Tanzanian Official Urges Govt to Sustain Fight Against Malaria

According to the First Vice President Seifa Sharif Hamad, Zanzibar has been a success story in the fight against malaria. However, he has called on the government and other stakeholders to uphold their efforts.

Some of the 452 workers who sprayed households in Zanzibar in efforts to control malaria-causing mosquitoes on the island (file photo).

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