'Zero Malaria Starts With Me' on #WorldMalariaDay

This World Malaria Day, the World Health Organisation and partner organisations are promoting a "Zero malaria starts with me" campaign that aims to keep the disease high on the political agenda, mobilise additional resources, and empower communities to take ownership of malaria prevention and care. World Malaria Day is celebrated annually on April 25th. 

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    allAfrica, 25 April 2019

    Namibia was not on the list of six African countries identified by the World Health Organization as having the potential to become malaria-free within the next two years. Read more »

In Timanguene, Mozambique, workers with a non-profit health research centre go door to door carrying out activities to prevent malaria and reduce transmission of this mosquito-borne disease. (file photo).

A Namibian mother brought her apprehensive child for malaria testing at a mobile clinic along the border with Angola - part of Namibia's campaign to reach zero malaria by 2020. He tested negative.

Tee shirt work by an anti-malaria worker along the Angola/Namibia border.

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  • Finding a New Way to Fight Malaria

    Publisher:
    allAfrica.com [allAfrica] (Washington, DC)
    Publication Date:
    8 April 2019

    allAfrica's Nontobeko Mlambo spoke with Gérard Niyondiko, an engineer and a social entrepreneur who studied chemistry. He is the co-founder of ... see more »

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