WHO Needs More Money to Maintain Malaria Gains
Over the last 16 years the malaria mortality rate has been halved but more needs to be done, the UN's health body says.
VOA, 14 December 2016
In its latest annual report, the World Health Organization says strong progress has been made in the fight against malaria, particularly in offering effective control programs to… Read more »
Vaccines and new tests and treatments, are needed to eliminate of malaria.
VOA, 30 November 2016
Researchers say that giving anti-malarial drugs to older children can significantly reduce overall transmission of disease. Currently, most such programs are limited to the… Read more »
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 22 November 2016
Providing preventive drugs to children up to age 10 during the high malaria season in Senegal more than halved cases in that age group Read more »
The business mogul Aliko Dangote has called on organised private sector to join the movement towards ensuring that Nigeria attained its target of zero malaria by 2020. Read more »