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Benjamin Bartels (16, right) and Emmanuel Quarshie (seven) outside the home where they live with their grandmother in Inchaban. They received a free long-lasting insecticide-treated net (LLIN) approximately six months ago, but do not sleep under it because they say the smell of the insecticide gives them a headache. As the anopheles mosquito is nocturnal, it is during the hours of darkness that the risk of contracting malaria is greatest.