PMI Releases 11th Annual Report To Congress, Saying Malaria Efforts Represent Global Health ‘Best Buy’

President’s Malaria Initiative: Eleventh Annual Report to Congress
To mark World Malaria Day on April 25, the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative released its 11th Annual Report to Congress, which describes the U.S. government’s contributions to the global fight against malaria. According to the report’s executive summary, “Fighting malaria is a ‘best buy’ in global health, creating opportunity and fostering growth and security, especially among the poor. … The U.S. Government, through PMI, is a key partner in the global fight against malaria, working together with host country governments and the broader malaria partnership to maintain the momentum for malaria elimination and the achievement of the bold vision of a world without malaria” (April 2017).

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