Malaria Funding From All Sources Must Be Doubled

New York Times: Fragile Gains Against Malaria
Editorial Board

“The global battle against malaria, a mosquito-borne infectious disease, continues to yield impressive gains, but it is encountering new obstacles that threaten future progress. It is imperative that funding from all sources be doubled to solidify the achievements and move toward the elimination of malaria from as many countries as possible…” (12/13).

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