Comedian's Daughter Bites Back on Malaria

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Countries around the world are holding events to raise money and awareness about the fatal disease Malaria.

Famous comedian Jeff Foxworthy's daughter Jordan did her part by helping start the "Bite Back Against Mosquitoes" campaign.

Jordan, 17, took a trip to Kenya with her father and saw what malaria can do first hand.

She came home and teamed up with Compassion International to start the Bite Back campaign.

Click play above for her comments to CBN News about the campaign.

They targeted teens -- asking them to donate $10 for the purchase of a mosquito net.

So far, Jordan has helped to raise more than $500.000.

She was even invited to the White House to be panelist on a "Compassion in Action" roundtable.

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