Angelina comes running up after school yelling â€˜Sister Johanna, Sister Johanna!â€. I smile and canâ€™t help laugh as she looks up at me in her faded school dress. She smiles the biggest smile youâ€™ve ever seen and grabs a stack of nets to carry on her head to help. Weâ€™re in the middle of a net distribution as part of Ghana Health Serviceâ€™s â€˜Roll Out Campaignâ€™. As we distribute and hang net in every household, one per married couple and one for every two children, Angelina runs back and forth from where we store the nets, making the process go a little quicker. Sheâ€™s one of my most favorite people in my village but her name can be deceiving. Asking for a coin to buy a water sachet because sheâ€™s thirsty, she comes back smacking on a piece of bubble gum. My counterpart George Atoanan and I try to scold her but end up laughing instead! Even though sheâ€™s devious, she our little helper for the day and puts a smile on our face. Iâ€™ve visited with her family since the campaign and see that the treated mosquito nets are still hung and I can rest assured sheâ€™s sleeping safe every night. Because sheâ€™s healthy and malaria-free, she can continue to smile her mischievous smile every day.