Malaria No More is determined to end malaria deaths in Africa by 2015.
A group of Senegalese kids say "thank you" to @mrskutcher for helping provide them with anti-malaria nets
Kids make their way back home carrying packaged mosquito nets on their heads
Friends pose inside the Twitter frame after receiving mosquito nets
Adiatou Ba picks up a net that her and her baby can sleep under to protect themselves from malaria
Kids form a conga line while carrying their new "Twitter Nets"
Hawa Diallo hugs the net she received at one of the “Twitter Nets” distributions
Fune Cissokho and Fatou Diallo say “thank you” to @Sarah_Ross for helping provide them lifesaving mosquito nets. MNM sends Sarah 89,724 thanks for all of her help and support on this campaign!
Coumbana Keita dances inside a mosquito net at one of the #TwitterNets distributions in Saraya
Awa Danfakha holds her new net close to her as her friends play with the Twitter frame in the background
@iamdiddy fans line up to thank him for their anti-malaria mosquito nets
The Sidibe family poses inside the Twitter frame with their new mosquito net, thanks to all of your tweets on World Malaria Day 2009!
Seinama Diabakhati and Fode Ba pose inside the Twitter frame while picking up bed nets at one of the distributions
Fune Cissokho and her friends say "thank you" to @oprah for helping provide them with anti-malaria nets
Fatoumata Danfakha, Maimouna Diawo and Makhamba Soumar say "thank you" for their nets
Houly Ba holds a mosquito net on her head as her sister, Halimatou Ba, holds the Twitter frame
RT @aplusk: This made me smile today! 1 m followers payed off for these kids http://brizzly.com/pic/1AEB
Makhamba Soumar, age 6, laughs as she poses inside a Twitter frame at a Malaria No More net distribution in Saraya.
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