This video tells the story of how the Alam Sehat Lestari (ASRI) Project in West Kalimantan, Indonesia distributed 4000 mosquito nets to communities around Gunung Palung National Park. Because of the link between deforestation and malaria, communities contributed seedlings for reforestation for each mosquito net. The ASRI program is guided by a model that recognizes the intersection of human and environmental health. Together with partners from throughout the world, including Health In Harmony in the US, we are working to provide a long-term, sustainable solution to a crisis of human disease and environmental destruction.

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