Blog Posts Recognize World Malaria Day

Humanosphere: Malaria vaccine disappoints, shifts strategy for eradication
In a guest post, science writer Robert Fortner discusses recently released data on an experimental malaria vaccine, as well as efforts to eradicate the disease (4/24).

MEASURE Evaluation: Invest in the Future: Strengthen Malaria Programs with Gender Data
“…On April 25, World Malaria Day, MEASURE Evaluation encourages all public health workers and decision makers to consider the impact of gender on treating one of the world’s worst killers and to make the commitment to increase and improve gender-related data collection to assist in strategy and planning for effective malaria prevention and response…” (4/24).

U.S. Global Leadership Coalition: Together we can invest in the future and #DefeatMalaria
Nick Moenck, communications associate at the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, highlights the malaria eradication efforts of USAID, the President’s Malaria Initiative, and USGLC members including ExxonMobil, RTI International, PSI, and the U.N. Foundation (4/24).

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