African Leaders Shift Up a Gear on Malaria
In the wake of a major malaria conference, African leaders are clarifying their strategies and putting plans into action to ensure that this curable disease is given the attention it deserves.
Testing for and preventing malaria.
Nyasa Times, 19 April 2018
President Peter Mutharika joined world leaders at the Malaria Summit 2018 in London in expressing game-changing commitment to halve malaria within the next five years. Read more »
Capital FM, 19 April 2018
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday night said the prevention of common diseases including malaria is at the top of Kenya's goal to achieve universal healthcare. Read more »
Malawi News Agency, 18 April 2018
Though Malawi has employed a number of interventions to reduce malaria, the country's President Arthur Peter Mutharika says there are gaps which need filling to ensure the country… Read more »
Botswana: Govt Cautions Public On Malaria Outbreak
Botswana Daily News, 19 April 2018
The Ministry of Health and Wellness informs the public about the ongoing malaria outbreak in the central and southern parts of Botswana. Read more »
High-level political commitments to beat malaria were made by heads of state and ministers from 19 Commonwealth countries at the Malaria Summit in London. Read more »