crops and their children from going to school.