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NetMark is a corporate and government funded project of the Academy for Educational Development. According to its website, "The NetMark project is dedicated to reducing malaria in Africa by building commercial markets for insecticide-treated bed nets. ... Since 1999, NetMark has joined forces in eight African countries with more than 40 commercial partners-including four of the world’s largest suppliers of ITNs and over 30 African manufacturers, wholesalers, and distributors-to ensure that affordable ITNs are available to all socio-economic groups. ... NetMark is a true cross-sector partnership: in addition to the $30 million USAID has invested to date in NetMark, the private sector has contributed $16.8 million." [1]

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