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July 19

  • Nigeria: Why Malaria in Neonates Worrisome

    Independent

    It is no news that malaria in sub-Saharan Africa kills more children and pregnant women than any other category of people. Malariologists have argued the reason to be due to the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Malaria - Disarming a Killer At Large

    Vanguard

    For several centuries, Africa was tagged the "white man's graveyard," no thanks to malaria. Today, Africa is still engaged in combat with the Anopheles mosquito. Read more »



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July 14

  • Rwanda: Drop in Malnutrition, Child Mortality and Malaria Cases

    New Times

    The week was one of hopes and more hopes for the health sector. From malaria to maternal and infant mortality findings releases have been promising. Read more »

  • Kenya: New Tablet Cuts Malaria Pill Burden

    ERTA

    A new formulation of the popular anti-malarial drug Coartem has been launched in Kenya. Read more »

  • Kenya: New Tablet Cuts Malaria Pill Burden By 75 Per Cent

    The Star

    A new formulation of the popular anti-malarial drug Coartem has been launched in Kenya. Read more »



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July 04

  • Kenya: New Anti Malaria Drug Launched

    The Star

    A new anti malarial drug has been launched to encourage more Kenyans complete their full course of treatment .The drug has been specially designed to reduce the number of tablets... Read more »



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June 25

  • Uganda: Casting Mosquito Net Over Uganda

    Observer

    The midday sun was at its peak as our vehicle snaked the dusty road ushering us into Akweyo village, Ngetta sub-county in Lira district. We occasionally bypassed many a village... Read more »



June 23

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