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Don't let pesky mosquitoes ruin your outdoor fun. Mosquito Squad is ready to serve you! Contact us today by filling out the brief form below and we’ll be in touch soon.

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Would you prefer muggy or buggy weather? 😄Would you prefer muggy or buggy weather? 😄
Check out the National Pest Management Association's Bug Barometer for this Fall/Winter!
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Did you know pregnant women and children under the age of 5 are most vulnerable to malaria? Watch to see how Ruth is using her story to help other Cameroonians.

Learn about our partnership with Malaria No More at SwatMalaria.netIf you would like to support Ruth and women like her fighting malaria around the world, go to secure.malarianomore.org/page/contribute/donate Malaria...
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You can support Malaria No More this holiday season by purchasing Conscious Step socks!As we launch full-force into the holiday season, we hope you’ll remember Malaria No More in your giving. One awesome way to support our mission is through Conscious Step socks. You can gift one of these NEW designs to loved ones this season—all while helping to provide lifesaving tools to end malaria! #BlackFriday consciousstep.com/collections/socks-that-fight-malaria ... See MoreSee Less

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Alert The Squad!

Don't let pesky mosquitoes ruin your outdoor fun. Mosquito Squad is ready to serve you! Contact us today by filling out the brief form below and we’ll be in touch soon.

Mosquito Squad of Huntsville Gives Back

At Mosquito Squad of Huntsville, we understand the importance of mosquito control, especially when it comes to the prevention of diseases. While malaria was eradicated in the United States more than half a century ago, citizens of other nations are not so fortunate. In African countries like Senegal, Cameroon and Zambia, more than 250 million people contract malaria each year. The disease has the worst impact on young children, resulting in the deaths of more than 1,000 African children per day.

Moved to take action in the face of these staggering figures, Mosquito Squad partnered with Malaria No More in 2012. Malaria No More is one of the world’s foremost organizations fighting malaria, and their mission is to bring an end to this health crisis. Their efforts have saved more than six million lives since the organization’s inception in 2000, and the malaria mortality rate has dropped by 60 percent in the countries where Malaria No More is active.

Malaria No More provides rapid diagnostic tests for early detection of malaria, malaria treatment called artemisinin-based combination therapies and preventive measures including mosquito nets and insecticide treatment. In addition, malaria vaccines are currently in development. Malaria No More serves many countries in sub-Saharan Africa, including Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania and Cameroon.

Mosquito Squad has joined the fight by donating a portion of our proceeds to Malaria No More. This money is used for treatment, protection, prevention and education in Cameroon, where persistent flooding and poor drainage create breeding grounds for mosquitos. Malaria affects more than 1.6 million people in Cameroon annually, many of whom are children under age five and pregnant women. With our donations, Malaria No More provides families in Cameroon with mosquito nets to sleep under, the most effective means of reducing exposure. This is combined with an educational campaign that delivers prevention facts and resources by cell phone.

Our goal at Mosquito Squad is to save 250,000 lives by 2017. We invite you to join us in this effort by donating to Malaria No More with us. Your contribution could mean the difference between life and death for a child in Cameroon.