2017 China New Design Outdoor Umbrella Garden Mosquito Net to Ottawa Factories
Packaging & Shipping
We aim to find out quality disfigurement from the production and supply the best service to domestic and overseas customers wholeheartedly for 2017 China New Design Outdoor Umbrella Garden Mosquito Net to Ottawa Factories, Our aim is "blazing new ground, Passing Value", in the future, we sincerely invite you to grow up with us and make a bright future together!
Size: 9′W x 7.2′H
Enjoy outdoor entertaining without pesky mosquitoes
Keep pests from bothering your outdoor fun
No more mosquito bites or flies nipping at your food
Certification: CERTIFICATION OF HIGH-TECH ENTERPRISES, SGS, TUV
Delivery Time:At most 15-20 days since we got your 30% payment in advance
Effective Life:Minimum3-5 years
Payment Terms:30% by T/T in advance, the balance 70% pay before shipment.
Sample Arrangement: Sample will be sent within 1 week after we received your sample cost, and the sample cost will return to you once we got your confirmed order.
After sales service: Please contact us in time within 30days after you received the Cargo.
A. We will dispatch our quality and problems appraisers to make a Confirmation.
B. Have a negotiation of the compensation and sign agreements.
C. Our after sales department will perform the duties as the agreements.
Q1.What is the lead time once we confirm order of Mosquito Net?
It depends on the customers’ needing quantity of Mosquito Net. Usually Mosquito Netting could be finished in 15 to 20 days.
Q2.I don’t like your standard designs or colors of your Baby Stroller Mosquito Net, Double Bed Mosquito Net, Pop-up Mosquito Net or other Mosquito Nettings. Can i make some changes on them?If yes,any extra cost?
Yes,you can tell us your detailed specifications or other requests, OEM services of Mosquito Nets could be provided to you. No extra cost.
Q3.Do you have any MOQ limit of Mosquito Nets?
About 2000pcs for different Mosquito Nets.
Q4.What is the packaging for Mosquito Nettings?
We provide neutral packaging and we also can make your own designed OEM packaging.
Q5.Can i have a sample even pre-production before i send you the mosquito net order?
Yes, we can send you mosquito net samples for your approval first.
In the time it takes to read this introduction, a child will die of a preventable disease called malaria. Malaria accounts for one death every 30 seconds. Malaria kills more than 1 million people every year. Each year, between 350 million and 500 million people are infected with malaria.
The Buzz and Bite Campaign consists of a series of 30 animated shorts called Public Service Announcements (PSAs). The animated spots, each 1 minute or 30 seconds, are comedic sketches featuring two talking, female anopheles mosquitoes that provide to the viewers a variety of information and messages about the transmission of malaria and about protection against malaria infection. In addition, two spots have been created for non-malaria prevalent countries to encourage the viewers to buy bed-nets for malaria at-risk populations.
The PSAs are available to any television broadcaster, radio station, non-governmental organization (NGO), hospital, doctor, community group, university, school, educator or other user, anywhere in the world, free of charge.
The Buzz and Bite Campaign currently consists of 662 PSAs. Subject to funding, the goal of The Buzz and Bite Campaign is to eventually consist of 1,200 animated shorts and 200 audio shorts in at least 40 languages, thereby becoming one of the world’s largest PSA campaigns on any subject.
Until now, 22 languages have been completed. The PSAs are being adapted into many languages. The goal is to enable a potential reach of 80% of the world’s malaria at-risk population or over 5 billion people in their own language.
The campaign is strongly supported by Nobel Laureate Archbishop Desmond M. Tutu who has written an open letter on which he calls “an impassioned plea” to use the Campaign.
The Buzz and Bite Campaign is the creation of Canadian animation producer and director Firdaus Kharas, working with a team of skilled professionals. The series was launched in Ottawa and at the United Nations by Mr. Kharas in advance of the first World Malaria Day, April 25, 2008.
Malaria has been eradicated in many parts of the world but continues to thrive and even grow in other parts, espcially in tropical areas. This anti-malaria campaign focuses on sub-Saharan Africa (where up to 90 per cent of all malaria fatalities occur), on South America, and on South and South-East Asia, where the rates of malaria are alarmingly high.
Malaria is preventable. Although spraying and the development of vaccines show great promise, the easiest and cheapest way to prevent malaria infection is through the use of long-lasting insecticide-treated bed-nets (LLINs) which can last up to 5 years. This campaign promotes the use of nets.
Nigeria and Ghana became the first countries in the world to play the Buzz and Bite PSAs on television.