A Division of AC2T
Spartan Mosquito

Furthering Education

Spartan recognizes that education plays a central role in preparing children to be successful in life which impacts not only the child but our communities as a whole. We also seek out opportunities to promote awareness of mosquito control globally in order to have a lasting effect on individuals and communities.

Some Ways We Help Further Education

  • Supporting International English Education
    In 2018, Spartan completed the My English School, a months-long project to build an English School in Laos. The school will give the graduating students opportunities for employment in jobs where speaking English is a requirement, such as the tourism industry (tourism is the largest industry in the country). Without opportunities such as these, many children grow up without means of income. Here, education changes a life.
  • Supporting Local Educational Institutions
    Locally, Spartan supports educational institutions and activities including local aspiring athletes through contributions to the Lamar/Jones County 6U All Stars Soccer, the Sharon Booster Club, PCS Athletics, Oak Grove High School Boys Soccer, St. Patrick Varsity Baseball, and the USM Athletic Foundation.
  • Supporting Girl Scouts
    Spartan coordinated with the Girl Scouts of Greater Mississippi Council to treat the two camp properties in the state. We were able to treat Camp Wahi which expands across 98 acres in Brandon as well as Camp Iti Kana in Wiggins which covers 67 acres.  Our Spartan Mosquito Eradicators protect hundreds of Girl Scouts and volunteers, as well as the campers, counselors and volunteers at the annual Abbie Rogers Civitan Camp which is held at Camp Iti Kana.  The Civitan Camp is a place where adults and children with disabilities can experience the joy of summer camp.
  • West Africa Initiative
    At the beginning of 2020, Spartan Mosquito, a division of AC2T, was proud to announce a partnership alongside leaders of Togo with the intention of helping with education and mosquito eradication in a select region within their country. In Western Africa countries like Togo, the catastrophic disruption resulting from uncontrolled mosquito populations impacts a society in countless ways.
  • World Health Organization
    While there are many health organizations worldwide, the one that is best known is the World Health Organization. The World Health Organization (WHO) is an agency of the U.N. concerned with the health and well-being of the world. WHO strives daily to fight substance abuse, promote nutrition and healthy lifestyles, and raise awareness about health-related issues. For years, WHO has been fighting to reduce mosquito populations in over 150 countries around the world. Using their methods, Spartan Mosquito can work directly with your health organization to plan and achieve its preventive mosquito control goals.

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The Founding of The English School, Laos