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  • Tanzania: Dar Hosts Crucial Malaria Meeting

    Daily News

    AN important meeting on malaria will be held in Dar es Salaam next week as part of preparations for the development of the next iteration of the Global Malaria Action Plan. Read more »

August 27

August 26

  • Rwanda: 13 African Countries Meet to Discuss Malaria Threat On Peacekeepers

    New Times

    Malaria is one of the main diseases killing African soldiers deployed as peacekeepers across the African continent, Burundi's permanent secretary in the defence ministry, Emmanuel... Read more »

  • Gambia: Bansang Youth Group Wins Youth Malaria Song Contest

    The Point

    As part of commemorating World Malaria Day, the regional health team, in collaboration with Peace Corps, organised a daylong youth malaria song contest, a programme supported by... Read more »

August 24

August 22

  • Uganda: UK, U.S. Endorse Malaria Campaign


    In a show of support for Uganda's anti-malaria campaign, American Ambassador Scott DeLisi and British High Commissioner Alison Blackburne each handed President Yoweri Museveni a... Read more »

  • Namibia: Villagers Trained to Tackle Malaria

    New Era

    The Ministry of Health and Social Services in Kavango East recently trained 70 indoor residual sprayers to help combat the spread of malaria in Kavango East and Kavango West. Read more »

August 21

August 18

  • Eritrea: Molqi Sub-Zone - Encouraging Outcome Being Registered As Regards Combating Malaria


    Mr. Solomon Tesfai, head of the Health Ministry's branch in Molqi sub-zone, indicated that endeavors being made to control malaria are registering encouraging outcome. Read more »

  • Uganda: Reducing Malaria Deaths in Infants


    In the sector performance report released last year by the Ministry of Health, Malaria was ranked the number one killer disease claiming about 80,000 lives. It accounts for 20- 23%... Read more »

August 17

  • Rwanda: HIV, TB, Malaria Deaths Decline

    New Times

    The world's most infectious diseases-HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria-are losing ground as a result of growing efforts to mobilise resources to combat them. Read more »

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  • Ghana: Strange Mosquitoes Swarm Dansoman

    Ghanaian Chronicle

    Residents of Dansoman say they can no longer stand the strange invasion of light greenish coloured mosquitoes that have been swarming the area for over two weeks. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Doctor Counsel Nigerians On Malaria Test

    Daily Independent

    Dr Humphrey Aniebo of the FCT Public Health Department FCT has called on Nigerians to ensure that they go for malaria test before commencing any treatment. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Condition of Suspected Ebola Case Is Improving, Has Malaria

    News of Rwanda

    Following yesterday's report of a patient who was identified in Rwanda with Ebola like symptoms, the Ministry of Health would like to inform the public that the patient's condition... Read more »

  • Kenya: Kenyan Awarded for Malaria Vaccine Study

    The Star

    A Kenyan scientist has been awarded for her pioneering research that boosts the search for malaria vaccine. Dr Faith Osier, a research programme scientist at the Kenya Medical... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Treat Severe Malaria As Ebola, FCT PHCDB Tells Health Workers


    The executive secretary of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Primary Health Care Development Board (PHCDB), Dr Rilwan Mohammed, has adviced health workers in the six area council... Read more »

August 07

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