FT Health Recognizes World Malaria Day With Articles On Global Malaria, Interview With Head Of RBM Partnership

FT Health: Taking the fight to malaria
In recognition of World Malaria Day, which takes place annually on April 25, the latest issue of the Financial Times’ weekly global health newsletter examines progress toward ending global malaria, highlighting an FT Health special report on the epidemic, which includes an article on the challenges of attracting private sector capital to address the epidemic. The newsletter also features an interview with Abdourahmane Diallo, former health minister of Guinea and newly appointed chief executive of the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership, who discusses RBM priorities and the likelihood of ending the epidemic, as well as provides a round-up of global health-related news stories (Jack/Dodd, 4/26).

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