Blog Examines Findings Of WHO World Malaria Report

Humanosphere: WHO: Malaria control has improved for world’s most vulnerable
Humanosphere journalist Lisa Nikolau discusses findings from WHO’s recently released 2016 World Malaria Report, noting that “the populations most vulnerable to malaria — pregnant women and children in sub-Saharan Africa — have seen markedly greater access to effective malaria control in recent years. … Still, the authors [of the report] warn not to let current progress mask the ongoing need for funding and comprehensive efforts to eradicate the deadly disease” (12/13).

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