Once more, the world is being reminded of the case of the deadly malarial disease that is responsible for killing an African child every minute, as countries around the globe commemorate World Malaria Day tomorrow, April 25. The day is dedicated to highlighting the need for continued investment and commitment to control the disease. Follow the @PATHtweets event tonight with @macepa_tweets!
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