O Haiti, how art thou?

Haiti mosquito nets

In a couple of weeks, it’s going to be 4 years since the earthquake struck.  The media’s attention is no longer focused on Haiti… but some people haven’t forgotten.  Here’s part of an email from Karen about using the mosquito net for disaster response: I used your SansBug I when I was part of a […]

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SansBug in Belize

They worked wonderfully. Everyone was really glad they had them! Keith Sherrell, Minister of Worship First Baptist Church of Blanchard, LA sent a group of 16 to Belize this summer.  Keith sent this picture of the tents.  Notice that the mosquito nets have been placed on air mattresses.  The nets are free-standing so they didn’t […]

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Habari gani? Mzuri sana!

“They worked great!”  First Baptist of Fayetteville, TN sent a group of 44 to Uganda for 9 days this month.  Sherry was kind enough to share this pic with us.  Not only would it have taken a while to suspend 44 regular mosquito nets from those steel beams, but looking at that floor, tucking the […]

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Cot in a SansBug

All the groups before us had been using mosquito nets hung from the ceiling. At our location we only had one ceiling cross beam in one room, so it would have taken a small engineering feat to make ceiling nets work. The (SansBug) tents were definitely the right way to go for us. […]

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SansBug in Haiti

The SansBug 1-person pop-up mosquito tent is ideal for volunteering abroad and is much more convenient than suspending a net. For their flight, Billy and his team threw their 7 tents in a large duffel bag which can be obtained from any army surplus store. […]

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